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Fix: Microsoft Edge Can't Connect Securely to This Page on Windows 10 | Driver Talent
sounds promising, but didn't let me connect to self-signed Servergraph :-)
Microsoft  Edge  Can't  Connect  Securely  to  This  Page  Windows  10 
3 days ago
Index of /storage/tivoli-storage-management/patches/server/Linux/8.1.5.100/
ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/storage/tivoli-storage-management/patches/server/Linux/8.1.5.100/8.1.5.100-IBM-SPSRV-Linuxx86_64.bin at 2018-09-17
download  tsm  spectrum  protect  server  ibm 
5 days ago
Need to set up yum repository for locally-mounted DVD on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
Mount the RHEL 7 installation ISO to a directory like /mnt, e.g.:

# mount -o loop RHEL7.1.iso /mnt
If you use DVD media , you can mount like below.

# mount /dev/sr0 /mnt
Copy the media.repo file from the root of the mounted directory to /etc/yum.repos.d/ and set the permissions to something sane, e.g.:

# cp /mnt/media.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/rhel7dvd.repo
# chmod 644 /etc/yum.repos.d/rhel7dvd.repo
Edit the new repo file, changing the gpgcheck=0 setting to 1 and adding the following 3 lines

enabled=1
baseurl=file:///mnt/
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-release
In the end, the new repo file could look like the following (though the mediaid will be different depending on the version of RHEL):

[InstallMedia]
name=DVD for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 Server
mediaid=1359576196.686790
metadata_expire=-1
gpgcheck=1
cost=500
enabled=1
baseurl=file:///mnt/
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-release
clear the related caches by yum clean all and subscription-manager clean once

# yum clean all
# subscription-manager clean
check whether you can get the packages list from the DVD repo

# yum --noplugins list
if no problem , you will update

# yum --noplugins update
yum  repository  add  local  manual  no  plugins  noplugins 
6 days ago
Solved: Using WGET or another method to download Bamboo ar...
curl -u username:password -k -g "https://bamboo.server/browse/PROJTRUNK-CODEQA-123/artifact/shared/War-files/

The -u flag in curl is "nice" in that it handles most username/password challenges correclty. Plus, you can always add a -L flag if you need to.
wget  curl  download  bamboo  artifacts  artefacts 
7 days ago
(43) Rob Landers's answer to What are some of the most basic things every programmer should know? - Quora
I would say the following concepts:

Closures: I was always surprised that people don’t know what closures are, and what they can do to a specific language’s Garbage Collector. Know this. You will know why the server keeps crashing and others will be looking in all the wrong places.

Continuations: Ever needed to pause execution or ship it off to another machine to be completed? This is how you do it. It comes in handy if you want to process things at scale.

Patterns: Knowing what a fly-weight, facade, etc are and the differences between them. It comes in handy when you want to communicate what you’re trying to do.

Know your time to flow: It takes me about 30–45 minutes to get into my “flow.” I won’t even start doing any programming if I don’t have at least 1 hour. This makes it easier to schedule meetings, administrative activities (email, slack, etc)

Common Sense: For some reason people expect HTTP to be “type safe.” It all comes across the wire as text (for the most part). That means any input is technically a possibility, including malicious input. Yet SQL injection is still one of the #1 vulnerabilities on earth.
programming  concepts  every  programmer  coder  should  know 
17 days ago
(42) Quildreen Motta's answer to How would you design the perfect programming language? - Quora
There are a few characteristics that I really want in a programming language:

Modular extensibility;
Safe uses of untrusted code;
Interactive development, with immediate/real-time feedback;
Support for linguistic extensions;
Support for precisely modelling data;
Simplicity (for reasoning);
The two languages I’m experimenting with, Siren and Purr, incorporate varying levels of support for each of these.
ideal  perfect  programming  language  design  program 
20 days ago
bash - Where is TMOUT being set in CentOS 7? How can I disable it? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
To disable the time out I changed the file /etc/profile.d/local.sh. I commented out lines that were setting the timeout variable and making it readonly.

vi /etc/profile.d/local.sh
#export TMOUT=43200
#readonly TMOUT
An alternative would be to set TMOUT=0 which means to disable the timeout. Man page for bash TMOUT is http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man1/bash.1.html.

The most important change is to comment out the line that made the variable "readonly". If the variable could be changed, then I could have modified it in my own login settings (e.g., $HOME/.bashrc, or .bash_profile).

--

Didn't seem to help me; we added an ssh keepalive, and
while :; do echo +; sleep 60; done &
After which, the connection stayed up.
bash  shell  timeout  auto-logout  auto  logout  log  off  TMOUT=0  autologout 
24 days ago
Login site using cURL - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Well, you'll need to store the session data in a cookie. You can use -c cookie_filename to create the cookie (add this to your login command). And then, for the other requests, you can read from the cookie with -b cookie_filename.

In example:

curl -s loginpage -c cookiefile -d "user=myself&pass=secure"
curl -s secretpage -b cookiefile
EDIT:

Notice many times loginpage is not the page you open with your web browser where you introduce your user and password. You'll have to check where the form is posting that data to (search the <form> tag in the source code and the action=... attribute). So, for example, if you want to log in to https://criticker.com, loginpage is https://www.criticker.com/authenticate.php and not https://www.criticker.com/signin.php, which is the one you open with your browser.

A tampering plugin/extension for your browser may help you find the correct loginpage and all the data that is being posted to it (like hidden input fields in the form).

For Servergraph, need https://sgus2.tectrade.co/sgcgi/launchpad_login.cgi
(i.e., different than any file or report to be accessed)
login  log  in  to  web  site  using  curl  password  authenticate 
29 days ago
linux - Using iconv to convert from UTF-16LE to UTF-8 - Stack Overflow
iconv -f UTF-16LE -t UTF-8 infile > outfile

'file' command shows e.g. utf-16 , for the 'from' file
convert  utf-16  utf-8  command  line  iconv  multibyte  single  byte  text  multi  cli 
29 days ago
What is the correct way to view your CPU speed on Linux? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
For intel i3, i5 and i7 based cpus there is a dedicated tool called i7z that shows current speed for all cpu cores.

From man page (description):

i7z runs the i7z, ncurses based, program without any options. i7z will print out the C-states and temperature for i3, i5 and i7 based Core processors from Intel (including Nehalems, Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge).

For ubuntu-based distributions you can install it by issuing this command:

sudo apt-get install i7z
then just run it (tool needs to be run with sudo):

sudo i7z

(Often disagrees with cpuinfo etc.)
cpu  speed  linux  dell  m6500  throttle  throttling  i7z  multiplier 
5 weeks ago
The Distribution of Users’ Computer Skills: Worse Than You Think
One of usability’s most hard-earned lessons is that you are not the user. This is why it’s a disaster to guess at the users’ needs. Since designers are so different from the majority of the target audience, it’s not just irrelevant what you like or what you think is easy to use — it’s often misleading to rely on such personal preferences.
oecd  computer  computing  users  user's  user  skills  skill  level  ability  worse  than  you  think 
5 weeks ago
Working with MySQL Scheduled Event
Used by Servergraph to run optimize on Wednesday evenings; but we can't see when the process completes.
Could create an additional event on completion, to get the timestamp.
mysql  scheduled  scheduler  event  servergraph  optimize  optimization 
5 weeks ago
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