If you have old plastics which had yellowed with time, have no fear! (and don’t throw away good plastic enclosures!).
All you have to do, is to place the plastic enclosure under bright sunlight for couple hours a day. Repeat until the yellow fades back to its original colour!
elasticsearch (elastic licence, with builtin JAVA)
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-7.9.0-amd64.deb.sha512 shasum -a 512 -c elasticsearch-7.9.0-amd64.deb.sha512 kibana (elastic licence)
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/kibana/kibana-7.9.0-amd64.deb.sha512 shasum -a 512 -c kibana-7.9.0-amd64.deb logstash (elastic licence, require Java 8)
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/logstash/logstash-7.9.0.deb.sha512 shasum -a 512 -c logstash-7.9.0.deb.sha512 elasticsearch (apache2 licence, no Java)
remember to set
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-oss-7.9.0-no-jdk-amd64.deb.sha512 shasum -a 512 -c elasticsearch-oss-7.9.0-no-jdk-amd64.deb.sha512 kibana (apache2 licence, no Java)
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/kibana/kibana-oss-7.9.0-amd64.deb.sha512 shasum -a 512 -c kibana-oss-7.9.0-amd64.deb.sha512 logstash (apache2 licence, no Java)
wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/logstash/logstash-oss-7.9.0.deb.sha512 shasum -a 514 -c logstash-oss-7.9.0.deb.sha512 installing elasticsearch
dpkg -i elasticsearch-7.9.0-amd64.deb
sudo systemctl status elasticsearch.service sudo systemctl start elasticsearch.service installing kibana
dpkg -i kibana-7.9.0-amd64.deb
sudo systemctl status kibana.service sudo systemctl start kibana.service installing logstash
dpkg -i logstash-7.9.0.deb
echo ‘LS_OPTS=”-w 2″‘ >> /etc/defaults/logstash sudo systemctl status logstash.service sudo systemctl start logstash.service
9 December 2019
A transplant patient developed the DNA of his donor, it has emerged.
Chris Long, from Reno in Nevada, had a blood test three months after receiving a bone marrow transplant.
Results revealed his DNA had been “replaced” by that of his donor, a German man 10 years his junior.
Four years later, the donor’s genetic material was found in Mr Long’s cheeks, lips and semen. While levels fluctuated over time, only his chest and head hair were unaffected.
Safari does not support geolocation over HTTP (no idea why http://localhost/ is considered an issue with Safari). W10 Edge supports geolocation over HTTP.
After some experimenting, I discovered Chrome and Brave both support geolocation over HTTP on OSX. Chrome definitely was doing WiFi triangulation because it could return my exact lat/lng whereas Brave was returning the midtown lat/lng coordinates.
I came across this problem when updating jdk via brew. Somehow brew removed openjdk-12 and replaced it with 14. Pesky.
After some checks, I figured the Eclipse 2020-06 executable was relying on a hardcoded openjdk path.
To rectify this, I’ve done the following:
Determine the jvm available on osx by dropping to command line and running ‘/usr/libexec/jvm_home -V’
Below is a screen capture of the available openjdks on my OSX. (openjdk-12 was removed somehow). Remember the location of the openjdk directory you wish to use.
2. Edit the openjdk path in eclipse.ini. The path to eclipse.ini is as follows:
Note: I have mine in $HOME/eclipse/java-2020-06. Yours could be in the Applications directory (ie /Applications/Eclipse)
Run ‘nano eclipse’
3. To get this:
eclipse.ini pointing to missing openjdk-12 folder
4. Amend the folder name to the openjdk directory that you’ve determined in Step 1.
I’ve selected openjdk-14.0.2.jdk
5. Ready to start Eclipse by running the eclipse executable.
Hath the blockchain euphoria finally died a quiet death?
I’ve been saying this to 1. customers, 2. tech friends, 3. lesser tech friends, 4. non-tech friends. Not one believed me apart from the Vandy tech gang (where the real tech people are).
Hope the SG govt didn’t throw in good tax payers $ into this slow database.
As relevant as
Sang Nila Utama and the band of 40 heroes (sic)
Extremely happy to hear the
PINEBOOK is now available in a Pro version. The form factor looks identical to a ThinkPad Carbon (afaics)
There will be support for Linux,
*BSD and Android 9. The preorder starts on 25th July 2019 but only for those who had registered in the Pinebook forum prior to 1st July 2019.
I say PINEBOOK had stolen the thunder from Apple on innovation for developers!