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git remote add -f fog ../fuzzy-octo-guide/
git merge fog/master --allow-unrelated-histories
git status
git commit -i -s editing.html
git push origin master
git remote add -f uat ../urban-octo-telegram/
git checkout foobar
git merge uat/master --allow-unrelated-histories
git add

How to do things with a 2018 Honda CR-V headunit.

This is written out of my frustration with a lot of wrong info on YouTube and the like.


  • MY16ADA

Rooted using root-honda.

Android Version:

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Step 3/17 : FROM circleci/node:latest-browsers as builder
---> 8d954a308d69
Step 4/17 : LABEL maintainer=""
---> Running in cea4a647c35e
Removing intermediate container cea4a647c35e
---> e1c95a396d87
Step 5/17 : WORKDIR /usr/src/app/
Removing intermediate container 636974c30303
---> 2f3317215364
Step 6/17 : USER root
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ry@mba cello % git rebase -i HEAD~2
[detached HEAD 0fd4eca] Update
Author: Craig <>
Date: Tue Mar 10 13:38:23 2020 -0700
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
[detached HEAD 7670b19] Update
Author: Craig <>
Date: Tue Mar 10 13:39:54 2020 -0700
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
Successfully rebased and updated refs/heads/master.
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ryjones / sh.txt
Created Nov 12, 2019
Enabling DCO check
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git clone
cd fabric-rfcs/
hub fork ryjones
git commit -a -m "DCO" --allow-empty
git push ryjones master
hub pull-request
hub delete ryjones/fabric-rfcs
ryjones / README.txt
Last active Sep 11, 2019
Facts about the 2019 Hyperledger TSC election
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This is a selection of information about the 2019 Hyperledger TSC election.
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Using certbot for your HP enterprise printer

I followed the instructions here:

The fantastic Let’s Encrypt service lets you issue SSL/TLS certificates to devices without charge. It’s not everything you may want at the enterprise level, but for the professional in their home environment, it’s great. I wanted to replace the self-signed certificate on an HP printer I had, but it wasn’t an easy process. I’ve documented it here so it can be useful to others too. First, use certbot to generate your certificate. Run the command as follows:

certbot -d --manual --preferred-challenges dns certonly

This will instruct you to add a TXT record to the DNS record for the host for authentication, after which you’ll receive your certificate. To convert this in to a PKCS#12 file, suitable for loading on to the printer, use the following command:

openssl pkcs12 -export -out certificate.pfx -inkey config/live/ -in config/live/


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