Image_picker dependency in Flutter doesn’t let me compile my app with an Error message

I wanted to add the image_picker library for my App registration, where the user can pick an image when he clicks on a button. My dependecies: dependencies: flutter: sdk: flutter provider: ^3.2.0 firebase_auth: ^0.15.2 password_strength: ^0.1.2 keyboard_avoider: ^0.1.2 image_picker: ^0.6.2+3 Everything worked nice but after adding the image_picker in the pubspec.yaml i get the error:…

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Why this chisel code compiling without error with wrong size UInt assignement?

I declared a Module port like this (it was a mistake) in my top RawModule: class TopMyModule extends RawModule { … val enet1_tx_data0 = IO(Output(Bool())) val enet1_tx_data1 = IO(Output(Bool())) … val tx1data = IO(Output(Bool())) … And connected it like this : tx1data := enet1_tx_data1 ## enet1_tx_data0 The ‘##’ operator should concatenate the two bits in…

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WordPress – SSL not working – browser console error “Mixed Content” and “Failed to load resource”

I wanted to run SSL on my website (tomcar24.pl) but I can’t probably due to console error: http://prntscr.com/qc74tr http://prntscr.com/qc755u I tried to find that old domain geriamedica.pl (I used it while developing website) but can’t at all. I have downloaded all possible folders – theme and plugins – didn’t find anything. Changed theme to default…

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dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting: package ‘libistack-commons-java’ Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)

I’m in Ubuntu 18.04, and now I’m dealing with this “fatal error” in dpkg folder, while trying to install some random apps… Some of them are returning this error: dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting: reading files list for package ‘libistack-commons-java’: Input/output error E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2) I don’t know exactly what…

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When Connected in WiFi if I connect the ethernet cable Ubuntu 19.10 doesn’t switch to ethernet connection

I noticed that if I’m connected to wifi and then I connect my desk ethernet cable, the connection keep to go through the lower speed wifi instead to switch to the Wired and faster connection as expected. NOTE: both connections land on the same vlan/subnet. Previous versions of Ubuntu behave like Windows, giving priority to…

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