How to identify drupal bootstrap version?

I’m using project bootstrap 3.x and wondering how can I check version of bootstrap library itself? There is general solution here stackoverflow but I found it’s not useful in this case (drupal). I couldn’t find bootstrap.css file.

The reason behind this is I think I found a bug in it and I want to compare my bootstrap version against the current one and see if it was already fixed.

How can I check bootstrap library version inside bootstrap theme?

how do I identify the vaulty hardware

Currently I have no idea why but every damn time I play some games I never played before on my pc the whole system just crashes. The PC turns of and back on again. No errors on screen. No errors in the system logs. No overheating. I have tried in the past already and I had first thought it was the CPU temperatur which went to high so I bought me a watercooling system for the CPU. The GPUs only reach about 50°C-70°C at max if even. Here are my system specs since this is just really odd. Mainboard: ASUS Prime X299-Deluxe CPU: Intel Core i9-7940X RAM: G.Skill 16GB DDR4-3200 (2x) (F4-3200C16D-16GVKB, Ripjaws V) GPU: ZOTAC GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP! Edition (x2) (including the needed link for the SLI) Power: Enermax Platimax D.F 1050W Main Disk: Samsung 970 Pro 512GB (m.2) Additional Disks: 2x 4TB WDC WD40EZERZ-00WN9B0 + 1×1 TB Samsung SSD 850 EVO (for the games) OS: Windows 10 Pro Screens: Acer Predator XB321HKbmiphz 81 cm

I don’t know which of them is the hardware with the errors. I thought it was something system related but the only logical reason here must be that it is related to some kind of hardware issue. Otherwise it would show me something like a bluescreen or a stop on error screen or something.

So every time when I play a game (BioShock, Sniper Elite 3, GTA V (just now)) it runs perfectly fine but then all of a sudden it just shuts down the PC for now reason. Does anyone have any idea what I can test to figure out what piece of hardware is responsible for this issue.

I also sometimes have random issues with the screens where trhe G-Sync doesn´t seem to work properly but most of the time it´s fine. Also when I play Warframe in 4K for hours at a time everything is perfectly fine and there are no issues what so ever. The PC also is not older than 6 months.

One of the processes keeps sending a keystroke repeatedly in the background, how to identify the culprit?

My system is a MacBook Pro late 2013 running macOS Sierra 10.12.6.

Symptoms:

  • Occasionally after the laptop wakes from sleep, the system would behave as if someone is repeatedly pressing a certain key on the keyboard.

  • If I click anything (Apple icon, File, Edit…etc) on the menu bar, the item whose name starts with A will be highlighted repeatedly, B if nothing starts with A, and so on. (Therefore, I assume the keystroke being sent is a number.)

  • If I press cmd+tab attempting to switch between apps, the focus will automatically scroll all the way to the right-most item.

  • This doesn’t affect all apps. I am able to use Chrome as if there’s nothing wrong.

My question:

  • Apparently one or more of the processes running on my system is doing this. To find out which process / app is sending the keystroke, I am looking for a way or a tool to monitor who is sending keystroke. Therefore next time this happens I can use this to determine the culprit.

Thanks!

Identify an unknown hash hash

I need some help to decode this hash. One APP send all data like this request and this data it’s decoded on server. Now… how to decode this?

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

Magento 2 : How can we identify phpexecutable or not?

I’m working on creating custom console in which i have to add code that will check php is executable using below class. If PHP executable then which PHP version is executable.

SyncCommand.php

namespace Soft\Multi\Console\Command; use Magento\Framework\Exception\LocalizedException; use Magento\Framework\App\ObjectManager; use Magento\Framework\Shell; use Symfony\Component\Console\Command\Command; use Symfony\Component\Console\Input\InputInterface; use Symfony\Component\Console\Output\OutputInterface; use Symfony\Component\Console\Input\InputOption; use Exception; use Magento\Framework\App\Filesystem\DirectoryList as DirectoryList; use Magento\Store\Model\StoreManagerInterface as StoreManagerInterface; use Magento\Framework\App\State as AppState;  use Symfony\Component\Process\PhpExecutableFinder as PhpExeFinderFactory;  class SyncCommand extends Command {     protected function execute(InputInterface $  input, OutputInterface $  output)     {             //accepting results of $  pathToCallPHP variable as php71, php, php73 etc...              $  pathToCallPHP = $  this->_phpExecutableFinder->getData();       } } 

di.xml

<type name="Magento\Framework\Console\CommandList">         <arguments>             <argument name="commands" xsi:type="array">                 <item name="syncCommand" xsi:type="object">Soft\Multi\Console\Command\SyncCommand</item>                 </argument>         </arguments>     </type> 

How to identify specific Ubuntu version?

I have Ubuntu 14.04 (https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Trusty_Tahr/) installed, but which?

  1. /etc/issue states: Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS
  2. /proc/version reads: Linux version 3.16.0-77-generic (buildd@lgw01-09) (gcc version 4.8.4 (Ubuntu 4.8.4-2ubuntu1~14.04.3) ) #99~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jun 28 19:17:10 UTC 201
  3. uname -a returns: Linux MSHV132 3.16.0-77-generic #99~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jun 28 19:17:10 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Any idea?