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Difference docker repository vs Ubuntu package

As of today (2019-03-20), both the current docker website, and the Ubuntu package have version

18.09.2

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50427996/difference-installing-docker-from-ubuntu-repository-and-official-docker-reposito mentions that the Docker repo package might be newer, which is currently not the case.

Are there any reasons to use the Docker repository if you just want a stable install? Are there any differences between these? (Otherwise, it seems easier to avoid another repository, another trusted GPG key etc).

Installing Screaming Frog (.deb package) on WSL

I am running a Windows 10 computer with Ubuntu 18.04 running via the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

I am trying to install an SEO spider, Screaming Frog, so that I can run it in headless mode and run crawls programmatically. It appears to have been installed correctly, but when I try to run it on the command line with screamingfrogseospider, the following error is thrown:

/usr/bin/screamingfrogseospider: line 18: /usr/share/screamingfrogseospider/jre/bin//java: No such file or directory 

Does anyone have any ideas why this could be occuring?

openSSL 1.1.1 and libSSL package

I want to use openSSL1.1.1 version for my code development. Currently am working with openssl 1.1.0g on ubuntu 18.04 machine.

If i download package with command sudo apt install libssl-dev then i get openssl 1.1.0g version,

If i download package with command sudo apt install libssl1.0-dev then i get openssl 1.0.2n version,

How to download openssl 1.1.0 and libssl package.

Note: I dont want to download openssl package separately and build it externally. I am supposed to download through ubuntu package

Build pipeline, dependency on unreleased package

My team is currently making some changes to our solution structure. Before the change we basically had a single solution file with about 40 different projects. Most of these projects are libraries that are consumed by a handful of applications.

To improve the load and build times, we decided to split the solution into several smaller solutions. We started with 2 of the biggest libraries, lets call them Core and DAL. Both got their own solution with a single project.

We created 2 build pipelines for both projects; one for pull-requests and one for building a NuGet package after a merge to the main branch. We have a policy that each PR should have 2 reviews and a successful build/test result in it’s pipeline.

Now let’s say we have a hypothetical bug in the DAL (v1.0.0).

Previously we would fix the bug in the library, run some applications locally (which would call the updated DLL) and if it works commit the change, start a PR which would kick off the PR pipeline and pretty much be done with it.

But in the new scenario, in order to test the change, the developer has to publish a local NuGet package let’s say 1.0.1-pre. Then he updates the package in one or more applications and if everything is fine, he publishes a local 1.0.1 package, updates the consuming applications and makes a single PR for the bug-fix and the version increase in the consuming applications.

But here’s the kicker; the PR pipeline for those consuming applications will fail, because the new package is not yet published to our feed. In order to publish the package, the PR has to be completed, but that’s not possible because the changes to the library are in the same PR as the version increases to the apps.

We’re at the point of instructing all devs to not include changes to packages with other changes in the same PR (even if they’re very related) because of this issue, but as a last resort I’m asking here if there’s a better approach.

USA Customs duty: multiple small packges vs one large package

When shipping (by an international courier company) to the US items purchased abroad, is there any difference in the US customs duty, between sending the items in multiple small packages versus one large package?

  • First, I would like to know if there is higher chance that a smaller package will not be checked at the customs, hence not duty will be charged.

  • Second, assuming that all packages are checked at the customs, is there any difference in the total duty paid in each case (multiple small packages vs one large package)?

Attempting to install Xmonad – package hidden

Probably just a big case of PICNIC, but when I tried to install Xmonad, I get errors stating

Could not load module ‘XMonad’ It is a member of the hidden package ‘xmonad-0.15’. You can run ‘:set -package xmonad’ to expose it. (Note: this unloads all the modules in the current scope.) Locations searched:   XMonad.hs   XMonad.lhs   XMonad.hsig   XMonad.lhsig 

How do I make these errors go away? Did I forget any steps? etc.

I installed Haskell and Xmonad via:

ghcup install ghcup set ghcup install-cabal cabal new-update cabal new-install cabal-install cabal new-install xmonad cabal new-install xmonad-contrib --lib # Other possibly relevant info ghc-pkg list # does not show xmonad or -contrib ghc --version # 8.6.3 cabal --version # 2.4.1.0 xmonad --version # 0.15