Basic question about setting actions by time - why doesn't my action trigger at time between 830 am to 9 am? I've checked the actions work if I don't put the time.

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 12:01

Sorry very noob question.

I've setup a simple tasker . When connect to my work Wi-Fi it sets my phone to silent and sends whatsapp if it between 830 to 9am.

But I find the whatsapp message doesn't get send unless I remove the 830 to 9 am part.

Any clues?

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Can anyone spare 12 seconds to check this regex for search replace?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 11:55

Firstly, thanks for taking a quick look - I'll keep this brief.

I have a Tasker variable with multiple insistence of roughly 7 digits and all of which start with 'bb'

Example: text text text bb2545432 text text text

I am trying to extract those numbers into a list/variable.

So far I have tried dozens of regex such as:




and many many more.

I'm sure this would take someone a few seconds to work out so huge thanks in advance if you can!!


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Cisco snags potential customer-sniffing biz for an undisclosed sum

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 11:51
OEM partner July Systems' tech tracks in-store punters by Wi-Fi

Cisco is to slurp up cloudy indoor location services biz July Systems to add to its Wi-Fi platform and boost customer experience capabilities.…

Linux question/advice

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 11:11

I currently run 10 window vm's with a hosting provider costing me roughly 33 per VM. I am wondering, if I build a server for my office, and then run 10 linux VMs on it, what would be best linux build to use? The ONLY thing I run on these VM's are chrome, dropbox and a way to remote connect. The windows VM is really overkill. Hardrive space is very minimal as most is taken up by OS currently. Thank you for any suggestions.

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All apps should have ads ?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 11:09

I'm new to the android app store. I want to create a small free app but I don't want any ad on it. It's possible ? Also, I don't want to spend any money.

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Shiny new Capita boss to I know you are but what am I?

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:59
Jon Lewis challenges MPs over KPIs on in-house projects

The boss of troubled outsourcer Capita has painted a glossy coat on its woes to MPs, while attempting to turn the spotlight on the government – as the firm sold off a £160m chunk of business and bagged yet another Whitehall contract.…

Senior judge: Put AI in charge of reviewing social media evidence

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:45
Court of Appeal beak reckons tech will help solve disclosure scandal

A senior judge has said that "technology has created many of our current disclosure problems" – and then added that AI will fix them.…

Can you think of a valid reason to setup a singleton server?

Can you think of a valid reason to setup a singleton server?

I define a singleton server as a server that isn't clustered, and may or may not be in centralized authentication or configuration management.

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Roblox gameplay

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:10
Categories: Android, Linux

Top 5 Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities in 2018

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:05
Categories: Linux

Cray slaps an all-flash makeover on its L300 array to do HPC stuff

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:03
ClusterStor node uses slower SAS SSDs

Cray has announced the L300F, an all-flash array for high-performance computing functioning as a speed booster for ClusterStor installations.…

Systemd Services: Monitoring Files and Directories - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 10:01
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Red Hat Launches Process Automation Manager 7, Brackets Editor Releases Version 1.13, Qt Announces New Patch Release and More

Linux Journal - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 09:54

News briefs for June 19, 2018.

Red Hat today launched Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7, which is "a comprehensive, cloud-native platform for developing business automation services and process-centric applications across hybrid cloud environments". This new release expands some key capabilities including cloud native application development, dynamic case management and low-code user experience. You can learn more and get started here.

The free, open-source Brackets editor, which focuses on web development/design, released version 1.13 of its code editor this week. Linux Uprising reports that the new release features "the ability to opening remote files, drag and drop support for the FileTreeFiew, an option to automatically update Brackets, and bug fixes". See also the release notes on GitHub for more info.

Qt announced the release of version 5.11.1 today. This release is the first patch release for the 5.11 series and doesn't include any new functionality, but it does provide more than 150 bug fixes and 700 important changes. See the Change Files page for details.

Today, June 19th, has been declared FreeBSD Day. Visit the website for information on ways you can help them celebrate this 25th anniversary.

Happy Birthday to It's FOSS! Visit the website for giveaways and more details on It's FOSS's 6th birthday celebration.

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"Do you want to continue? [Y/n]"

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 09:37

This thing has been bugging me for years now, why is the (Y) in capital and the (N) is small? I know it's just nitpicking but just wondering, does it have a purpose? Or it's a mistake that no one bothered to fix?

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