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No, That Mac Factory in Texas Is Not New

Slashdot.org - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 10:21
President Trump on Wednesday toured a Texas plant that makes high-end Apple computers, chatting with Apple's chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, and accepting a plate with the words "Assembled in USA." From a report: It was a pretty typical publicity event, until the end. Mr. Trump walked in front of the news cameras and took credit for the plant, suggesting it had opened that day. "For me, this is a very special day," he said. Mr. Cook stood next to him, stone-faced. The plant has been making Apple computers since 2013. Immediately after Mr. Trump's comments, Mr. Cook thanked the president and his staff. "I'm grateful for their support in pulling today off and getting us to this far. It would not be possible without them," he said. He did not correct the record. The moment was part of a bizarre afternoon in Texas, where the president played up a six-year-old factory as evidence of his three-year-old presidency's success in bringing manufacturing jobs back to the United States. It showed Mr. Trump's willingness to leverage his influence over American companies in his pitch to voters that he deserves another four years in the White House. And it illustrated the complicated position that Mr. Cook and other corporate executives find themselves in with this president, forced to stand silently by while he sometimes misleads about their businesses. [...] On Wednesday, Mr. Trump called Mr. Cook a "very special person" because of his ability to create jobs. He turned to Mr. Cook and said, "What would you say about our economy compared to everybody else?" Mr. Cook replied, "I think we have the strongest economy in the world." "Strongest in the world," Mr. Trump said. The president then took questions on the impeachment inquiry and launched into a tirade against "the fake press." Mr. Cook stood silently nearby.

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Creating restaurant review android app -- 2

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 10:09
Refer app -yelp Yelp.com(simple version) 1.design -logo and everything 2.android and server(php) Functions -login &sign up -make a post of restaurant with images -comment ,review and rate -show restaurant... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Android, Linux, MySQL, PHP, Website Design)
Categories: Freelance, Linux

Open Port for secondary IP in Plesk

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 09:50
Hi guys, I've a err connection timeout error on secondary IP, how can i configure it to plesk to allow connections without timeout? thanks (Budget: €8 - €30 EUR, Jobs: DNS, Linux, Plesk, System Admin)
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Urgent: Scrapy sitemap parsing gig

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 09:44
I have a huge list of domains that we need to parse to get all of the sitemap data out of. I’ll provide csv of all the domains. You might need to normalize them (checking http/https protocol) and check www or not... (Budget: $25 - $50 USD, Jobs: Linux, Python, Scrapy, Software Architecture, Web Scraping)
Categories: Freelance, Linux

Apple Locks Top Secret-Spiller Out of His Developer Account

Slashdot.org - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 09:40
Guilherme Rambo, one of the top Apple secret-spillers, says Apple locked him out of his developer account, preventing him from accessing critical tools needed to create and update iOS and Mac apps. From a report: In a blog post detailing his problem, Rambo revealed that Apple locked him out in August. Since then, all his attempts to resolve the issue met a dead end, he says. Rambo's post doesn't mention that he digs through Apple beta software looking for clues about unreleased Apple products -- and publishes his findings on 9to5Mac. That might be the precise reason why he's locked out. A famously secretive company, Apple historically took harsh measures against leakers and rumor mongers.

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Need help with an operating systems code

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 09:39
Working with UNIX, C programming to do a project, the project is as follows: Step 1: Populate the job Queue with 100 processes. For each process, auto increment (starting from 1) the PID and randomly select Time (in the range 1-30)... (Budget: $30 - $250 CAD, Jobs: C Programming, C++ Programming, Linux, Software Architecture, UNIX)
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This 'Robot Lawyer' Can Take the Mystery Out of License Agreements

Slashdot.org - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 09:00
DoNotPay, the "robot lawyer" service that helps you contest parking tickets and even sue people, is launching a new tool to help customers understand license agreements. From a report: Called "Do Not Sign," the service is included with DoNotPay's monthly $3 subscription fee, and it lets users upload, scan, or copy and paste the URLs of any license agreements they'd like to check. The service uses machine learning to highlight clauses it thinks users need to know about, including options to opt out from data collection. It's available starting today, November 20th, on the web and via DoNotPay's app on iOS. Agreeing to lengthy license agreements is an almost weekly occurrence for many people, with modern smart devices forcing you to hit "agree" on every new contract. Do Not Sign isn't a replacement for a real lawyer, but it's better than accepting a license agreement sight unseen so you can start using a shiny new gadget, service, or app without delay.

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Install SSL on server - WordPress

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:52
Our SSL certificate has expired. We purchased a new one and it needs to be installed. (Budget: $10 - $20 USD, Jobs: HTML, Linux, PHP, Web Hosting, WordPress)
Categories: Freelance, Linux

linux openwrt package compile

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:49
we are needing someone to compile this package to work in Openwrt as a OPKG package with all its dependent packages. https://packages.debian.org/sid/net/google-cloud-print-connector https://github.com/google/cloud-print-connector/wiki/Build-from-source#linux... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Debian, Linux, Network Administration, Red Hat, System Admin)
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Bangladesh Teamviewer

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:42
I am looking for someone who can serve your pc from Bangladesh using Teamviewer. We can't use VPS and VPN cause of IP issues. (Budget: €2 - €6 EUR, Jobs: Computer Security, DNS, Linux, Network Administration, System Admin)
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R specialist to make legacy project run

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:36
What is the mission : We must operate a program written in R that has been provided to us. We have the source code but it doesn't work because it was written a long time ago and the author is no longer reachable... (Budget: €750 - €1500 EUR, Jobs: Linux, R Programming Language, Shell Script)
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Need developer to configure system for oracle & linux

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:18
Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release - 64bit Production § GlassFish (build 5) / ADF Essentials 12.1.3 / JDK 7 § Tomcat 8.0.26 / Java 8 (Acumen BI) § Weblogic/Frm Version... (Budget: $2 - $8 USD, Jobs: CentOs, Database Administration, Linux, Oracle, System Admin)
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Error 500 while uploading a video to server

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:04
Hello, I have a wordpress system on AWS instance. On the video upload section and sometime from different computers and different networks I get this error. (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, Linux, Nginx, PHP, WordPress)
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restore mysql backup file in phpmyadmin

Freelancer.com - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:03
just restore the data from .sql file (Budget: ₹600 - ₹1500 INR, Jobs: Database Administration, Linux, MySQL, PHP, SQL)
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Vertebrates Became Predators By Tweaking the Neural Crest

Slashdot.org - Thu, 11/21/2019 - 08:00
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Phys.Org: Caltech scientists have discovered that a population of embryonic stem cells called neural crest cells may help explain how vertebrates progressively evolved a more and more efficient head. Neural crest cells originate within the developing central nervous system before migrating throughout the embryo. They are a major player in the development of the jaws and other important components of the head and face, making them a good candidate for a role in vertebrate head evolution. The study, led by postdoctoral scholar Megan Martik, began by comparing the genetic makeup of lamprey neural crest with that of chicken embryos. The team discovered that the lamprey neural crest cells lacked important genes that are present in the head neural crest of birds and mammals, and critical for making advanced structures like the jaw. The team wondered how the neural crest ultimately acquired the genes. To look for clues, they examined the neural crest genes of animals that have jaws, such as sharks and zebrafish, and evolved after lamprey but well before chickens and other birds. Martik and her colleagues found that the genetic program that helped to make the head more sophisticated was created by the progressive addition of genes to the neural crest repertoire as the vertebrate tree of life advanced and new species evolved. The study has been published in the journal Nature.

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