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    used OpenSuse for more than 10 years - now stick to Mx-Linux; Interested in all raspi-things, Python, Perl, PHP and GIS,

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  1. hi there - Philwiss - and however you name yourself.. dear buddy - lets call you TBone from Linuxquestions: you are a firstclass Troll - and were after you... over there - they do not like you - and we are those who are makeing this public - hahaha https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/help-me-4175623526/page2.html Well, I can certainly understand getting tired of answering the same questions over and over, but that is the nature of a forum. TBOne's advice is sound, it just comes across very grumpy and sadly that can drive people away. Hopefully the OP will stick it out.. loadedmind: Who said I was trolling? You imply/assume a whole lot based on little information. You might want to look in the mirror with that whole "attitude" thing... I didn't LATCH ON to ANYTHING. Direct quote from the op, "I am new to linux and was trying to start by installing rhel 7.2 in my laptop". How in the HELL can you infer anything more than me wanting to help op based on this information?! Seriously man, check your ego at the door. Sometimes people just want to help other people without inferring anything more than a helping hand. Enhance your calm. https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/issue-to-smb-4175660189/page4.html https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-server-73/how-to-disable-directory-listing-for-specific-directories-in-apache-4175685395/page2.html https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/linux-shell-script-content-4175687413/page2.html well TBoner aka Philiwiss aka xyz - do not forget - were behind you - and we follow you hahaha πŸ˜€
  2. hello and good day dear Community, just came from WpTavern.com where i have read some exciting news on Block-protocol but i am not sure if i got it right: see: Block Protocol Project Aims to Create Universal Block System, May Collaborate with Gutenberg https://wptavern.com/block-protocol-project-aims-to-create-universal-block-system-may-collaborate-with-gutenberg i have read the following: Well as far as i understand the folks talk about some synergy-effects. it sounds that Blockprotocoll should be a general platform - or concept that can be applied to Gutenberg and to other systems.. as well Are they aiming for some synergy-effects. see: https://blockprotocol.org what do you say?! cf. https://wptavern.com/block-protocol-project-aims-to-create-universal-block-system-may-collaborate-with-gutenberg Look forward to hear from you
  3. good day dear friends on PHP-Freaks, I want to make a simple ph meter and display the ph value on an OLED/LCD display. I think I can learn a lot from this project; Something about the construction and functioning of the pH sensor. Last but not least - if the system has to be calibrated (which I don't necessarily "have to" have - then I would just "take it with me". Then I learn the calibration method that determines the accuracy and accuracy of the sensor. But - as I said: actually I would like to get around the calibration. If that's possible. the options: a. DFRobot Gravity Analog pH Sensor b. EZO TM class embedded pH circuit: This is an ... - TI E2 by : The Atlas Scientific EZOβ„’ btw: I note that the Atlas Scientific EZO has a pH resolution of +/-0.002 - well i do not really need that high resolution!!! So i guess that i have to choose the DFRoboat Gravity but here the comparison: which one is the best one!? to test water, Coffee, Tea, and so on (beverages) see the both examples: https://eckstein-shop.de/DFRobotGravityAnalogpHSensor2FMeterKitForArduino DFRobot Gravity Analog pH Sensor / Meter Kit For Arduino 30,26 € Hersteller: DFRobot overview: Aquakultur: ANALOG PH-SENSOR / METERSPEZIFIKATION Modulpower : 5.00V Modulsize : 43 x 32mm(1.69x1.26") range :0 - 14PH temperature: 0 - 60 Β°C accurate ph-readings : Β± 0.1pH Reaction : < 1min pH-Sensor with BNC-connector EZO TM class embedded pH circuit This is an ... - TI E2E The Atlas Scientific EZOβ„’ class pH circuit, has a flexible calibration protocol, allowing for single point, two point, or three point calibration. The other two ... https://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Scientific-Embedded-Circuit-001-14/dp/B00641R1PQ Features β€’ Full range pH reading from .001 to 14.000 β€’ Accurate pH readings down to the thousandths place (+/- 0.02) β€’ Temperature dependent or temperature independent readings β€’ Flexible calibration protocol supports single point, 2 point, or 3 point calibration DescriptionThe Atlas Scientificβ„’ EZOβ„’ class embedded pH circuit, is our 6th generation embedded pH circuit. This EZO class pH circuit, offers the highest level of stability and accuracy. With proper configuration the EZO class pH circuit, can meet, or exceed the accuracy and precision found in most bench top laboratory grade pH meters. The pH-EZOβ„’ pH circuit, can work with any off-the-shelf pH probe/ sensor/electrode. This device reads pH from a pH probe/sensor/electrode. This device does not include a pH probe/sensor/electrode. btw: i think i will stick to the b.- the Atlas Scientificβ„’ EZOβ„’ class embedded pH circuit i look forward to hear from you So here's a schematic drawing in advance - how I imagine it Glass-Electrode RG +-----------------+ +--------------------+ -------------------------| | | | +------------------------+ | mv-Amplifier | | | | | | | | a/d-converter | | microprocessor | |---- | |-----------------------| ---------------------------| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | +-----------------+ | +--------------------+ | | | | +------------------------+ | | | | | | - | +--+ | | | | | | |r1| r1 | | - | | | | +--+ | --------------------------------- | +---------------------+ | | | +--+ | | | | r2 | Display | | | | | Referenc-electrode | | | | --------------- +--+ +---------------------+ | | | | -------- ------ Further steps: i think about the interface: a. Arduino b. raspberryPi c. ESP 32 /8266 ....!? i will create a Frizzing plan : where i take care for the periphery . power supply . Display . resistors, capacities etc. etx . OP-AMP etc. etx. BTW; see more infos : https://eckstein-shop.de/DFRobotGravityAnalogpHSensor2FMeterKitForArduino Kalibrierung: vgl. https://community.dfrobot.com/makelog-308048.html cite: /* DF Robot Analog pH Sensor */ https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1782.html Arduino Library: https://github.com/DFRobot/DFRobot_PH Python Library: https://github.com/DFRobot/DFRobot_PH/tree/master/RaspberryPi/Python /* DF Robot ADC Converter */ https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1730.html I look forward to hear from you
  4. difference of template structure: Wordpress traditional themes vs FSE-(full site editing) themes I want to find out how the templates of traditional themes are different form FSE-(full site editing) themes; can we say so: A template of a traditional theme would have this structure: β”œβ”€β”€ theme-name β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ template-parts β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ content.php β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ templates β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ template-cover.php β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ template-full-width.php β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ index.php β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ style.css and besides this a FSE theme would have this structure: β”œβ”€β”€ theme-name β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ block-template-parts β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ header.html β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ footer.html β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ block-templates β”‚ β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ index.html β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ index.php β”‚ β”œβ”€β”€ style.css in other words, the structure of a very simple block theme is structured like so: theme |__ style.css |__ theme.json |__ functions.php |__ block-templates |__ index.html |__ single.html |__ archive.html |__ ... |__ block-template-parts |__ header.html |__ footer.html |__ sidebar.html |__ ... To sume up: The difference with existing WordPress themes is that the different templates in the template hierarchy, and template parts, are block templates instead of php files. In addition, this example includes a theme.json file for some styles. Question: is this the whole description? Well how can we see the differences between the both types love to hear from you.
  5. dear phpFreaks Community,πŸ˜‰ hello dear all; this is a slightly off-topic-question whats the most appropiate way and method to import the dataset (and the map) of a healthsites.io-request to wordpress: lets take for example the following request: https://healthsites.io/map?country=Italy should we do this via a shapefle note: A Line layer consists of two different types of OSM features, Ways and Nodes. ... sections of this plugin section according to their functionality (editing, identification, etc.). BTW - can i export the data of healthsits only in CSV formate - that means: what if i only want to gather the POI Then i can poulate the data in to a MySQL or PostGreSQL db is this doable too!? btw: i am also running https://healthsites.io/api/docs/#api-v2-facilities-list and I have an error 502. Healthsites API Version 2 https://healthsites.io/api/docs/#api-v2-facilities-list look forward to hear from you
  6. dear friends, and freaks dear Community today no talk about the latest MX-release, or Anaconda & Miniconda or tools like VScode / Spyder that i need. Also - no talk about Thunderbird and the Enigma or the latest Linux-kernel and things like that. And yes. Today also no question or posting regarding php or MySQL, here in this posting a little note about the fact that the WordPress version 5.8 was released in BETA 4 - for testing. note: The final relase is sheduled for the July 20th - stay tuned. - 215 tickets were adressed & gefixt in WordPress 5.8, - 88 new Features and improvements; see : many new Features in WordPress 5.8 in BETA 4: Direct Download of Beta Version here (zip): https://wordpress.org/wordpress-5.8-beta1.zip Alpha/Beta/RC Forum Feedback and bug reports report here please https://wordpress.org/support/forum/alphabeta/ more data, Infos, Links and Details here: WordPress 5.8 Beta 4 is now available for testing! https://wordpress.org/news/2021/06/wordpress-5-8-beta-1/ see vgl. https://wordpress.org/news/2021/06/wordpress-5-8-beta-1/ In addition to those changes, contributors have fixed 215 tickets in WordPress 5.8, 88 new features and enhancements, with more bug fixes on the way.
  7. dear PHP-Freaks first of all i hope youre well and every thinggoes well. I hope that your hometown is doing well and is able to manage all the covid 19 things. here i want to share some ideas on a installation of Miniconda on a MX-Linux-System. To write down these steps help me to learn. So i want to share with you the first steps in working with Miniconda on a linux box. My approach: i am currently installing Miniconda on a MX-Linux and i am doing this via Terminal (commandline) the first steps are the follwing first i am heading for the download of the latest shell script with the following line: wget https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh now we have the repo on the machine: Fine - but let us go ahead_ now we have to make the miniconda installation script executable chmod +x Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh This is a pretty important step: Next the installer will prompt us where we want to install Miniconda. We will be given exactly three different options or let us say: choices or methods. We need to decide the location where we want to install all that stuff: so here we go: We need to press the ENTER - button on the keyboard to accept the choosen default install location i.e. our $HOME directory. on a sidenote: even more important: if we don't want to install in the default location, we are of course free to press the following buttons on the keyboard CTRL+C to cancel the installation or mention an alternate installation directory. Note: if we want to go with the default installation path, which is /var/home/doctor_linux/miniconda3 then we can run the miniconda installation script to go ahead: creating and activating our so called conda environment. well this is one of the last steps: We now need to create and activate an so called conda environment on our machine. To create a conda environment, we need to run the following command - (see the conda-cheetsheet for more commands) we can also create the environment from a file like the so called environment.yml, and besides this we also are free to use the conda env create -f command: if you like conda: just see the conda-cheetsheet for more commands. for the fully fledged installation to take effect, we have to do some additional steps e.g. we have to do the following: close and re-open our Terminal. Alternatively, we re able to run the following command to get the changes immediately in effect - (in other words: to verify all that above steps): we will now see the so called prefix (base) in front of our shell prompt of our machine. It means that the conda's base environment is activated. And as mentioned above: if you like conda: just see the conda-cheetsheet for more commands. well so far so good: if you like conda: just see the conda-cheetsheet for more commands. but wait: there is even more: there is another option the so called Miniconda unattended (or let us say silent) installation . the Miniconda installer script comes with options to perform a so called unattended installation. 'This is somewhat fantastic since it doesn't require any manual intervention from the us - the user. it is also called a still-installation that runs in the background: great. to go this way we need to do some steps. First, we need to create a directory for Miniconda installation: Download the installer script: $ wget https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-py39_3.1.2-Linux-x86_64.sh Btw: Wget is a famous way. See the beginning of the thread: we also have used this at the top - in the first approach. now we have to verify the checksum as shown above. And then we follow the steps of the so called silent installation to some more commands to install Miniconda in silent mode: well so far so good: if you like conda: just see the conda-cheetsheet for more commands. I hope you find this useful - if you have any ideas or comments on this approach i love to hear from you
  8. good day dear community, installing Miniconda on a Linux-Box: adding the vscode and Spyder to the whole system i have done lots of setups - for example i am running Anaconda both on Win and MX-Linux. well now i want to give conda a try: well i guess it is a bit more tricky: can we do it like so: we need a snippet that helps to create a directory to install miniconda into it, After we have set up this - then we can start to download the latest python 3 based install script for Linux 64 bit, Done so we an go ahead and try to execute or run the install script which helps us :- subsequently we can at the end delete the install script, Then - at this point we can do the adding and intializing of Conda: --a conda initialize to our bash or the so called zsh shell. That said: If we follow ths path then we at the can do a cool restart of the shell and conda will be ready to go. mkdir -p ~/miniconda3 wget https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh -O ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh bash ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh -b -u -p ~/miniconda3 rm -rf ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh ~/miniconda3/bin/conda init bash ~/miniconda3/bin/conda init zsh If we are here we can go ahead: # note: we just have done one important thing. We ve fetched Anaconda via wget that wen very nice. now we can do even more: the miniconda.sh has got some cool basic options. Most notably we can say that we just have used -b to be able to run the whole thing unattended, which means that all of the agreements are automatically accepted without user prompt. I like this option very very much. It is pretty cool. But there is even more. -u updates any existing installation in the directory of install if there is one. -p is the directory to install into. here i have a litte - lets say - cheat sheet that helps us with the usage: see more /root/miniconda3/miniconda.sh [options] Installs Miniconda - the version - see 3 4.6.14 -b run install in batch mode (without manual intervention), it is expected the license terms are agreed upon -f no error if install prefix already exists -h print this help message and exit -p PREFIX install prefix, defaults to /root/miniconda3, must not contain spaces. -s skip running pre/post-link/install scripts -u update an existing installation -t run package tests after installation (may install conda-build) at the end oft theday we have even more options Silent/Logged A quick and easy way to silence everything or to log it to a file during an automated install is to wrap the script into a bash function, or save it to its own file, and call the file. I like the function method since I can still copy it right into a terminal, or keep my install script as one single file. and besides that install_miniconda () { mkdir -p ~/miniconda3 wget https://repo.anaconda.com/miniconda/Miniconda3-latest-Linux-x86_64.sh -O ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh bash ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh -b -u -p ~/miniconda3 rm -rf ~/miniconda3/miniconda.sh ~/miniconda3/bin/conda init bash ~/miniconda3/bin/conda init zsh } normal But wait: What do we do now: note: now we need to have packages and all that things. how to do now more - a. the installation of all the packages b.. the installation of VSCode and Spyder and Jupyter notebook!? any idea or tipp!?
  9. Philwiss we follow you whereever you are. all of the folks here should know that you are a user from Linuxquestions.org - and they hate you over there: Your have not many friends over there. They know who you are. lets have a closer look at your fancy funny and dull postings: and at your terrible habits - and the user at Linuxquestions-they know him very well: they have beaten him - they do not like him over there. in Fact: they call him what he is: a troll with ugly nasty habbits. see ugly minded troll at linuxquestion. They treat him as a ugly Troll - see the threads https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/help-me-4175623526/page2.html https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-server-73/how-to-disable-directory-listing-for-specific-directories-in-apache-4175685395/page2.html https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/linux-shell-script-content-4175687413/page2.html https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-desktop-74/difficulties-w-19-1-a-4175647896/ and so forth poor guy - tbone... your lost now. we know you and we follow you
  10. hello dear all conda update spyder vs. pip-methods : some basic decisions i run Anaconda on MX-Linux and i love it. btw; my python version is python 3.8.4 my spyder is 4.0.1 vsCode 1.52.1 i want to update all these how can i do this!? note: see the spyder.-man.-pages for some details: https://docs.spyder-ide.org/5/installation.html While this installation method is a viable option for experienced users, installing Spyder (and other PyData-stack packages) with pip can lead to a number of tricky issues. While you are welcome to try this on your own, we unfortunately do not have the resources to help you if you do run into problems, except to recommend you use Anaconda instead. You can install Spyder with the pip package manager, which comes by default with most Python installations. Before installing Spyder itself by this method, you need to acquire the Python programming language. You’ll first want to create and activate a virtual environment in which to install Spyder, via one of the following methods. With virtualenvwrapper: mkvirtualenv spyder-env workon spyder-env Otherwise, on macOS/Linux/Unix: python3 -m venv spyder-env source spyder-env/bin/activate (base) martin@mx:~ $ conda update spyder Collecting package metadata (current_repodata.json): done Solving environment: - Updating spyder is constricted by anaconda -> requires spyder==4.0.1=py37_0 If you are sure you want an update of your package either try `conda update --all` or install a specific version of the package you want using `conda install <pkg>=<version>` done # All requested packages already installed. (base) martin@mx:~ $ conda install spyder 5.00 Collecting package metadata (current_repodata.json): done Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. Retrying with flexible solve. Collecting package metadata (repodata.json): done Solving environment: failed with initial frozen solve. Retrying with flexible solve. PackagesNotFoundError: The following packages are not available from current channels: - 5.00 Current channels: - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/linux-64 - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/noarch - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/r/linux-64 - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/r/noarch To search for alternate channels that may provide the conda package you're looking for, navigate to https://anaconda.org and use the search bar at the top of the page. (base) martin@mx:~ $ conda update spyder Collecting package metadata (current_repodata.json): done Solving environment: - Updating spyder is constricted by anaconda -> requires spyder==4.0.1=py37_0 If you are sure you want an update of your package either try `conda update --all` or install a specific version of the package you want using `conda install <pkg>=<version>` done well - while doint the update - i got into abortion....see https://pastebin.com/bB16kKJp
  11. update: i have a closer look: in synaptic we have xrdp and other thigns. and yes: i also will consult the manpages to see how you should configure the inifile cf the following pages: man xrdp https://linux.die.net/man/8/xrdp man xrdp-sesman https://linux.die.net/man/8/xrdp-sesman man xrdp.ini https://www.mankier.com/5/xrdp.ini besides this - i have heard that some folks tend to look for for an GUI clients: remmina had a plugin for rdp, and IIRC vinagre supports rdp, and other things more
  12. dear community, How to Use Remote Desktop Connection in MX-Linux well - i need to get an idea how to use Remote Desktop Connection in mx-Linux: i need to connect to a remote server - the only instruction i have found so far is this How to Use Remote Desktop Connection in Ubuntu https://www.nakivo.com/blog/how-to-use-remote-desktop-connection-ubuntu-linux-walkthrough/ sudo apt-get install -y vim net-tools openssh-server the question is: In order to configure Ubuntu RDP connections, you need to install the RDP client or/and the RDP server, depending on the connection direction. well the question is - is it enough to run this command: sudo apt-get install -y vim net-tools openssh-server
  13. hello dear community, first of all : i hope that youre well and all goes well ! one question regarding google - calendar: - i want to add multiple events to each day. i have a large table with 365 quotes - for one day one row... see below: well i want to add these data to the g calendar - and i want to add the texts of the three colums to each day. that means: and each day contains all the three texts - that means a the question is: how to achive that!? with automated process i only have managed to do this manually if i t ry to do this automatically - look forward to hear from you regards
  14. update: tried to install all anaconda-things according the official instruction - went the hard way - on terminal: see these docs: https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/install/linux/ a quick walktrough through the steps ended up in fully-fledged installation of Anaconda3 next steps are shown here: https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/user-guide/getting-started/ Linux: Open a terminal window and type anaconda-navigator. voila - now Anaconda3 starts... conclusio: all is fine now.. have a great day
  15. update: tried to install all anaconda-things according the official instruction - went the hard way - on terminal: see these docs: https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/install/linux/ a quick walktrough through the steps ended up in fully-fledged installation of Anaconda3 next steps are shown here: https://docs.anaconda.com/anaconda/user-guide/getting-started/ Linux: Open a terminal window and type anaconda-navigator. voila - now Anaconda3 starts... conclusio: all is fine now.. have a great day
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