When my wife added a tab-delimited text table as a layer in her GIS program, nine of her points got rejected. This was odd because the XY values in those records (UTM eastings and northings) were no different in format from all the other XY pairs in the table, and were well within the numerical range of the others as well. So why the nine rejections? I tried some tinkering on the command line to find out.
All things considered, OnionShare is an amazing open-source tool that lets you share files using the Tor Onion service. It should be an amazing alternative to all the cloud file sharing services. OnionShare is a free and open-source tool that utilizes the Tor network to share files securely and anonymously. Learn how to use this privacy tool in Linux.
Trenz has launched an open-spec, 99 Euro “ZynqBerryZero” pseudo-clone of the RPi Zero SBC with a Zynq-7010 Arm/FPGA SoC, a microSD slot, dual micro-USB, mini-HDMI, CSI-2, and 40-pin GPIO. Back in 2017, we missed the ZynqBerry SBC from Trenz Electronic, which combines a Xilinx Zynq-7010 FPGA SoC with a Raspberry Pi. Now Trenz has followed […]
Every few weeks, another security story appears saying how insecure Linux is. There[he]#039[/he]s only one problem with most of them: They[he]#039[/he]re fake news. The real problem is incompetent system administrators.
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