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bodil / fix-my-stupid-folio.service
Created Nov 24, 2016
Hacks for Linux kernel glitches on the HP Elitebook Folio G1
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[Unit]
Description=HP Elitebook Folio G1 fixes
[Service]
ExecStart=/sbin/fix-my-stupid-folio
[Install]
WantedBy=basic.target
@adeekshith
adeekshith / .git-commit-template.txt
Last active Nov 15, 2019 — forked from Linell/.git-commit-template.txt
This commit message template helps you write great commit messages and enforce it across teams.
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# <type>: (If applied, this commit will...) <subject> (Max 50 char)
# |<---- Using a Maximum Of 50 Characters ---->|
# Explain why this change is being made
# |<---- Try To Limit Each Line to a Maximum Of 72 Characters ---->|
# Provide links or keys to any relevant tickets, articles or other resources
# Example: Github issue #23
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Equidistant Satellites from Launch

This is a quick walkthrough about how you might calculate equidistant launches for a kOS-driven satellite network.

Note: It's unlikely that this will work perfectly. Tiny variations in how KSP handles air resistance, computing physics, etc, means that you'll still want to perform some minor corrections once these things get to orbit. This is the epitome of "sensitivity to initial conditions"

Starting Assumptions

Let's assume that we want to get four satellites equally spaced from launch. For convenience, we'll also assume that the orbital period is 360 seconds (you can get the real orbital period you're looking for using SHIP:OBT:PERIOD on the first craft you launch. This just makes the calculations simpler). Since we want them evenly spaced out, Satellite 2 should be 90° behind Satellite 1 in its orbit, with the same orbital period.

@cabal95
cabal95 / vm-backup.sh
Created Jul 25, 2015
I use this script to backup my QEMU/KVM/libVirt virtual machines. The script requires KVM 2.1+ since it uses the live blockcommit mode. This means the data in the snapshot disk is rolled back into the original instead of the other way around. Script does NOT handle spaces in paths.
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#!/bin/bash
#
BACKUPDEST="$1"
DOMAIN="$2"
MAXBACKUPS="$3"
if [ -z "$BACKUPDEST" -o -z "$DOMAIN" ]; then
echo "Usage: ./vm-backup <backup-folder> <domain> [max-backups]"
exit 1
@ccbrown
ccbrown / DumpHex.c
Last active Oct 28, 2019
Compact C Hex Dump Function w/ASCII
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#include <stdio.h>
void DumpHex(const void* data, size_t size) {
char ascii[17];
size_t i, j;
ascii[16] = '\0';
for (i = 0; i < size; ++i) {
printf("%02X ", ((unsigned char*)data)[i]);
if (((unsigned char*)data)[i] >= ' ' && ((unsigned char*)data)[i] <= '~') {
ascii[i % 16] = ((unsigned char*)data)[i];
@mdirienzo
mdirienzo / README.md
Last active May 19, 2018
Progress Bars - An animated progress bar widget for Dashing.
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Progress Bar Widget

Description

A widget made for Dashing. This widget shows multiple animated progress bars and reacts dynamically to new information being passed in. Anything with a current state and with a projected max/goal state can easily be represented with this widget. Some sample ideas would be to show progress, completion, capacity, load, fundraising, and much more.

Features

  • Animating progress bars - Both the number and bar will grow or shrink based on new data that is being passed to it.
  • Responsive Design - Allows the widget to be resized to any height or width and still fit appropriately. The progress bars will split up all available space amongst each other, squeezing in when additional progress bars fill the widget.
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