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oh man that was so helpful!! God bless you :D

by vandal (guest), 23 Oct 2017 23:10

Someone at work runs linux (forget which distro) on the company-supplied Macbook Pro. Doing the same thing might not resolve the keyboard issue, but would solve most of your software gripes. Not sure if there's anything available for Touch Bar support on linux - I'm sure a few enthusiasts have built something.

Just another option to consider :)

by leigerleiger, 18 Oct 2017 08:03

My new phone is also charged through USB-C, I enjoy this a lot. I don't need a separate cable, I can just unplug the laptop and plug the phone in. On a funny note, having an iPhone and the new Mac must be very annoying because:

  • You need a separate charger for your Mac and for your iPhone
  • You cannot charge iPhone from your Mac using the USB-C cable
  • iPhone doesn't have the analog jack socket, so if you bought the special headphones for your iPhone you cannot use them with your Mac, because Macs, on the other hand, don't come with the Thunderlightningsomething but instead ship with an analog jack.

Given all the cons, I think I'm not gonna stick with this laptop. In addition to all said it's too big for my taste, so I'd rather have something that:

  • nicely plays with Linux
  • has a normal keyboard
  • is 12-14 inch
  • has more ports
  • preferably still charges through USB-C and has good performance and battery life

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True by GabrysGabrys, 18 Oct 2017 03:42

Playing with windows

With window management, I'd highly recommend installing something called Spectacle. It adds many keyboard shortcuts for pinning windows to the side of the screen, or making windows full-screen (probably my most-used shortcut) … and generally helps to match Windows' screen pinning features.

https://github.com/eczarny/spectacle

Touch Bar

Touch bar is something I've avoided. I'm currently using the Macbook Pro that was released just prior to that one, and I'm hesitant to upgrade unless I have to. I think it's a cool feature to have, but definitely agree that physical keys are better in most situations.

It would've been better if they'd used physical keys that can change what icon is displayed on them - similar to what many of the more expensive gaming keyboards can do.

Also because the laptop is powered with USB-C, I can use my laptop charger to charge my USB-C phone!

Now that's a feature I'm looking forward to, if I ever do upgrade.

Currently I only have a Nintendo Switch that uses USB-C for charging, but phones are definitely moving in that direction and it's a good move IMO.

by leigerleiger, 18 Oct 2017 02:29

Can't comment much on that, as I said I haven't personally used it. However … I too was surprised at first when I heard that it was still around! :) Only recently.

Hope you find what you're looking for.

by leigerleiger, 12 Jul 2017 07:47

Wow, I've heard about Webmin about 10 years ago, I didn't know it was still a thing. From what I understand, it's a web UI for admin tasks on a Linux server with many modules (to configure Postfix, Samba, etc). It seems managing your crontabs is one of many modules. It looks like it would be a good UI for scheduling, but not necessarily for managing the execution of the jobs (sandboxing, time-limiting, inspecting the output, etc).


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by GabrysGabrys, 12 Jul 2017 06:54

A friend uses Webmin on their web server, and it seems quite powerful. Haven't personally used it.

http://www.webmin.com/

http://doxfer.webmin.com/Webmin/Scheduled_Cron_Jobs

by leigerleiger, 12 Jul 2017 04:49

Gabrys sorry for no replying before…

It's okay, I'll check what happened…

What about this one? It's a FOSS project, but requres a generic user and password to access to the svn repo

http :// ww w.
zxuno
.com/f
orum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=1367

URL: h ttp:
//svn
.zxuno
.com
/svn/zxuno
User and pass, as always:
user: guest
password: zxuno

For those users who are using the repository from Windows using TortoiseSVN, relocate your working copy as follows:
- Right click on the directory that contains the root of your working copy
- From the context menu, choose TortoiseSVN, and from its own context menu, choose Relocate
- A dialog box will show you want to move from w….. (the new URL)
- User and password will be asked
- If there is a warning about non valid certificate, it's just because TortoiseSVN detected that this server can be reached from HTTPS and will use that by default, but I haven't purchased a Verisign certificate, so it's just a self-signed certificate. It's safe to accept it now and forever

And that's all. New updates and commits (for developers) can be made from the new repo.

by timofonictimofonic, 07 Jun 2017 01:02
"Robert"."Uballe". (guest) 19 Nov 2016 16:34
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Pushing a HTTP Stream To Roku

So this is my tv

by "Robert"."Uballe". (guest), 19 Nov 2016 16:34
Excellent Tutorial by Joshua DarbyJoshua Darby, 22 Oct 2016 21:56

I tested the game in Xubuntu 16.04 when it was still in beta and worked. But in some point stop of working. tested with wine-devel. What the heck happened! If there is some fix,please let me know.

Thanks !!
Redfred

by Redfredg1Redfredg1, 29 Sep 2016 11:30
PMG (guest) 19 Sep 2016 18:34
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » Pushing a HTTP Stream To Roku

Device Roku :)

by PMG (guest), 19 Sep 2016 18:34
drets (guest) 07 Sep 2016 15:41
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » My Computer Setup: Hardware

Could you elaborate on keyboard?
(what keyboard layout do you use; what do you like more — Microsoft Natural 4000 or Microsoft L5V-00001 keyboard)

by drets (guest), 07 Sep 2016 15:41

@Gabrys It also handles more repository-types:

github-com|new|import

Convert {- → .} & {| → /}

(Sorry, low karma — created account just to post this! Someone repost/edit with proper link, please!)

Gomes (guest) 06 Mar 2016 10:53
in discussion Hidden / Dyskusje poszczególnych stron » e-Deklaracje Linux

@Acina (niezalogowany): Trzeba w opcjach Internet Explorer - Panel Sterowania->Opcje Internetowe->Zaawansowane - włączenie opcji "używaj TLS 1.0" , Nie ważne że używasz może inne przeglądarki , to powinno pomóc !!

by Gomes (guest), 06 Mar 2016 10:53

timofonic, svn2github doesn't map the branches, trunk etc. In SVN they ARE just subdirectories. In Git they are actual concepts core to Git. Mapping SVN branches to Git may not work perfectly, and for the use cases svn2github was designed for, it's not necessary. In real world, you only need to clone one or two branches (plus trunk), which means you can clone the particular subdirectories of a SVN repo to different GitHub repos.

If that doesn't fit your use case you may want to start working with git-svn and have your own setup.


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by GabrysGabrys, 01 Mar 2016 21:44

@Gabrys

I see. It would nice to have it, but I understand about your priorities. What about svn web interfaces?

by timofonictimofonic, 29 Feb 2016 23:49

Hello @Gabrys

Thanks a lot for your reply! It's nice you are aware of this :)

I did think the mirrorer were able to detect branches and such, to convert them to Git equivalents.

As I'm sure you know it a lot better than me, some projects use different branches for experimental or alternative code. I wanted to mirror them too, but svn2github copies them as directories instead the Git equivalents.

Am I missing something?

Kind regards.

by timofonictimofonic, 29 Feb 2016 23:47

Hi guys, CVS support never was and is not planned.


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NO CVS! by GabrysGabrys, 26 Feb 2016 17:14
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