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Airplane mode problem

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 21:44

Play dota 2 on my laptop which has Ubuntu 18. 04 installed on it. As I completed my match I went to the lobby and above there was a title that said I am in offline mode. Then I closed the game and saw that near my battery symbol, there is a airplane symbol. I went to Network settings but there was nothing I can do.

After sometime I restarted my laptop and then the airplane symbol was gone but when I went to the Wi-Fi and bluetooth settings, the button to toggle Wi-Fi on wasn't there and the button to toggle bluetooth can't be changed and it was written and connect a Bluetooth dongle to use Bluetooth.

I used the USB tethering and it was working but I don't know why the wireless tethering is not working. Please help me.

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Oracle: Think our DB sales are great now? Wait until we actually get the new product out!

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 20:08
'Autonomous' database cash haul just ramping up – Larry

Oracle has capped off a solid fiscal year and is predicting big things to come for its database line in the coming 12 months.…

AT&T sends in startup shill to shake up Cali's net neutrality safeguards

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 19:53
Oh look it's 'tech startup advocacy group' CALinnovates again

Analysis A group claiming to represent the interests of California's tech startups has argued that the US state should allow so-called zero rating services, despite the negative impact it would have on tech startups.…

Reminders on Android are a painful, slow, and frustrating experience, and Google needs to do something about it

Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 19:48

Google Assistant's reminder capability is handy... right up to the point that you tap on a reminder notification on Android. At that point, you get stuck waiting 5-10 seconds (Pixel XL) for it to load the list of upcoming and active reminders.

It's pretty bad, yet years of updates have seen no improvements.

I'm almost at the point of seeking alternatives.

Reminder usage isn't that uncommon, so... what's up, Google?

The reminders have other annoyances too. For example, when I say "remind me tonight" in a voice command, I always mean 8 PM, not 6 PM! Yet if editing one from the time selection drop-down, "Night" does mean 8 PM.

I think it's past time that Google overhaul and rethink reminders via Google Assistant on Android. A better, faster UI, with more convenient options.

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Question about "ip link show up"

Does this command show the status of the interfaces that are configured to be UP, which means if an interface is down the same command will show it as down.

Or does it just show the interfaces that are just UP?

Thank you

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CEO of struggling storage biz Tintri quits

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 19:07
SEC filing shows company up the creek and sans paddle

Thomas Barton - CEO of struggling storage array supplier Tintri - has resigned, leaving the company leaderless as it heads towards running out of cash by the end of the month.…

Facebook floats BOLT to jolt code out of bit bloat

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 18:50
Network open sources Linux command-line tool for optimizing large binaries

Facebook has open sourced a binary optimization and layout tool, itself optimized into the acronym BOLT, in the hope it can make large applications faster.…

Anyone know of a free bar code number lookup api?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 18:40

I've had a google around but most of them are pretty pricey. I'm probably asking for a lot here but figured it was worth an ask!

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Public, private, hybrid cloud? Take a dip in our GreenLake HPE urges

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 18:26
If you could buy some hardware too that would be great

At its Discover conference on Tuesday Hewlett Packard Enterprise rolled out a managed service for private, public and hybrid clouds starting with AWS, Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack.…

Help with autoweb plugin...

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 18:13

I just started using autoweb plugin for tasker and it has a lot of potential.

I am looking to use Merriam Webster's medical dictionary API to return the definition of a term.

Now the base URL is https://www.dictionaryapi.com/api/references/medical/v2/xml/test?key=[my key goes here]

Now to get the definition the 'test' in this URL has to replaced with a term you want to define

So the endpoint is https://www.dictionaryapi.com/api/references/medical/v2/xml/{termtobedefined}?key=[my key goes here]

I am so far so good, but I am lost as to how to replace {termtobedefined} in input function through tasker and then return output. Basically I don't know to generate input and output for the API action.

Also the API uses only XML and not JSON

Any help would be appreciated.

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Any better way to solve this?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:59

I have an exit event to hide scenes and floating bubble. But in this app, everytime I use Autovoice Recognize, the dialog comes up and cause my exit event gets to trigger.

  1. Turn off the exit event profile and then turn it back on when done

  2. Use enter event to get it back when the dialog disappears. I don't like this option. Too many things flashing off / on the screen

Do you have other ideas?

Thank you.

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Microsoft Azure Europe embraces the other GDPR: Generally Down, Possibly Recovering

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:24
We're three hours and counting into outage

Microsoft Azure has tumbled over in northern Europe, and services have effectively stayed down for unlucky customers for at least three hours today.…

Cooking with Linux (without a Net): Video editing on Linux using Kdenlive and ArcoLinux, too!

Linux Journal - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:16

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It's another Tuesday and another excuse to sip some red while doing some live Linux and open-source experimentation. Yes, it's time for Cooking with Linux (without a Net), and on today's show, I'll show you how to edit a video using the Kdenlive video editor, how to trim said video, adjust audio, fade between clips and apply all sorts of fun effects. Then, I'll show you how to turn that masterpiece into a video format suitable for uploading to YouTube! All of it live, on camera, and without the benefit of post video editing—therefore providing a high probability of falling flat on my face. Once we're done doing art, I'll try out ArcoLinux, another distribution you've probably never heard of, and I'll go through the installation for you. If it wasn't already obvious, this is a pre-recorded video of a live show.

Cooking with Linux Audio/Video Distributions

AI caramba! Nvidia devs get a host of new kit to build smart systems

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 16:41
Kubernetes for GPUs, a PyTorch extension, TensorRT 4, and much, much more

Nvidia has released a bunch of new tools for savvy AI developers in time for the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Salt Lake City on Tuesday.…

How do I prevent my app from crashing when it enters the background?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 16:37

(Using Android Studio)

My app runs fine, up until the point where I exit the app (not close it) and it ends up in the background. I get "Application has stopped" whenever this happens, and in Logcat i always get a NullPointerException.

Is there a way pause the app 'as is' on exit without crashing, then when the app resumes (user opens app from background), the app continues executing where it left off?

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