NVIDIA-SMI couldn’t find libnvidia-ml.so library and nothing in /usr/lib/nvidia

I got the error below when I ran nvidia-smi: $ nvidia-smi NVIDIA-SMI couldn’t find libnvidia-ml.so library in your system. Please make sure that the NVIDIA Display Driver is properly installed and present in your system. Please also try adding directory that contains libnvidia-ml.so to your system PATH. I looked for where libnvidia-ml.so could be: $…

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What meanings do the “NodeId”, “Version” and “Services” convey on Peers tab of Bitcoin-qt Debug window?

As shown in the picture, Is “NodeId” the ordered number (among all the existing bitcoin-core nodes) of the node that I am connected to? How does “Version” differ from the “User Agent” version (on the picture, Version is displayed as 70015 and User Agent is displayed as “/Satoshi:0.18.0/)”? And lastly, what does the “Service” mean…

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Similar to with regex in Postgresql

In Postgresql database I have a column called names where I have some names which need to be parsed using regex to clean up punctuation parts. I am able to get a clean name using regexp_replace as follows: select regexp_replace(name,’\.COM|”[A-Z]|[^a-zA-Z0-9 -]+|\s(?=&)|(?<!\w\w)(?:\s+|-)(?!\w\w)’,”,’g’) from tableA However, I would like to compare with some strings that are also…

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Validate JWT (ES256) Token with —PUBLIC KEY— in c#

I have got a JWT that is created by my AWS ALB using an OpenID Connector. I need to verify the Token in my c# application. But I struggle to get it working. AWS describes the token validation here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/application/listener-authenticate-users.html?icmpid=docs_elbv2_console It should work in 3 steps: Get the key id from the token Read the…

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