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Forum: Hardware 9 Hours Ago
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Posted By Neo
Update: For those who like to Google these...
Update:

For those who like to Google these projects and learn / enjoy with me; this is V2 of the KeyeStudio Tank Robot.

V2 adds more sensors / capabilities and a new front LED panel. The...
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Posted By Neo
I already provided a link to scanning tools which...
I already provided a link to scanning tools which will do this kind of port scanning.

Please read the posts and review the links and/code we provide you.

You are asking the same question over...
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Posted By Neo
Maybe you will be happy on Linux with this: ...
Maybe you will be happy on Linux with this:

netstat -an | grep 'your.remote.ip.address'

... for starters... and you can process the text further as you like?
Forum: Hardware 14 Hours Ago
89
Posted By Neo
Currently the pace of assembly is controlled by...
Currently the pace of assembly is controlled by my wife and her "when she feels like to assemble the robot" mood,. LOL.

We have not been in a hurry since we are also waiting for KeyeStudio to get...
Forum: Hardware 15 Hours Ago
89
Posted By Neo
Some FYI on this project. I'm currently...
Some FYI on this project.

I'm currently waiting on KeyeStudio (https://keyestudio.com/), the supplier of this RobotTank kit...
Forum: Hardware 16 Hours Ago
89
Posted By Neo
Arduino Robot Tank Project
Normally I'm not into kits, but I thought my wife would enjoy this one since she is a big fan of robots and droids on StarWars!

We are done with the basic mechanical assembly and starting on the...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 22 Hours Ago
125
Posted By Neo
Good to see your GitHub project and description...
Good to see your GitHub project and description here.

Thanks for posting.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Day Ago
219
Posted By Neo
Yes, as the acclaimed Zen master Shunryu Suzuki...
Yes, as the acclaimed Zen master Shunryu Suzuki said in his book, Zen Mind, Beginners Mind.

The mind of the "expert" is rigid, set in its way, and believes it is "the big gun, the top dog".

The...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Day Ago
219
Posted By Neo
And while I am on the topic of "bulldozing over...
And while I am on the topic of "bulldozing over standards"......

Back in the "good old days". all USAF bases were only permitted ATT 3B2 UNIX boxes for most applications by "standards policy".
...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Day Ago
219
Posted By Neo
I would not get to hung up on "POSIX...
I would not get to hung up on "POSIX compliance".....

In my many years experience, working for some of the top banks in the world, big pharma, the US DOD and USAF, all globally, I have never once...
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Posted By Neo
Exactly, but frankly was too busy to keep going...
Exactly, but frankly was too busy to keep going back and forth with a system admin who only sees things his way, right or wrong :) making incorrect arguments to justify what he wants to do, versus...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 1 Day Ago
251
Posted By Neo
Good to know. Thanks for the feedback. That...
Good to know. Thanks for the feedback.

That has been one of my #1 objectives, since forming the site for users, decades ago.
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Posted By Neo
Because this kind of question has been asked and...
Because this kind of question has been asked and answered many times on this site.

That is why no one answered.

It is a forum rule to search the forums before asking questions (like other...
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Posted By Neo
Poor Windows 10 Performance of Parallels Desktop 15 on macOS Catalina
Just a quick note for macOS users.

I just installed (and removed) Parallels Desktop 15 Edition on my MacPro (2013) with 64GB memory and 12-cores, which is running the latest version of macOS...
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Posted By Neo
Thread closed because bmk123 refused to answer...
Thread closed because bmk123 refused to answer questions asked in last post here (https://www.unix.com/303043155-post9.html):

Please answer all questions requested by moderators and admins if you...
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Posted By Neo
That source code you have directed us to visit...
That source code you have directed us to visit and look at is an unformatted mess.

If you want the best help, please take your code, format it using your favorite code formatting tool (FWIW, I use...
165
Posted By Neo
This would be easy if you did not try to make...
This would be easy if you did not try to make these text processing tasks "one liners" and just write
the (few lines) code to process the file one line at a time, using any programming language you...
118
Posted By Neo
Please answer our (well considered) questions.. ...
Please answer our (well considered) questions..

Next time we will not help you until you take the time to answer the simple questions we ask (there are reasons to ask for details).
118
Posted By Neo
I have not tried this... so YMMV but if you are...
I have not tried this... so YMMV but if you are using the ext2 filesystem on your Linux RedHat system, you can try testdisk (https://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk).
...
118
Posted By Neo
So, you ran rm -rf is what directory, on your...
So, you ran rm -rf is what directory, on your Linux RedHat system, exactly?

Also, what filesystem are you using? ext2 ?
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Posted By Neo
Hey nezabudka , Please include the input and...
Hey nezabudka ,

Please include the input and output (strings / text) in your code samples, so we can see exactly your input and outputs.

Keep up the good work and....

Thanks!
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Posted By Neo
$python >>> line = "Tom is hot" >>> array...
$python

>>> line = "Tom is hot"
>>> array = line.split(' ')
>>> print(array)
['Tom', 'is', 'hot']
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Posted By Neo
Did you delete a file already and you are trying...
Did you delete a file already and you are trying to recover it?

Or. are you hoping to write some code to make this "deleted file recovery" possible when after someone uses the rm command?
118
Posted By Neo
You must start this question by specifying your...
You must start this question by specifying your exact operating system, version number, etc.
114
Posted By Neo
Dear mohtashims, You know how it works here...
Dear mohtashims,

You know how it works here at unix.com.

You show your own work and what you have tried, any research you did, input / output and error messages.

You must show YOUR OWN WORK...
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