Frustrated with an unplayable DAT file from your Canon Vixia HFG50 or another Canon camera? You're not alone. This guide is here to shed some light on the issue and guide you through the recovery process.
# ---> Node.js and NPM packages|
# ---> TypeScript Compiler Output|
# ---> IDE - Visual Studio Code|
Hey folks, welcome back to another exciting guide! Today, we're diving into the world of Git and GitHub. Specifically, we're going to walk you through creating a local repository and pushing it up to GitHub. Yep, we're getting our hands dirty with some good old command-line action!
# Check current versions|
# Update NPM|
npm install -g npm@latest|
# Install NVM (Node Version Manager)|
curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.39.1/install.sh | zsh|
this gist contains a script for validating google takeout archives. it verifies the integrity of the archive by identifying missing files and verifying their sizes.
this script is built to help you ensure that your google takeout archive is complete and that each file meets the expected size parameters. the script identifies the first and last files in the archive and checks for missing files between these. additionally, it verifies that each file in the archive is not smaller than the specified size.
Alright, folks, let's dive into the eternal quest for the best Unix package manager. In this journey, we'll take a look at eight top-notch contenders, examining their strengths and weaknesses. And yes, we're going to crown a winner, all backed by solid reasoning and evidence. Our mission? To empower Unix users like you to make an educated choice that suits your needs.
# Define a list of package managers to check|
package_managers=("apt" "yum" "dnf" "brew" "zypper" "pacman" "emerge" "nix" "snap" "flatpak")|
echo "Initiating package manager detection..."|
# Start checking phase|
echo "\e[32m==> Starting Detection Phase\e[0m"|
In managing a robust Plex server, overseeing a large and complex directory structure is a given. Ensuring that your automated organization tools and scripts operate seamlessly is vital. This script is crafted to be your handy tool in this process, helping you identify directories that share the name with their parent or grandparent directories quickly and efficiently. Below is a user-friendly guide and the script to facilitate this.
Greetings, network enthusiasts! Today, we are set to embark on an essential task: enhancing the security of your network by blocking traffic between VLANs on Unifi routers such as UDM, UDM-SE, and the Dream Router. Join us as we delve into the nuances of RFC1918 IP ranges and configure firewall rules to safeguard your network effectively.