OpenSSH 8.2 is coming to the latest Long-Term Service release of Ubuntu, Focal Fossa (20.04), and has some breaking changes for users using an SSH Certificate Authority.
For all of us who are learning to use or developing with MySQL or MariaDB, it’s a common task to manually log in to the database for inspection. This is usually done with the mysql command line client, and for sure it’s cumbersome to log in to the database using your application’s credentials. Fo...
The 3rd-and-last experiment of course Web Information Processing and Application required us to create a recommendation engine, and “predict” the rating (1-5 stars) for 4M user-item pairs based on the training data of 9M user-item pairs and a social network.
Since the addition of the website server for an external corporation, I now have 5 Linux servers to manage on my own. I also have 4 terminal devices that I use to connect to those servers: two of my laptops, my Android phone (using Termux), and one of those servers that I use as a workstation.
I recently retired a few old email addresses, and am currently going in a row to change email for accounts associated with those emails. Everything else went smoothly, with my Nvidia account being an exception - There wasn’t an option to change it!
This September I employed Cloudflare to optimize my website (https://ibugone.com) in various aspects. It turned out to be a brilliant move and Cloudflare has proved to be a great service to have.
This post originated from Lab 1 of course Compilers: Principles that I’m currently taking, in which we were required to write a flex program to parse a subset of the C language. The multiline comment /* */ was the most troublesome to handle for most of us (excluding me, for sure).
Lately I’ve finally received my Raspberry Pi 4 (4 GB model), and I couldn’t resist the temptation to give it a try and see all the improvements that’s been reported for months.