Mr. However rolfen
For example, let's start a project based on the
inferno-starter skeleton which is hosted on github. Consider that we want to host it somewhere else, such as on bitbucket.
Normally the easiest way to get started is to fork the skeleton on github, then clone the fork to your local machine and start working.
One of the advantages is that we are not forking, therefore we are not limited to host the resulting repository on github. We can host it anywhere else or just keep it on our local machine.
git clone https://github.com/rolfen/inferno-starter.git cd inferno-starter git remote rename origin inferno-starter
path = "/var/lib/rspamd/dkim/$domain.$selector.key";
Exporting multiple blobs from an SQL database.
This is tested for MySQL with Linux or OSX
I was in a situation where I had images saved into an SQL table, as "blobs" and needed to export them into proper jpg files.
This relies on the SQL syntax
SELECT INTO DUMPFILE. However this command can only export one row at a time.
1. Get the IDs of the rows we want to export
I am concerned with:
- Network administrator(s), ISP snopping on communications, knowing which sites I have visited
- Cloud service providers such as Facebook, google knowing where I am through my IP
You need a Linux VPS or computer as remote. I have a Debian VPS.
Method 1: SSH tunnel
The remote should be running SSHd.
|Sometimes drop-down or contextual menus appear at the wrong position on the screen.|
|Upon moving the parent window, it appears that the menu position is not updated. They still appear at the same position.|
|To reproduce with affected applications, open app, open drop-down menu, move app window, open same drowpdown menu - observe that the menu has not moved with the window and is subsequently now appearing at a wrong position.|
|If the window is resized, the menus get re-aligned.|
|(running in DRM mode)|
|There is such a bug in sway too. But over there it seems to affect everything (pcmanfm, lxterminal, subl, chromium...)|
GPS coordinates of major cities in the world
... to place markers on a map.
This code runs in the browser debugging console.
I parse this page to extract geographical coordibates for major cities:
Just open this page in your browser, launch your debugging console and get ready to copy-paste.
|* Grew out of my frustration for CSS. I wanted container child elements to flow but also wanted to absolutely position them in one dimention.|
|* Set class `.js-flow` on the container - children must also have `position:absolute`|
|* The children will appear flowed, as if they were inline blocks.|
|* However this is done by setting `left` inside the `style` attribute so it pretty much kills CSS flow and responsiveness.|
|* Also this is basic, one dimentional (X); do not expect your elements to wrap or do anything fancy.|
|var flowItem, flowContainer, flowDocument;|