Buda’s Wagon (1920)
“You have shown no pity to us! We will do likewise. We will dynamite you! — Anarchist warning (1919)
On a warm September day in 1920, a few months after the arrest of his comrades Sacco and Vanzetti, a vengeful Italian anarchist named Mario Buda parked his horse-drawn wagon near the corner of Wall and Broad Streets, directly across from J. P. Morgan Company. He nonchalantly climbed down and disappeared, unnoticed, into the lunchtime crowd. A few blocks away, a startled postal worker found strange leaflets warning: “Free the Political Prisoners or it will be Sure Death for All of You!” They were signed: “American Anarchist Fighters.” The bells of nearby Trinity Church began to toll at noon. When they stopped, the wagon — packed with dynamite and iron slugs — exploded in a fireball of shrapnel. Continue reading
Import Movies or TVShows IDs from CSV file format into Trakt.tv.
Export Movies or TVShows IDs from Trakt.tv list into CSV file format.
Create trakt.tv custom list from TDMB discover with filter.
https://github.com/xbgmsharp/trakt Continue reading
A common question among newer Object-Oriented Programmers is “Why should I use and prefer to use getter and setter methods for my objects variables when I can simply set them as public?” For example, let’s consider the trivial object below: Continue reading
In this tutorial I will show you how to turn your RaspberryPi 3 into a local App-Development Server. You will need no more than a RPi3 , a microSD card (32GB) and some basic knowledge.
After this tutorial you should be all set to start developing your own Apps using a git environment and a Parse server to host all of your cloud content. Continue reading
I have emacs 25rc1 on bash on windows running in daily production with mild performance sacrifice. I used to have two issue:
- X11 windows won’t resize(both emacs and emacs-snapshot).
- Paste on X11 windows hangs.
Here are the workaround:
- download the latest emacs25rc1.tar.gz
- comment out following lines in src/xselect.c. This Solves pasting issues ( https://m.reddit.com/r/bashonubuntuonwindows/comments/4tpn5r/running_emacs_master_branch_in_recent_wsl_and/ )
@@ -1194,18 +1194,18 @@ x_get_foreign_selection (Lisp_Object selection_symbol, Lisp_Object target_type,
timeout = max (0, x_selection_timeout); secs = timeout / 1000; nsecs = (timeout % 1000) * 1000000; TRACE1 (” Start waiting %”pI”d secs for SelectionNotify”, secs);
wait_reading_process_output (secs, nsecs, 0, false, reading_selection_reply, NULL, 0); TRACE1 (” Got event = %d”, !NILP (XCAR (reading_selection_reply)));
if (NILP (XCAR (reading_selection_reply))) error (“Timed out waiting for reply from selection owner”); if (EQ (XCAR (reading_selection_reply), Qlambda)) return Qnil;
- get dependents
sudo apt-get build-dep emacs24
make -j 4 ( 4 is the number of cores)
- compile will hang, some thing about gap between XX and YY. Don’t worry.
su echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space
- Then compile again
- Don’t forget to change settings back
echo 2 > /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space
[–]HRoarke 5 points 3 months ago
This is a good guide, but there are a couple of things I had to tweak.
The section with the code got kind of garbled by reddit-formatting. I found another post that had more readable formatting that shows exactly which lines to comment out.
Second, for whatever reason, my sources.list had no repository for actual sources, but that’s needed for build-dep. I added the following to /etc/apt/sources.list
deb-src http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial-updates main restricted universe multiverse
After adding that,
sudo apt-get update is required.
Finally, the lines to change randomize_va_space didn’t work for me as written. They gave ‘Permission denied’ errors, because the su only affects echo whilst the redirect is done by the parent process (the shell). Instead, use
echo 0 | su tee /proc/sys/kernel/randomize_va_space
Then everything worked a treat.
Ubuntu Raspberry PI OS
Snappy Ubuntu Core or Ubuntu 16.04 LTS ‘classic’
Snappy Ubuntu Core is a new rendition of Ubuntu with transactional updates – a minimal server image with the same libraries as today’s Ubuntu, but applications are provided through a simpler mechanism. images are available for the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3.
-https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RaspberryPi Continue reading