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<?php
/*
Make Sure you include:
ctools_include('modal');
ctools_modal_add_js();
On the pages you put your link.
*/
View phpcs.xml.dist
Reworked the script to use XML instead. This works a lot better. I do have to edit the XML file to remove some invalid characters such as EOL characters which end up in the XML file.
If you install PHP CodeSniffer and the ruleset using the instructions from #10, you can then generate the coding standards report with:
$ ./modules/coder/vendor/bin/phpcs --standard=phpcs.xml --extensions=css,inc,info,install,js,module,php,profile,test,theme --ignore=core/vendor,core/assets/vendor --report=xml core/ > report.xml
You'll need to edit the XML to remove a couple of illegal characters, then finally generate the phpcs.xml file:
$ ./phpcs-generate.php report.xml > phpcs.xml
View XPS-15 9560 Getting Nvidia To Work on KDE Neon
# Instructions for 4.14 and cuda 9.1
# If upgrading from 4.13 and cuda 9.0
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove libcud*
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove cuda*
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove nvidia*
# also remove the container directory direcotory at /usr/local/cuda-9.0/
# Important libs required with 4.14.x with Cuda 9.X
$ sudo apt install libelf1 libelf-dev
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# perform a fresh install of Ubuntu 17.10
# upgrade the kernel to v4.13.10
mkdir ~/kernel-v4.13.10
cd ~/kernel-v4.13.10
wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v4.13.10/linux-headers-4.13.10-041310_4.13.10-041310.201710270531_all.deb
wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v4.13.10/linux-headers-4.13.10-041310-generic_4.13.10-041310.201710270531_amd64.deb
wget http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v4.13.10/linux-image-4.13.10-041310-generic_4.13.10-041310.201710270531_amd64.deb
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
View XPS-15 9560 Getting Nvidia To Work on KDE Neon
# Instructions for 4.13 and cuda 9.0 RC
# If upgrading from 4.11 and cuda 8.0
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove libcud*
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove cuda*
$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove nvidia*
# also remove the container directory direcotory at /usr/local/cuda-8.0/
# Install Intel Graphics Patch Firmwares (This should reboot your system):
bash -c "$(curl -fsSL http://bit.ly/IGFWL-install)"
View JwtRouteSubscriber.php
<?php
namespace Drupal\my_module\Routing;
use Drupal\Core\Routing\RouteSubscriberBase;
use Symfony\Component\Routing\RouteCollection;
/**
* Listens to the dynamic route events.
*/
View fix-drupal8-permissions.sh
#!/bin/bash
path=${1%/}
user=${2}
group=${2}
help="\nHelp: This script is used to fix permissions of a Drupal 8 installation in which the PHP Handler is FastCGI\nYou need to provide the following arguments:\n\t 1) Path to your drupal installation\n\t 2) Username of the user that you want to give files/directories ownership\n\nNote: This script assumes that the group is the same as the username if your PHP is compiled to run as FastCGI. If this is different you need to modify it manually by editing this script or checking out forks on GitHub.\nUsage: bash ${0##*/} drupal_path user_name\n"
echo "Refer to https://www.Drupal.org/node/244924"
View drush_sql-drop.sh
drush sql-drop --default-file
View win_linux_dual_boot_xps_15_9560.md

Installing Ubuntu GNOME 17.04 on XPS 15 9560

This document is to serve as a set of notes for myself and can be used as a guide for others looking to set up Ubuntu on their XPS 15. For me this was a dual-boot setup with Windows 10. On Linux I don't have a need for the discrete graphics card, so the main focus is to maximize battery life for development.

I had initially tried to dual boot with Fedora 25, but ran into a lot of issues trying to disable the discrete graphics card, resulting in poor battery life. Instead of starting over with Fedora again, I decided to try with Ubuntu, since there seemed to be a few more resources available.

My XPS Configuration is: i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 4K Screen.

Setup

View fix-drupal-permissions.sh
#!/bin/bash
path=${1%/}
user=${2}
group="www-data"
help="nHelp: This script is used to fix permissions of a drupal installationnyou need to provide the following arguments:nt 1) Path to your drupal installationnt 2) Username of the user that you want to give files/directories ownershipnNote: "www-data" (apache default) is assumed as the group the server is belonging to, if this is different you need to modify it manually by editing this scriptnnUsage: (sudo) bash ${0##*/} drupal_path user_namen"
if [ -z "${path}" ] || [ ! -d "${path}/sites" ] || [ ! -f "${path}/modules/system/system.module" ]; then
echo "Please provide a valid drupal path"
echo -e $help