Bash: get a list of container names from docker-compose.yml

I have my containers scattered into multiple docker-compose.yml files (https://docs.docker.com/compose/extends/). They are separated based on the project, but a few containers are common to all projects. I have a neat shell script which lets me easily start a few projects at a time: ./myscript.sh up project1 project2 This executes: docker-compose up -d -f shared/docker-compose.yml -f…

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Deleting Qwidget object is not freeing memory [closed]

I am trying to verify if removing widget releases the allocated memory for that widget. I have written a small piece of code to test that. class MyWidget(QWidget): def __init__(self): QWidget.__init__(self) self.button = QPushButton(“Add widget!”) self.layout = QVBoxLayout() self.layout.addWidget(self.button) self.setLayout(self.layout) self.button.clicked.connect(self.addWidget) class testWidget(QWidget): def __init__(self,Object): super().__init__() self.mainObject = Object self.layout = QVBoxLayout() self.list = QListWidget()…

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Directory rewrite in .htaccess to another directory

I have .htaccess that does this: https://example.com/john shows the contents of the directory https://example.com/user/index.php?username=john RewriteRule ^([a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)$ /user/index.php?username=$1 [QSA] How can I make it so https://example.com/john/blah will show the contents of https://example.com/user/blah? Only show contents of /user folder if my previous rewrite rule was applied. For example: example.com/john/haha —> example.com/user/haha example.com/privacy/blah —> // Will show 404…

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How do I disable secure boot in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Windows 10 Microsoft store version)?

I’m running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS from the Microsoft store on my Windows 10 machine and trying to install CUDA on it. Along the installation process I get the following error: Executing NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-440.33.01.run –ui=none –no-questions –accept-license –disable-nouveau –no-cc-version-check –install-libglvnd 2>&1 And after some internet browsing I find that the solution is to disable secure boot on…

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