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from random import shuffle
from os.path import isfile, join
from os import listdir
import os
import tweepy
import time
auth = tweepy.OAuthHandler('xxx', 'xxx')
auth.set_access_token('xxx', 'xxx')
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hrehman200 / mount_4tb.sh
Created Feb 26, 2018
Steps to mount large size (>2 TB) GPT formatted external hard drive on Linux
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# Following command should list the 4 TB external hard drive. At the bottom you will see external hdd info and after that /dev/sdc or something like that:
sfdisk -l
# We need to create one partition of 4 TB so that it can be mounted. For this we need parted command with our external hdd parameter:
parted /dev/sdc
# you will enter into parted app. Enter mklabel to rewrite partition table of external drive i.e. /dev/sdc
(parted) mklabel gpt
# set unit to TB
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hrehman200 / gist:887f3f9938f386b33bae63d53e282e87
Last active Nov 10, 2016
Flattens an arbitrary nested arrays of integers
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/**
* Flattens an arbitrary nested arrays of integers
* e.g. [[1,2,[3]],4] -> [1,2,3,4]
*
* @param arr The input array
* @param responseArr The output array we will be filling via recursion
* @returns {Array} The flattened array
*/
function flattenArray(arr, responseArr) {
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