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Forum: Solaris 10 Hours Ago
447
Posted By Neo
First, not having something "connected" to the...
First, not having something "connected" to the Internet is no excuse for running obsolete code (at least to me, maybe to you it is). In my many decades of cybersecurity work, I have never seen the...
Forum: Solaris 15 Hours Ago
447
Posted By Neo
Well stated. Let me be more to the point. ...
Well stated.

Let me be more to the point.

It is a total waste of time to be replying to anyone who is running a 17 year old OS (with a seriously flawed and out-of-date version of NTP), which...
Forum: Solaris 1 Day Ago
447
Posted By Neo
That is all the reason to move to chrony. ...
That is all the reason to move to chrony. Production servers should have software which is less vulnerable.

See the many NTP security vulnerabilities here...
346
Posted By Neo
Thanks for posting your solution. In the...
Thanks for posting your solution.

In the future, others searching the net when they have this problem will be glad you did.

Good job!
346
Posted By Neo
Yes, it seems you have some fundamental problems,...
Yes, it seems you have some fundamental problems, but since you are mixing issues like "printing PDF files from the web with extended ASCII chars" and "GTK file names not working with other...
135
Posted By Neo
Here is how I might approach this: ...
Here is how I might approach this:


Install your script on all 10 of your servers and make sure it works for each.
Optional: Install a secure (HTTPS) web server on each server.
Optional:...
Forum: Solaris 2 Days Ago
447
Posted By Neo
You should consider installing chrony and doing a...
You should consider installing chrony and doing a comparative test.

See this thread:

NTP synchronised problem in our Centos 7.6 node...
346
Posted By Neo
I must be really dense, LOL According to the...
I must be really dense, LOL

According to the title, and from http://asciivalue.com/index.php that char you are referring to is ASCII char 151 according to asciivalue.com:
...
346
Posted By Neo
Thanks.... But on the (off) topic of the...
Thanks....

But on the (off) topic of the duckduckgo.com domain name.... where is the unicode char in that domain you are referencing?

Maybe I am as dumb as a rock (it has been rumored to be so,...
346
Posted By Neo
I see. Thanks. FYI (mostly off topic), I...
I see. Thanks.

FYI (mostly off topic), I think the hyphen-minus is considered both an ASCII char as well as Unicode.

######### START MOSTLY OFF TOPIC REFERENCE #########

Reference:


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346
Posted By Neo
Sorry, for my question, but do not understand...
Sorry, for my question, but do not understand "why".

Why do you need to save filenames with these Unicode characters.

What value does having these Unicode characters in the filenames add to...
564
Posted By Neo
And here is a basic code example for using the...
And here is a basic code example for using the arduino for an SMS project (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/GSMExamplesSendSMS):

https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/GSMExamplesSendSMS




...
564
Posted By Neo
Or this kit, also on AliExpress...
Or this kit, also on AliExpress (https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32865477089.html):
564
Posted By Neo
Or maybe this kit,...
Or maybe this kit, (https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32953399908.html?spm=a2g0o.detail.0.0.4d8582fcn1cmUD&gps-id=pcDetailFavMayLike) also on AliExpress?
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564
Posted By Neo
How about this as a arduino project with an sms...
How about this as a arduino project with an sms board?



See for example, from AliExpress...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Days Ago
1,345
Posted By Neo
Just shaved about 200ms from the mysql query used...
Just shaved about 200ms from the mysql query used on the user badge page for each user by adding a field in the user database to store the total tag count for each user and moving that query to a...
Forum: Programming 3 Days Ago
1,018
Posted By Neo
Here is a copy of the Amazon review I wrote for...
Here is a copy of the Amazon review I wrote for this Casio PRIZM FX-CG50:




PS: The way the Casio PRIZM FX-CG50 runs Python is not impressive at all.
Forum: Solaris 3 Days Ago
447
Posted By Neo
I don't think it is a big deal. But, if I...
I don't think it is a big deal.

But, if I were you, I would install chrony (https://chrony.tuxfamily.org/) . (just takes a minute or two) and compare the results.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Days Ago
1,729
Posted By Neo
Great debugging job! Victor (vbe) found...
Great debugging job!

Victor (vbe) found another issue in the trivia DB and I have confirmed the bug and fixed it.

Also. I have adjusted all recorded user scores to this question (47 total...
207
Posted By Neo
From mobile ... So it is really simple. ...
From mobile ...

So it is really simple.

Formatted time strings are for humans.

Unix time is for computers.

Do all your time operations on a computer with time represented as unix time.
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207
Posted By Neo
No You do not do any calculations,...
No

You do not do any calculations, operations, math or otherwise in any format other than in unix time.

You should never do any calculations in "date" (string) format or compare strings.
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207
Posted By Neo
Note, you can probably just do something like...
Note, you can probably just do something like this:

query="select UNIX_TIMESTAMP(TimeLog) as mytime FROM TemperatureLOG order by mytime DESC LIMIT 1;"
207
Posted By Neo
Yeah, that is your "problem" You store the...
Yeah, that is your "problem"

You store the date and time as a formatted datetime string.

This creates a mess.

It is best to store all your dates (as I said) as an integer(11) not a string...
207
Posted By Neo
Personally, I always convert formatted time...
Personally, I always convert formatted time strings to a unix timestamp before doing time operations, and then covert the resulting time stamp back to a formatted time string if I need one.

Also,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 4 Days Ago
1,345
Posted By Neo
Mitigated this slow query for "tag search" and...
Mitigated this slow query for "tag search" and the associated "similar man page".

Still need fine tuning for bad spelling of tags, etc; but over all the performance is much better (and the...
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