I know that sudo pip is obviously wrong, so what am I supposed to do? There are other issues as well, not using virtual environments and installations that break OS dependencies, and/or a mishmash of install options to begin with (like: do you use macports or homebrew? What happens when the tool you need is […]
I love simple websites that do just one function and do it well. If you want a basic box (with or without lid) that you laser cut or CNC, then this is your site! Check it out: https://www.makercase.com/
Scenario: You have several devices within your network, you’ve changed the address range for the network but you’ve forgotten to change one in particular. It’s easier to log into the device than to physically attend to it (it may be headless, it may not be in your immediate vicinity, or you’re just to lazy to […]
Today commemorates 50 years since the moon landing. That means I’m officially half a century old! Not that I remember it, but on that day in July, I was in a baby bassinet watching Armstrong and Aldrin taking their historic steps. Apparently on their return to Hawaii they filled out a customs declaration. It was […]
I know I will need this next time I do an install: python -m pip install -U matplotlib sudo apt install python-tk then can run a test with this code: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.plot([1,2,3],[2,4,5]) plt.show()
This song just came into my headphones, who else has this scene come into their head everytime they hear it?
Today I am working on an old raspberry pi (model B, original version) and need to get this project up and running, but I have forgotten the password. No problem. Let’s take the SD card and edit the `cmdline.txt` file in the root directory and add `init=/bin/sh` to the end of it (make sure there […]
In some of my songs, I have casually mentionedThe fact that I like to drink beer. This little song, is more to the point,Roll out the barrels and lend me your ears, I like beerIt makes me a jolly good fellow,I like beerit helps me unwind and sometimes it makes me feel mellow (makes him […]
systemctl status … will display an excerpt. If the error is displayed when starting Caddyserver from a console, but is not shown in the logs if an initdaemon such as systemd is used (which logs stdout and stderr), then Caddyserver’s authors have forgotten to Flush stdout and/or stderr before exiting. found: https://caddy.community/t/cant-start-caddy-with-systemd-service-file/3447 I wish I’d found this little gem a long time ago!