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@m-shibata
m-shibata / cpuinfo.log
Last active Nov 2, 2019
GPD MicroPC with Ubuntu 19.04 and Kernel 5.2.0rc6
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processor : 0
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
cpu family : 6
model : 122
model name : Intel(R) Celeron(R) N4100 CPU @ 1.10GHz
stepping : 1
microcode : 0x2e
cpu MHz : 2284.228
cache size : 4096 KB
physical id : 0
@bonkydog
bonkydog / apocalypse-names.txt
Last active May 21, 2018
Apocalypse World Names
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Lord Meg
Dodger
Dodgem
Husk
Husker
Dusk
Drain
Clamp
Beetle
Bell
@kylemcdonald
kylemcdonald / Triplet Loss.ipynb
Last active Jun 13, 2019
Experimenting with triplet loss embeddings.
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@mohakshah
mohakshah / Instructions.md
Last active Nov 11, 2019
Builing ZFS on Raspberry Pi 3 running Rasbpian
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Introduction

This is a tutorial for building and installing the latest release version (0.7.3 as of writing) of "ZFS on Linux" on a Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian Stretch. Specifically, we'll be building the dkms version of ZoL, which saves you the hassle of re-compiling the kernel modules after every kernel update. Even though ZoL added support for building dkms packages for debian in version 0.7.3, the build process on a Raspberry Pi 3 is not quite straight-forward. Hopefully, these instructions will make it easier.

Steps

  1. Install the build dependencies.
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install build-essential autoconf libtool gawk alien fakeroot
$ sudo apt-get install dkms zlib1g-dev uuid-dev libattr1-dev libblkid-dev libselinux-dev libudev-dev libssl-dev parted lsscsi wget ksh
@platdrag
platdrag / Threadsafe_iter.py
Last active Oct 5, 2019
An example generic wrapper for making any iterator / generator thread-safe compatible with python 3
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import threading
'''
A generic iterator and generator that takes any iterator and wrap it to make it thread safe.
This method was introducted by Anand Chitipothu in http://anandology.com/blog/using-iterators-and-generators/
but was not compatible with python 3. This modified version is now compatible and works both in python 2.8 and 3.0
'''
class threadsafe_iter:
"""Takes an iterator/generator and makes it thread-safe by
serializing call to the `next` method of given iterator/generator.
"""
@simoncos
simoncos / golang_on_rpi.md
Last active Oct 17, 2019 — forked from konradko/golang_on_rpi.md
Install Golang 1.9 on Raspberry Pi
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Install Golang 1.9:

wget https://storage.googleapis.com/golang/go1.9.linux-armv6l.tar.gz
sudo tar -C /usr/local -xzf go1.9.linux-armv6l.tar.gz
export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin # put into ~/.profile

If already installed old golang with apt-get:

View akka-ws-client.scala
val req = WebSocketRequest(uri = "ws://127.0.0.1/ws")
val webSocketFlow = Http().webSocketClientFlow(req)
val messageSource: Source[Message, ActorRef] =
Source.actorRef[TextMessage.Strict](bufferSize = 10, OverflowStrategy.fail)
val messageSink: Sink[Message, NotUsed] =
Flow[Message]
.map(message => println(s"Received text message: [$message]"))
.to(Sink.ignore)
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Count the number of unique characters in a file

# https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/5010/how-can-i-count-the-number-of-different-characters-in-a-file
# works for linux. There is a variation for MacOS in the link ^
sed 's/\(.\)/\1\n/g' text.txt | sort | uniq -c # sort -nr # uncomment this to sort the list by frequency

Replace a string in all instances of files in a directory

@glaszig
glaszig / mkp2pblocklist
Last active Jan 21, 2019
creates a blocklist for your p2p endeavors
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#!/usr/bin/env sh
# inspired by https://gist.github.com/johntyree/3331662#gistcomment-1968023
#
# usage:
# mkp2pblocklist > /tmp/blockp2p.list
# or
# mkp2pblocklist | gzip -9 > /tmp/blockp2p.list.gz
PATH="/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:$PATH"
@sapessi
sapessi / README.md
Last active Aug 2, 2019
Continuous deployment of React websites to Amazon S3
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Continuous deployment of React websites to Amazon S3

This sample includes a continuous deployment pipiline for websites built with React. We use AWS CodePipeline, CodeBuild, and SAM to deploy the application. To deploy the application to S3 using SAM we use a custom CloudFormation resource.

Files included

  • buildspec.yml: YAML configuration for CodeBuild, this file should be in the root of your code repository
  • configure.js: Script executed in the build step to generate a config.json file for the application, this is used to include values exported by other CloudFormation stacks (separate services of the same application).
  • index.js: Custom CloudFormation resource that publishes the website to an S3 bucket. As you can see from the buildspec and SAM template, this function is located in a s3-deployment-custom-resource sub-folder of the repo
  • app-sam.yaml: Serverless Application model YAML file. This configures the S3 bucket and the cu
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