I have a project in my mind that I have been developing on github. It’s a heavily optimized numeric library that helps you to do numerical operations without lack of performance. I contest with Intel MKL, and achieved some noticeable improvements. After writing the numeric library, I want to keep going with a deep learning library built on it. However, for a human it is hard to keep the enthusiasm and curiosity at max level for a long time. I’d like to have contributors which will helps the project getting improved or themselves getting improved.
So how can I get contributors for my project? If anyone wants to join, here is the github link. I also bench-marked some cases in my repo, if anyone is interested in.
If so, how is she doing? What is the general feeling? The relationship between Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the press had become quite contentious before her sudden departure.
I have created a new document content type and associated a dotm template to it to be used on a document list.
When I’m in the classic experience of the list and select the template from the ‘New’ drop down, Word opens and a new document opens based on the template.
If I switch to the ‘New Experience’ and try the same process, it just creates a new copy of the template as an item in the list.
Probably no in all cases but what the hell.
I have some systemd services those call to the relevant python3 scripts. Everything work well until a few days ago, a strange log line appeared every time the services start.
python3: looking for plugins in '/usr/lib64/sasl2', failed to open directory, error: No such file or directory
The same situation happens at all the different environments where our services run on:
- Ubuntu 19.04 (XFCE4)
- Ubuntu 18.04 (GNOME)
- Ubuntu 16.04 (GNOME)
- Raspbian buster
- Raspbian stretch
What does the log mean? What does it relate to? How to fix it?
As the question states, I’m using ubuntu on windows 10. Every time I have to work on a homework problem and have to open ubuntu, I have to navigate to the file path which is tedious.
Is there any way to right-click on the file explorer and hit open in the terminal, like in a real ubuntu operating system environment?
I was told by Amazon that my ports are open to public 0.0.0.0/0 . But still no idea on how to closed. Kindly help.
I had setup iptables and other rules, but this quite new for me.
The below is the text from Amazon—
We see that you’ve denied outbound connections to the IP of the destination domain , however in reviewing your Amazon EC2 instance(s), it appears you have left several ports open to the public (0.0.0.0/0). Leaving ports open like this can leave your instance vulnerable to compromise and unwanted network activity in general.
TCP 22 0.0.0.0/0
TCP 80 0.0.0.0/0
TCP 443 0.0.0.0/0
Denmark is a very special country with incredible people, but based on Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s comments, that she would have no interest in discussing the purchase of Greenland, I will be postponing our meeting scheduled in two weeks for another time…. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 20, 2019 WTF is that ? That is not the words or actions of someone who is fit to be President of the United States.
A. Tucker Carlson B. Chris “Fredo” Cuomo C. Laura Ingraham
The commands I am/trying to use in terminal are:
sudo /bin/su -c “echo ‘fs.file-max=1000000’ >> /etc/sysctl.conf” sudo /bin/su -c “echo ‘* soft nofile 1000000’ >> /etc/security/limits.conf” sudo /bin/su -c “echo ‘* hard nofile 1000000’ >> /etc/security/limits.conf” sudo /bin/su -c “echo ‘session required pam_limits.so’ >> /etc/pam.d/common-session”
All I’m getting is “permission denied” or no response to the various methods I’ve tried. I’m currently logged into the first and only account on the PC. Any help would be appreciate, just installed this Ubuntu OS last night.