I’m fairly new the custom post types, but here’s my issue. I have several custom post types (products, events and services). For each I have a custom single and archive template. For example: I have a archive-template (archive-services.php) and it’s assigned as a page-template to domain.com/who-we-are/services where I loop all the service posts. In the…Details
Many times whilst building and deploying an application you need to store API keys and credentials for 3rd party services. In my case I need to store them outside the snapcraft.yml so I can use it to build my app as a snap.
Well this is the last piece of “Windows only” software that I regularly use. Since I don’t intend to upgrade to Windows 10, if I can get this to work on Ubuntu, it’s bye-bye to Windows. According to the VideoSubFinder website and elsewhere I checked, this software is Windows only. The only software I am…Details
I want to install Ubuntu in dual boot mode with windows 10. but i have a problem, drives are different in windows and in ubuntu! i also tried it with fdisk but this problem is still unsolved! ——–in windows, i have 5 drive (sum of them size are 1TB) but in linux i just see…Details
I bought a HP USB-C Mini Dock (running Ubuntu 18 now), which has an HDMI and a VGA port, but it turns out that technically, I can only use either the HDMI or the VGA (if both are plugged in HDMI seems to be preferred). My gut feeling is that this is the limitation of…Details
full node bitcoin I have a 32-bit Windows 7 PC, can I run a node with an SSD?Details
I have a JavaRDD<List<String>> and my file is getting written with  at the beginning and end of each list of strings when I use javacontext.parallelize(rdd).coalesce(1, true).saveAsTextFile(“dirname”); Can we convert JavaRDD<List<String>> to JavaRDD<String> and write it to a file?Details
It seems as though tidyjson inner joins nested arrays, thus excluding records with “missing data” in form of empty child arrays. Is there a way to get left-join-like behaviour instead, thus filling missing data with NAs? For example, these simple data have one record with a populated nested array (middles) and two records where middles…Details