After installing postgresql
Edit the pg_hba.conf
under the line
# TYPE DATABASE USER ADDRESS METHOD
comment out all the lines using #
and then add
host all all 127.0.0.1/32 trust
host all all 192.168.0.0/24 trust
and that seems to work. I can log in to the server over my local network using DataGrip.
Go here: https://unop.uk/dev/how-to-watch-bbc-news-videos-on-a-desktop-without-flash/
and here: http://www.howtogeek.com/113439/how-to-change-your-browsers-user-agent-without-installing-any-extensions/
basically create a new item in about:config called general.useragent.override and paste
Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 4.4.4; en-us; Nexus 5 Build/JOP40D) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/42.0.2307.2 Mobile Safari/537.36
sudo dnf install spacenavd
Once it’s installed run
sudo spacenavd -v -d
Run Blender and everything should be working as expected.
Top marks, Linux beats windows once again.
I had some trouble once I’d installed steam. It would fail to find the swrast driver. After some searching I found that the following command pulled through the required libraries:
sudo dnf install xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i686
This didn’t work quite so well on Fedora 23 so try this…
sudo dnf install nvidia-driver-libs
or use yumex-dnf to install nvidia-driver-libs.
After installing akmod-nividia package, you might run into a situation where you install a shiny new kernel but the akmod-nvidia package builds, but doesn’t install the drivers for the Kernel. To get it to install your built drivers do this:
cd /var/cache/akmods/nvidia; ls
sudo rpm -ivh kmod-nvidia-###########.rpm
sudo shutdown -r now
Where ############ is the latest number that corresponds to your new kernel number and the driver version.
You might want to check out the fail log to see why it failed. When this happened to me akmod had tried to install, but rpm was locked.
Emails from eBay members asking questions come through as firstname.lastname@example.org which can make them hard to count as a group
The following R script re-codes them so they can be counted.
inbox$EADD <- ifelse(grepl("members.ebay.co.uk",inbox$From...Address.),
f <- ddply(inbox,c("EADD"),summarize,N=length(EADD))
Once you’ve identified the biggest culprits, make a rule to move or delete them from your email.
This arrangement allows you to Empty on the right and send it to a box on the left.
Please note: On the collection point (right hand side) there is a Not Gate using a redstone torch.
using namespace std;
string binary( unsigned long n, int needlength );
unsigned long n=33;
unsigned long p=76;
int binarymax = 20;
int np = n & p;
int x = n ^ p;
int s = n | p;
int bitshift = n << 1;
cout<<"n= "<<n<<" sizeof: "<<sizeof(n)*8+1<<endl;
cout<<"p= "<<p<<" sizeof: "<<sizeof(p)*8+1<<endl;
cout<<" N = "<<binary(n,binarymax) <<" " << n <<endl;
cout<<" P = "<<binary(p,binarymax) <<" " << p <<endl<<endl;
cout<<" N & P = "<<binary(np,binarymax) <<" " << np <<endl;
cout<<" N or P = "<<binary(s,binarymax) <<" " << s <<endl;
cout<<"n xor p = "<<binary(x,binarymax) <<" " << x <<endl;
for (int i=0;i<10;i++)
cout<<"n xor p = "<<binary((n << i),binarymax) <<" " << (n << i) <<endl;
for (int i=0;i<10;i++)
n ^= i;
cout<<" n ^= "<<binary((n ),binarymax) <<" " << (n ) <<endl;
string binary( unsigned long g ,int needlength )
string str ="";
char resultArray[ (sizeof( g ) * 8) + 1 ]; //define an array that is big enough to hold the conversion. Assume this is because there are 8 bits in abyte and we get byte count for the variable type as a sizeof
unsigned index = sizeof( g ) * 8;
resultArray[ index ] = '\0'; //assign the end value to the string
resultArray[ --index ] = '0' + (g & 1); //count backwards and put the char value and 1 & the zero char value into the array
while(g >>= 1); //right bitwise operator
str=string(resultArray + index );
return strBin; //is this format something to do with returning a string??