Select dynamically bulb with variable autohue

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 07:34


I'm new in tasker / autohue plugin. I use it with google home to create voice actions.

I have done one by using if/then condition, but I would like to improve it. I explain : I say "ok google, power off all lights except X" with X a text ingredient pass through join and get by tasker. What I have done if that : If X equals "sofa" then power off all others lights. It works but there if one if for each possibility.

So, I want to do a for loop that loop all the existing lights, and for each of them, check if the name of the light corresponds to X or not. If not, there is a huestate line + à hue 2.0 line to say power off this light.

I have 2 problems with this: 1) it seems that to get value of hue 2.0 variables (%hue_nr_lights, %hue_lights ...), an action hue 2.0 is needed before 2) I don't find the way to target dynamically the hue light. I don't want to select a light in the list, I want that huestate and hue 2.0 target the light from the for loop (it loops through %hue_lights)

I'm not sure my explanation is very clear, is so, don't hesitate to tell me. Before to post this, I have search without finding the solution.

Thank you in advance for your answers / help.

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Dual Boot Win10/Ubuntu SSD/HDD

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 07:09

New to Linux. Is there a guide for the various options on this? r/buildapc was no help.

My goal is to share all files on my 1TB HDD except for the OSs themselves, which will be on the SSD (250GB). I have heard it is slightly better and easier to put /home on the SSD with symlinks to the HDD rather than installing /home directly to the HDD. This is my first time provisioning a HD, all I have is the "theory", so any advice is appreciated! (I am already aware I should install Windows before Linux)

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Ailing ZX Spectrum reboot firm kicks crisis meeting into long grass

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 06:59
2-week delay on vote to dismiss current directors

A key shareholders' meeting has been adjourned, prolonging the Retro Computers Ltd ZX Spectrum Vega+ saga for another fortnight.…

Um, excuse me. Do you have clearance to patch that MRI scanner?

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 06:19
Healthcare regulations working against cybersecurity, claims expert

Israel Cyber Week Healthcare regulations oblige medical equipment vendors to focus on developing the next generation of technologies rather than addressing current cybersecurity issues, according to experts presenting at the eighth Israel Cyber Week.…

What is the best ASO tool for Google Play?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 06:07

I have been doing ASO for 1 years. I tried different ASO tools like MobileAction, SensorTower, and more. For you what is the best ASO tool? Which estimation of ASO tool is good(Especially in Google Play)?

Well-known ASO tools.

-Mobile Action -App Annie -Sensor Tower -AppTweak -ASODesk -Meatti -Apptweak -App Radar

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​Red Hat Changes Its Open-Source Licensing Rules - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 06:04

Red Hat-initiated open-source projects, which use GPLv2 or LGPLv2.1, will be expected to add GPLv3's cure commitment language to their licenses.

From outside programming circles, software licensing may not seem important. In open-source, though, licensing is all important.

Pinguy OS 18.04 Mini LTS – Final

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 05:47
Categories: Linux

How to Build a Strong DevSecOps Culture: 5 Tips - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 05:42

We have a tendency in IT to treat security as fundamentally a technology problem. Hence, we also tend to focus on technology solutions.

Tools and processes do matter: But if you’ll recall our recent look at the seven habits of strong security organizations, the top of the list had nothing explicitly to do with technology: These companies treat security as a culture, not a step.

Capita admits it won't make money on botched NHS England contract

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 05:36
Outsourcer's mea culpa: firm failed on due diligence, lacked data, closed offices too fast

Embattled outsourcing giant Capita has made a loss of £140m trying to deliver on a seven-year contract to upgrade back-office support in the NHS – and never expects to turn a profit on it.…

Evaluate a Product/Market Fit - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 05:04

How to identify when a fit has been achieved, and how to exit the explore stage and start exploiting a product with its identified market.

We live in a world of data overload, where any argument can find supporting data if we are not careful to validate our assumptions. Finding information to support a theory is never a problem, but testing the theory and then taking the correct action is still hard.

Security and Performance Help Mainframes Stand the Test of Time - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 04:51

As of last year, the Linux operating system was running 90 percent of public cloud workloads; has 62 percent of the embedded market share and runs all of the supercomputers in the TOP500 list, according to The Linux Foundation Open Mainframe Project’s 2018 State of the Open Mainframe Survey report.

Adobe’s e-signature service to go bi-cloud: adds Azure to AWS

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 04:24
Why? Well Adobe's just revealed deeper hooks into Office and Dynamics

Adobe’s taking its “Sign” electronic signature service into Microsoft’s Azure cloud, in addition to its current arrangement that sees the service run in Amazon’s cloud.…

National ID cards might not mean much when up against incompetence of the UK Home Office

The Register - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 04:07
Would they have prevented Windrush? The mind boggles

The Windrush immigration papers scandal barred Caribbean-born Britons from public services and in some cases deported them because they lacked sufficient documentation.…

Streaming games from Windows to Linux without Steam

Linux - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 03:36

Up until now, I have been using dual-boot or VMs whenever possible. However, I do my work in Linux 99+% of the time, making this an annoying hassle. So I am now looking into streaming games. I anyway want to build a new workstation rig soon, so I could convert this one to a Windows-only PC that runs headless most of the time and is there almost exclusively for gaming.

The thing is, I have many Windows games that are not on Steam. Old CD rips and games I got from . So how would I stream these? Is RDP fast enough for this? Should I get something like Citrix?

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