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View Arch Linux mkinitcpio: Possibly missing firmware for module.md

Problem

In Arch Linux mkinitcpio -p linux

shows

Possibly missing firmware for module: aic94xx
 Possibly missing firmware for module: wd719x
@sealocal
sealocal / yarn.config
Last active Aug 5, 2019
Install Yarn and NodeJS on AWS Elastic Beanstalk EC2 Instance with Amazon Linux Ruby Platform, prior to precompiling assets for a Rails app
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files:
# If this file is edited, it must be removed from EC2 instance prior to deploy.
"/opt/elasticbeanstalk/hooks/appdeploy/pre/09_yarn_install.sh" :
mode: "000775"
owner: root
group: users
content: |
#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -xe
@roadrunner2
roadrunner2 / 0 Linux-On-MBP-Late-2016.md
Last active Mar 23, 2020
Linux on MacBook Pro Late 2016 and Mid 2017 (with Touchbar)
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Introduction

This is about documenting getting Linux running on the late 2016 and mid 2017 MPB's; the focus is mostly on the MacBookPro13,3 and MacBookPro14,3 (15inch models), but I try to make it relevant and provide information for MacBookPro13,1, MacBookPro13,2, MacBookPro14,1, and MacBookPro14,2 (13inch models) too. I'm currently using Fedora 27, but most the things should be valid for other recent distros even if the details differ. The kernel version is 4.14.x (after latest update).

The state of linux on the MBP (with particular focus on MacBookPro13,2) is also being tracked on https://github.com/Dunedan/mbp-2016-linux . And for Ubuntu users there are a couple tutorials (here and here) focused on that distro and the MacBook.

Note: For those who have followed these instructions ealier, and in particular for those who have had problems with the custom DSDT, modifying the DSDT is not necessary anymore - se

@delameko
delameko / upgrade-postgres-9.5-to-9.6.md
Last active Mar 27, 2020 — forked from johanndt/upgrade-postgres-9.3-to-9.5.md
Upgrading PostgreSQL from 9.5 to 9.6 on Ubuntu 16.04
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TL;DR

Install Postgres 9.6, and then:

sudo pg_dropcluster 9.6 main --stop
sudo pg_upgradecluster 9.5 main
sudo pg_dropcluster 9.5 main
@jgillman
jgillman / restore.sh
Last active Mar 24, 2020
pg_restore a local db dump into Docker
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# Assumes the database container is named 'db'
DOCKER_DB_NAME="$(docker-compose ps -q db)"
DB_HOSTNAME=db
DB_USER=postgres
LOCAL_DUMP_PATH="path/to/local.dump"
docker-compose up -d db
docker exec -i "${DOCKER_DB_NAME}" pg_restore -C --clean --no-acl --no-owner -U "${DB_USER}" -d "${DB_HOSTNAME}" < "${LOCAL_DUMP_PATH}"
docker-compose stop db
View homebrew-install-gnu.sh
# see https://www.topbug.net/blog/2013/04/14/install-and-use-gnu-command-line-tools-in-mac-os-x/
# core
brew install coreutils
# key commands
brew install binutils
brew install diffutils
brew install ed --default-names
brew install findutils --with-default-names
@biglovisa
biglovisa / oauth-example.md
Last active Nov 30, 2017
OAuth Example using the omniauth-github gem
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View How to install tmux on centos 7
Tmux is a "terminal multiplexer", it enables a number of terminals to be accessed and controlled from a single terminal.
If you use Debian/Ubuntu, you can just run apt-get install tmux, and voila.
Since the title was about centos 7, then do the following step to install tmux.
(1). tmux has a library dependency on libevent which, of course, isn’t installed by default.
$ wget https://github.com/downloads/libevent/libevent/libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
$ tar xzvf libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
$ cd libevent-2.0.21-stable
$ ./configure && make
@yoavniran
yoavniran / ultimate-ut-cheat-sheet.md
Last active Mar 24, 2020
The Ultimate Unit Testing Cheat-sheet For Mocha, Chai and Sinon
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The Ultimate Unit Testing Cheat-sheet

For Mocha, Chai and Sinon

using mocha/chai/sinon for node.js unit-tests? check out my utility: mocha-stirrer to easily reuse test components and mock require dependencies


@gfreezy
gfreezy / .slate.js
Last active Apr 6, 2018
slate configuration
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var pushRight = slate.operation("push", {
"direction": "right",
"style": "bar-resize:screenSizeX/2"
});
var pushLeft = slate.operation("push", {
"direction": "left",
"style": "bar-resize:screenSizeX/2"
});
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