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2021.10.17 21:00 AutoNewspaperAdmin [AU] - We need to talk about Christmas as Victoria opens up | Sydney Morning Herald

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2021.10.17 21:00 livia2lima Day 11 - Finding things...

INTRO Today we’ll look at how you find files, and text inside these files, quickly and efficiently.
It can be very frustrating to know that a file or setting exists, but not be able to track it down! Master today’s commands and you’ll be much more confident as you administer your systems.
Today you’ll look at four useful tools:
INSTRUCTIONS locate If you're looking for a file called access.log then the quickest approach is to use "locate" like this:
$ locate access.log /valog/apache2/access.log /valog/apache2/access.log.1 /valog/apache2/access.log.2.gz 
(If locate is not installed, do so with sudo apt install mlocate)
As you can see, by default it treats a search for "something" as a search for "*something*". It’s very fast because it searches an index, but if this index is out of date or missing it may not give you the answer you’re looking for. This is because the index is created by the updatedb command - typically run only nightly by cron. It may therefore be out of date for recently added files, so it can be worthwhile updating the index by manually running: sudo updatedb.
find The find command searches down through a directory structure looking for files which match some criteria - which could be name, but also size, or when last updated etc. Try these examples:
find /var -name access.log find /home -mtime -3 
The first searches for files with the name "access.log", the second for any file under /home with a last-modified date in the last 3 days.
These will take longer than locate did because they search through the filesystem directly rather from an index. Also, because find uses the permissions of the logged-in user you’ll get “permission denied” messages for many directories if you search the whole system. Starting the command with sudo of course will run it as root - or you could filter the errors with grep like this: find /var -name access.log 2>&1 | grep -vi "Permission denied".
These examples are just the tip of a very large iceberg, check the articles in the RESOURCES section and work through as many examples as you can - time spent getting really comfortable with find is not wasted.
grep -R Rather than asking "grep" to search for text within a specific file, you can give it a whole directory structure, and ask it to recursively search down through it, including following all symbolic links (which -r does not). This trick is particularly handy when you "just know" that an item appears "somewhere" - but are not sure where.
As an example, you know that “PermitRootLogin” is an ssh parameter in a config file somewhere under /etc, but can’t recall exactly where it is kept:
grep -R -i "PermitRootLogin" /etc/*
Because this only works on plain text files, it's most useful for the /etc and /valog folders. (Notice the -i which makes the search “case insensitive”, finding the setting even if it’s been entered as “Permitrootlogin”
You may now have logs like /valog/access.log.2.gz - these are older logs that have been compressed to save disk space - so you can't read them with less, or search them with grep. However, there are zless and zgrep, which do work, and on ordinary as well as compressed files.
which It's sometimes useful to know where a command is being run from. If you type nano, and it starts, where is the nano binary coming from? The general rule is that the system will search through the locations setup in your "path". To see this type:
echo $PATH
To see where nano comes from, type:
which nano
Try this for grep, vi and service and reboot. You'll notice that they’re typically always in subfolders named bin, but that there are several different ones.
EXTENSION The "-exec" feature of the "find" command is extremely powerful. Test some examples of this from the RESOURCES links.
RESOURCES PREVIOUS DAY'S LESSON Copyright 2012-2021 @snori74 (Steve Brorens). Can be reused under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0).
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2021.10.17 21:00 NewsElfForEnterprise Tesla starts delivering refreshed Model X to customers

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2021.10.17 21:00 BlankVerse Bill Kristol: Buttigieg entitled to call Tucker Carlson a 'repulsive bigot'

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2021.10.17 21:00 Sad-Relationship-277 Is something wrong with my account?

After a month of not using duolingo, I typed in the site and I keep getting the page 403 forbidden. When I use another device with no account logged in, the site is fine. Has my account been hacked or deleted without my knowledge?
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2021.10.17 21:00 Mistah_Dimas Adele - Easy on Me (PVNDVMONIUM Remix)

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2021.10.17 21:00 mavrikaudio Lofi Vocals Samples From Old Movies For $1

Hey Guys,
I made a sample pack of royalty-free dialogue vocals from vintage movies like those you always hear in those lofi productions... except these can't get you sued for copyright infringement, lol.
The Lite Version usually goes for 5 bucks but it's on sale right now for $1.
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2021.10.17 21:00 My_name_is_Bot Fatal crash shuts down SR-48

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2021.10.17 21:00 rtbot2 Windows 10, iOS 15, Ubuntu, Chrome fall at China's Tianfu hacking contest

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2021.10.17 21:00 aceoffuture011 Sig change ticket

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2021.10.17 21:00 ArmTheApes TIFU by being a bit too unclear to a waiter which led to him being very, very emberassed

The day before yesterday I decided to do my freelance-writing work in a café/restaurant nearby that I really like. So, with the laptop in my bag I asked one of the waiters:
"Hey, I would like to work here a bit, do you guys have wifi?"
To which he answered: "sure, just go to my colleague over there and introduce yourself. Kitchen or service?"
Me: "Come again?"
Him: "Kitchen or service?"
Me: "Where's the difference right now?" (I thought that was a question about what I wanted to order later).
Him: "Where do you want to work?"
It was only at this point that I realized what a total miscommunication we had going on here and I answered: "oh no, I'm sorry, I want to work with my laptop on my own projects here – and he blushed SO hard like I've never seen it before. Sorry, unknown waiter, my bad. But to be fair: I did ask for wifi, but still :D
TL/DR: I told a waiter that I'd like to work in their café/restaurant without telling them that I only wanted to work with my own laptop and not in the kitchen.
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2021.10.17 21:00 fencing123 Sculpture outside of Ringsend Library in Dublin. Always reminds me of the Faceless Men!

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2021.10.17 21:00 Informal-Reality Finally debuted my Remake Rufus Shinra Cosplay at the FF7R Orchestra!

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2021.10.17 21:00 MasterMaintenance596 Direct Deposit / Cashout Help!?

Hey guys, what happens if i take off my direct deposit? I need to pay a bill tomorrow but instacart will hold my tips until wednesday since it’s the start of a new week tomorrow. Is there a way that i can just do cash outs only and take off direct deposit?
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2021.10.17 21:00 DMHshadow Korea: Until Daybreak (1990) - This tape features south Korea's decade-long street insurrections from the point of view of students, farmers, and workers who have stood in the front line of the reunification movement, and against economic exploitation and militarism [58:00]

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2021.10.17 21:00 ayahanna 18F [Chat] How do you feel about arranged marriages?

I’ve heard a lot of people from the West disagree with arranged marriage or marriage agreements. What are your thoughts?
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2021.10.17 21:00 code_hunter_cc Return a requests.Response object from Flask

Flask
I'm trying to build a simple proxy using Flask and requests. The code is as follows:
@app.route('/es///', methods=['GET', 'POST', 'PUT']):def es(index, type, id): elasticsearch = find_out_where_elasticsearch_lives() # also handle some authentication url = '%s%s%s%s' % (elasticsearch, index, type, id) esreq = requests.Request(method=request.method, url=url, headers=request.headers, data=request.data) resp = requests.Session().send(esreq.prepare()) return resp.text This works, except that it loses the status code from Elasticsearch. I tried returning resp (a requests.models.Response) directly, but this fails with
TypeError: 'Response' object is not callable Is there another, simple, way to return a requests.models.Response from Flask?
Answer link : https://codehunter.cc/a/flask/return-a-requests-response-object-from-flask
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