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seffyroff / BuildProject.xml
Created May 2, 2024 18:37 — forked from regner/BuildProject.xml
A sample BuildGraph script for building, cooking, and packaging an Unreal project.
<?xml version='1.0' ?>
Why is this one giant script instead of a bunch of smaller scripts?
Mostly this comes down to BuildGraph and personal preference. As the language BuildGraph isn't
really much of a programming language there is no easy way to use an IDE and jump between
includes, find usages of variables, and just generally quickly search things. It was found to
be easier to have a single large file that a developer can quickly jump up and down in when
trying to understand what the BuildGraph script is doing.
seffyroff / elite-focus.ahk
Created August 5, 2022 18:27 — forked from tKe/elite-focus.ahk
AutoHotkey Focus Elite: Dangerous on Joystick Movement
#NoEnv ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases.
;#Warn ; Enable warnings to assist with detecting common errors.
SendMode Input ; Recommended for new scripts due to its superior speed and reliability.
SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir% ; Ensures a consistent starting directory.
#SingleInstance force
SetFormat, float, 03 ;remove decimals from joystick values
;This script will activate your game window whenever
;any joystick axis changes. Handy for when you're
;Alt-Tabbed out of the game on your second monitor.

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am seffyroff on github.
  • I am seffyroff ( on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASBbmH10gdfd6cNz7mxv1FHFXd8mGoh1CRNGaK_RXbdIvwo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

$InformationPreference = "Continue"
$ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"
try {
$vmPartitionAdapter = Get-VMGpuPartitionAdapter -VMName $vmName
if ($vmPartitionAdapter) {
Write-Information "Removing Partition Adapter. Checkpoints work."
Ubuntu 18.04, DBUS Fix Instructions with Troubleshooting
After asking if there were updated instructions, and promising to write it up if I could figure it out...
From a truly clean 18.04.1 install it should be this:
sudo apt install dbus-x11
sudo systemd-machine-id-setup
seffyroff / Run Visual Studio Code for Linux from
Created November 15, 2018 19:34 — forked from fedme/Run Visual Studio Code for Linux from
Run Visual Studio Code for Linux from WSL on Windows 10

Run Visual Studio Code for Linux from WSL

Thanks a lot to mredbishop and others for their insturctions posted here. This is just a recap of what they figured out.

This process was tested on WSL Ubuntu 18.04.

Install VcXsrv on Windows

  1. Dowload the VcXsrv installer from
  2. Install the software on Windows

Add VS Code repositories

seffyroff@maasvm:~$ sudo ./lxd-p2c rombus.lan maas / --rsync-args="-vvv --exclude=/var/cache"
Generating a temporary client certificate. This may take a minute...
Certificate fingerprint: b8b5087b293d2e4891fddb416e390b31c5ae3b16c22de192779e5751520bb2b6
ok (y/n)? y
Admin password for https://rombus.lan:8443:
opening connection using: sh -c "/home/seffyroff/lxd-p2c netcat @lxd-p2c/bfba53aa-d314-4d52-87d2-6f21e3e5a3fb" localhost rsync --server -vvvlogDtpXrSze.iLsfxC --compress-level=2 --delete --partial --numeric-ids . /tmp/foo (13 args)
sending incremental file list
[sender] make_file(rootfs,*,0)
send_file_list done
[sender] pushing local filters for /tmp/lxd-p2c_mount_728675622/rootfs/
seffyroff /
Created October 24, 2018 22:45 — forked from niedbalski/
#!/usr/bin/env python
This script will update all the juju units using
the hostname defined on the provided dns server
{0} ip-of-maas-dns-server
seffyroff / profile.lxd-super-privileged.yaml
Created October 22, 2018 17:07
LXD Security Privileges
boot.autostart: "true"
linux.kernel_modules: openvswitch,nbd,ip_tables,ip6_tables,kvm
raw.apparmor: mount,
raw.lxc: |-
lxc.cgroup.devices.allow = c 10:237 rwm
lxc.cgroup.devices.allow = b 7:* rwm
lxc.cgroup.devices.allow = b 259:* rwm
lxc.cgroup.devices.allow = b 230:* rw
security.nesting: "true"
set -eu
_UID=$(id -u)
GID=$(id -g)
# give lxd permission to map your user/group id through
grep root:$_UID:1 /etc/subuid -qs || sudo usermod --add-subuids ${_UID}-${_UID} --add-subgids ${GID}-${GID} root
# set up a separate key to make sure we can log in automatically via ssh
# with $HOME mounted