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128-layer flash flood to come roaring down the Yangtze in 2020 – report

The Register - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 04:50
Chinese fabber YMTC has cunning tech catch-up plan

China's Yangtze Memory Technology (YMTC) aims to leapfrog 96-layer NAND and move straight to the production of 128-layer flash in 2020, according to a report.…

Brits shun country life over phone not-spot fears

The Register - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 04:19
Says company that sells switching services

Millions of Britons unwilling to be parted from their urban broadband and not-too-shabby mobile phone reception are shunning rural living, according to a survey.…

LXD 3.7 has been released

Linux - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 04:13
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Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner Now Also on Linux

Linux - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 03:57

https://i.redd.it/g1uked4sqny11.png

Acunetix, the automated web application security software, has announced the release of Acunetix for Linux. Acunetix is one of the first commercial, automated web vulnerability scanners to be released for Linux.

Download free trial version from here

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Crontab just won't work

Hi! There's a service I have to run every 10 minutes on my server. Even though I wrote the cronjob for it, it just won't execute the file. Settings are as follows:

crontab -l:

10 * * * * /home/user/project/startup.sh

cat /etc/crontab:

10 * * * * root /home/user/project/startup.sh

In /var/log/messages I see cron-related logs like "Starting Session 851 of user root" every 10 minutes, but nothing happens.

The project itself is perfectly fine, I run it without any issues.

I also tried:

10 * * * * root sh /home/user/project/startup.sh

File's permissions are: -rwxrwxr-x

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Adding one module to AS 3.3 beta 4 takes 15 minutes. It is just me?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 03:07

Gradle sync log after adding an Application module

So I have a medium size project developing on AS 3.3 beta 4. It has a few library modules and a few application modules. Below are some observations that make me feel bad:

- Changing version of one dependencies and the re-sync takes like forever to finish (stop counting at 5th minute)

- Adding a new Application module and the duration is as the screenshot above.

I observe this sync hell since AS 3.3 alpha 12 or something, but always thought it is alpha so they are testing something else. I remember it is not that long in AS 3.2 or earlier ... Less than 2 minutes at least (or even 1 minutes to add a new module).

Does anyone have this kind of experience? Or it is just me and my dream?

P/S My Mac is an i7 16GB one and it is a few hundred Mbps network.

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Bright spark dev irons out light interference

The Register - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 03:01
Dusts off unused 'paperweights' to save data entry program

On Call Dust yourselves off, dear readers, it’s Friday once more and time for On Call, our weekly column of reader’s technical triumphs.…

[HELP] Can I trigger events based on *how close* I am to a Break Device? (Via Bluetooth signal strength maybe?)

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 02:07

Basically what the title says. I'm setting up my first few smart lights, and don't (currently) have motion sensors. I do have Bluetooth device in most rooms though.

With that in mind: Is there a way to trigger a task based specifically on the strength level of a BT device? Like, "only turn on lights if BT Near 85% connection strength"?

(Or similar with WiFi?)

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If at first or second you don't succeed, you may be Microsoft: Hold off installing re-released Windows Oct Update

The Register - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 01:56
Six weeks after first release f build 1809, and Redmond still can't get it right

The 1809 build of Windows 10 and Windows Server is fast becoming infamous, after Redmond pulled it shortly after release when it started deleting people's files and stumbling in other ways. Redmond reissued the software on Tuesday, and today it's clear you shouldn't rush into deploying it, if installing it at all, in its present state.…

Finally making the switch to Linux

Linux - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 01:42

I was on the fence about this but after windows 10s October update it tipped me to switch. I've got some experience with Linux machines(raspberry pi) Anyway, tbh I'm happy to leave, Windows is so restrictive without changing registry settings etc.

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Weekly [Discussion] Thread

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 01:04

Pull up a chair and put that work away, it's Friday! /r/Tasker open discussion starts now

Allowed topics - Post your tasks/profiles

  • Screens/Plugins

  • "Stupid" questions

  • Anything Android

Happy Friday!

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Sorry, but NASA says Mars signal wasn't Opportunity knocking

The Register - Fri, 11/16/2018 - 00:26
Mislabelled signal raised rover fans' hopes, just for a while

Space-fans pricked up their Twitter-ears today, when just for a few minutes it looked like the little lost rover Opportunity had woken up.…

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