Assign a meta value to an email address that hasn’t been registered

I’m trying to allow users to invite other users on a WordPress site by email. I want to update the invited users with a meta value that is assigned to them when/if they registered. The value would be set by the inviter.

I know I need to use the updated_user_meta. I just work out how to assign user meta value to a user that hasn’t been created yet. Is it actually possible?

Efficient method to load/get and assign multiple custom attributes from quote item?

Is there a more efficient way to load and assign quote item custom attributes?

This is code in my Observer:

public function MyFunction(Varien_Event_Observer $  observer) { $  QuoteObject = Mage::getSingleton('checkout/session')->getQuote();         foreach ($  QuoteObject->getAllVisibleItems() as $  item) {             $  custom_attr1 = $  item->getData('custom1');             $  custom_attr2 = $  item->getData('custom2');             $  custom_attr3 = $  item->getData('custom3');             $  custom_attr4 = $  item->getData('custom4');             $  custom_attr5 = $  item->getData('custom5');            //do other stuff here         }   //do some other stuff here } 

how to assign file name with full path to a variable in bash script

suppose i opened my file manager nemo and select a file named “abc” so in the location bar it shows media/myuser/folder1/subfoler/ and the selected file name is abc How can assign the selected (highlighted) file name with full path in a variable in my bash script (please note this file is not in home directory) anybody can help me please

Assign Static IP to the Raspberry Pi using ‘nmcli’ or any other tool on Raspbian Jessie-lite

I’m using Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian Jessie-lite. I want to assign Static IP to the Raspberry Pi using ‘nmcli’ or any other tool.

Raspbian Jessie-lite comes with wpa_supplicant and other networking tools. I have already used them but the problem is I have to restart the device when I connect to new Wi-Fi network or change assign static IP.

As a solution to the problem I used network-manager nmcli(0.9, higher versions are not available for jessie). But I cannot find a way to assign static ip details for Wi-Fi.

How do I configure the migrate API to assign all parent and child taxonomy terms to an entity during import?

I’m importing media files which have a taxonomy in the media content type definition.

Here is the section of my Yaml file that deals with the taxonomy.

field_nih_asset_taxonomy_auto:     -       plugin: skip_on_empty       method: process       source: nihtaxonomy     -       plugin: hierarchical_taxonomy       bundle: nih_asset_taxonomy_auto       ignore_case: true       source:         - t1         - t2         - t3         - t4         - t5         - t6           -       plugin: explode       delimiter: / 

The second plugin ‘hierarchictal_taxonomy’ comes from the Migrate Hierarchictal Taxonomy module.

My source file is a json file and here are the mappings for the two plugin sources from above.

"nihtaxonomy": "ntp-db/ntp_reports/ntp_pathology_tbls/99020_tables", "t1": "ntp-db", "t2": "ntp_reports", "t3": "ntp_pathology_tbls", "t4": "99020_tables", "t5": "", "t6": "" 

What I’m expecting to happen is the import reads from the ‘nihtaxonomy’ source, explodes that, and assigns all of those terms as taxonomies.

Then, I’m expecting the hierarchical taxonomy plugin to create the parent child relationships. (there are no more than 6 terms, but it varies per record, if that matters).

This is working correctly. The problem is that the only term that’s being assigned to the entity is the last child, so 99020_tables in this example. But I need all of the terms attached.

How do I need to configure my Yaml file so all the terms get attached to the node?

WANTED: User-friendly way to assign owner/permission when attaching a new serial devices (USB, BT, etc)

When attaching a serial device (e.g an arduino via USB or Bluetooth), the owner:group is set as root:dialout, e.g:

crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 166, 0 Apr 15 18:08 /dev/ttyACM0 

However, even when the regular user is part of the dialout group, it is necessary to change permissions on the device file (to 666).

This is only temporary until the device has been disconnected. A persistent solution is to modify the udev file. See e.g. this link and this link

This can be confusing, not least when the Bluetooth system tool (blueDevil on KDE) can detect USB devices, but not connect to them.

It seems to me, that either the default behaviour should be to grant dialout users write access or the least this should be part of the GUI system setting tools.

Assign serial number to USB device

I have 2 identical USB devices (Zoom F8 multitrack field recorders) which connect as a standard audio interface. I’d like to create an aggregate device using both devices. macOS definitely “sees” both devices:

$   system_profiler SPUSBDataType ...  F Series Audio Interface with Rec:  Product ID: 0x0395 Vendor ID: 0x1686  (ZOOM Corporation) Version: 0.00 Serial Number: 000000000000 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ZOOM Corporation Location ID: 0x14200000 / 28 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Extra Operating Current (mA): 0  F Series Audio Interface with Rec:  Product ID: 0x0395 Vendor ID: 0x1686  (ZOOM Corporation) Version: 0.00 Serial Number: 000000000000 Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec Manufacturer: ZOOM Corporation Location ID: 0x14100000 / 27 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0 Extra Operating Current (mA): 0 

However, only one device appears in Audio MIDI setup. I’m guessing the issue is due to the null serial numbers, and so would like to manually assign them. Of course, I wouldn’t expect this to persist the devices being disconnected/reconnected.

navigate to a directory and assign its name to a variable using explorer in a batch file

I am running a .bat file. I would like to use explorer to select a directory and assign it to a variable without closing the .bat file or changing the directory it is executing in. I have tried Explorer /E c: but the batch file closes on me. Also, I do not want to execute a file, just assign a selected directory path to a variable.