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Fix Compilation error in Linux build, Windows works

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 05:45
We want to use an open source project but the build does not work throwing an error in an <algorithm> function. as follows. /usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/bits/mathcalls.h:319:50: error: macro "round" requires... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: C Programming, C++ Programming, Linux, Software Architecture)
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Migrate Email Accounts from CentOS Web Panel to cPanel Server

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 05:25
Looking for someone to migrate a single domain's email accounts from CentOS Web Panel (CWP) to cPanel/WHM Server. We have root access to both servers. (Budget: ₹100 - ₹400 INR, Jobs: CentOs, Linux, Server, System Admin)
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Support for NextCloud 15

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 04:44
We can't login to NextCloud any more and get no error messages. We need support for this issue. We provide a HTML5 console access, no SSH. (Budget: €18 - €36 EUR, Jobs: Linux)
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need a Rocks Cluster expert to install nvidia drivers on all nodes

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 04:19
need a Rocks Cluster expert to install nvidia drivers on all nodes (Budget: ₹100 - ₹400 INR, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, UNIX)
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vmware creation 3 machine vps and config

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 04:16
VPS CREATION vmwareexy 6.5creation 3 vps bind machine (example) ns1.domain.com ip: 00.00.00.00 ns2.domain.com IP: 00.00.00.00 1machine centos cpanelwhm 1machine centos cpanelwhm 1machine centos virtualmin... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Debian, Linux, System Admin, Ubuntu, VMware)
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need a Rocks Cluster expert for centos7

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 04:11
need a Rocks Cluster expert for centos7 (Budget: ₹100 - ₹400 INR, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration, PHP, System Admin, UNIX)
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A Rocket Built By Students Reached Space For the First Time

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 04:00
In the early morning of April 21, 10 students from the University of Southern California's Rocket Propulsion Lab successfully launched a rocket above the Karman Line, the imaginary boundary that separates earth's atmosphere and space. As Wired reports, this is the first time a collegiate rocket has made it to space. The team may have successfully accomplished this feat last September with their Traveler III rocket, but the team "failed to activate the avionics payload, so none of its flight data got recorded." From the report: Like the Civilian Space Exploration Team, the USC lab focused on solid fuel rockets, which require far less complicated -- and dangerous -- motors than the liquid fuel rockets launched by SpaceX or Blue Origin. Some of the rockets being developed by the leaders of the collegiate space race have two stages, but the USC team opted for a single-stage rocket. If you're trying to get to orbit, which requires reaching speeds of more than 17,000 mph, a two-stage rocket is a must, so as to jettison the dead weight of empty propellant tanks. But for lower altitudes and speeds, a single-stage rocket can do the trick. In 2013, the USC rocket team attempted its first space shot with the Traveler I, which exploded just seconds after launch. A similar fate befell Traveler II, which was launched the following year. Clearly, it was time to make some changes. Following the failure of the first two Traveler rockets, the USC team began to develop the Fathom rocket and Graveler motor as testbeds for flight systems that would be used on subsequent space shots. The Fathom rocket was effectively a scaled-down version of the Traveler rocket that allowed the USC team to build multiple rockets in quick succession to see how the subsystems worked together. After extensive ground tests, the team's Fathom II rocket set a record when it reached an altitude of 144,000 feet in 2017. Other collegiate rocket teams had reached only about 100,000 feet. The time seemed ripe to attempt another spaceshot.

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Looking for expert in Google cloud platform, Dataproc and Python

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 03:10
Looking for expert in Google cloud platform, Dataproc and Python (Budget: ₹1500 - ₹12500 INR, Jobs: Data Processing, Google Cloud Platform, Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Ubuntu 19.10 Puts Nvidia's Proprietary GPU Driver Right On The ISO - Forbes

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 03:05
Ubuntu 19.10 Puts Nvidia's Proprietary GPU Driver Right On The ISO  Forbes

In Ubuntu 19.04, Canonical introduced the ability to download Nvidia's propriety graphics driver during the OS installation process (provided the user has an ...

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XWayland Receive An EGL-Based GLX Provider, Helping Various Games On Linux - Phoronix

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 02:26
XWayland Receive An EGL-Based GLX Provider, Helping Various Games On Linux  Phoronix

A notable improvement was merged into the "xserver" Git tree for the eventual X.Org Server 1.21 release that will improve the support for various Linux games ...

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How artists use AI and AR: collaborations with Google Arts & CultureHow artists use AI and AR: collaborations with Google Arts & Culture

GoogleBlog - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 02:05

For centuries, creative people have turned tools into art, or come up with inventions to change how we think about the world around us. Today you can explore the intersection of art and technology through two new experiments, created by artists in collaboration with the Google Arts & Culture Lab, only recently announced at Google I/O 2019.


Created by artists Molmol Kuo & Zach Lieberman, Weird Cuts lets you make collages using augmented reality. You can select one of the cutouts shown in the camera screen to take a photo in a particular shape. The resulting cut-out can then be copy-pasted into the space around you, as seen through your camera’s eye. Download the app, available on iOS and Android, at g.co/weirdcuts.

Weird cuts in action 

Want to design your very own artwork with AI? Artist duo Pinar & Viola and Google engineer Alexander Mordvintsev—best known for his work on DeepDream—used machine learning to create a tool to do so. To use Infinite Patterns, upload an image and a DeepDream algorithm will transform and morph it into a unique pattern. For Pinar & Viola it is the perfect way to find new design inspirations for fashion by challenging one’s perception of shape, color and reality.

Infinite Patterns

These experiments were created in the Google Arts & Culture Lab, where we invite artists and coders to explore how technology can inspire artistic creativity. Collaborations at the Lab gave birth to Cardboard, the affordable VR headset, and Art Selfie, which has matched millions of selfies with works of art around the world.


To continue to encourage this emerging field of art with machine intelligence, we’re announcing the Artists + Machine Intelligence Grants for contemporary artists exploring creative applications of machine learning. This program will offer artists engineering mentorship, access to core Google research, and project funding.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are greats tool for artists, and there’s so much more to learn. If you’re curious about its origins and future, dive into the online exhibition “AI: More than Human” by the Barbican Centre, in which some of the world’s leading experts, artists and innovators explore the evolving relationship between humans and technology.


You can try our new experiments as well as the digital exhibition on the Google Arts & Culture app for iOS and Android.Two new experiments on Google Arts & Culture and an artists grant program push the limits of how Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality can be used by artists.
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Monthly server admin to maintain our servers

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 01:37
We have web, DR, log, mail, NAS, DB, firewall servers. We need someone to do the following on our servers: - Install/update any software if required - Troubleshoot and fix in case of any problem on servers - Do new configuration if required (rare) It is a monthly long terms job... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, System Admin)
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openSUSE Leap 15.1 Is Here: Offers Full Linux Experience On Raspberry Pi - Fossbytes

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 01:36
openSUSE Leap 15.1 Is Here: Offers Full Linux Experience On Raspberry Pi  Fossbytes

openSUSE Leap 15.1 comes with many new innovations that benefit the overall performance, security, and basic usage. Furthermore, the announcement also ...

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Red Colour in Email Subject

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 01:34
Hi, I want the email subject in red colour. I am currenlty using red hat linux 7. I am using mail / mailx / sendmail functionlity to send email. I wanted email to come with red subject. may be html will be used while sending email... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Linux, Python, Shell Script, System Admin)
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Why Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers - Container Journal

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 01:00
Why Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers  Container Journal

Compared to Linux containers, there are few obvious reasons to run containers on Windows. Here's why I believe Linux is the better choice.

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Why Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers - Container Journal

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 01:00
Why Windows Containers Are Less Attractive Than Linux Containers  Container Journal

Compared to Linux containers, there are few obvious reasons to run containers on Windows. Here's why I believe Linux is the better choice.

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Keep Your Hilton Honors Points From Expiring with a $1 Amazon Purchase

MyMoneyBlog.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 00:54

Updated with alternative method. My relative lack of travel these days means that I am constantly keeping miles and points from expiring. Here’s the official policy of Hilton Honors point expiration:

Hilton Honors Points do not expire as long as Members remain active in the program. To keep an account active, Members can stay at one of Hilton’s hotels, or earn or redeem Hilton Honors Points within 12 months. [For Hilton Honors credit card holders, Hilton Honors Points will not expire as long as the Member is a cardholder in good standing.]

You need to earn or spend Hilton points every 12 months, which is on the short side. My usual strategy is to use Hilton Honors Dining to earn a few points at my neighborhood burger joint, but I was running short on time. I found that you can redeem Hilton points at Amazon through their Shop with Points program. The redemption ratio is 500 Hilton Honors points = $1 on Amazon.

First, link your Hilton Honors account to Amazon.

Next simply use as little as 5 Hilton Honors points to offset $0.01 of any purchase. If you were planing on buying something for $25, just pay for $0.01 with Hilton points, and $24.99 on your credit card. You used to be able to simply buy a $1 Amazon gift code for 500 points and call it a day, but that is no longer an option. If you have Amazon Prime and no other needs, you can still buy one of the following items that cost only $1 or less:

Checkout and choose to pay with Hilton Points, where you can specify to only use as little as 5 points ($0.01). You would want to make sure that it is in stock, so they charge you immediately.

Check for the activity to show up in your Hilton.com account the same day as it is shipped:

Bottom line. If you have Hilton points expiring soon, you can redeem as little as 5 Hilton points for $0.01 off any Amazon purchase and create qualifying activity that posts the same day. If you have Amazon Prime, I share some $1 ideas. Hilton points are more valuable when redeemed for a free hotel night, but in this case it can be worth sacrificing a few to keep the rest alive and active.


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Looking for expert in google Cloud platform ,Dataproc and python

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 00:44
Looking for expert in google Cloud platform ,Dataproc and python (Budget: ₹1500 - ₹12500 INR, Jobs: Data Processing, Google Cloud Platform, Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Fork pfsense and make logo changes

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 00:12
Hi , Id like someone to fork this and build me a version with modified images in the Web UI. Change some text in the HTML file. No changes in the actual system itself. Thanks (Budget: $30 - $250 AUD, Jobs: Git, Linux, UNIX)
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SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites On Thrice-Flown Rocket, Sticks Landing

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 00:08
SpaceX's fifth Falcon 9 rocket of the year successfully launched from Cape Canaveral this evening, sending 60 internet-beaming satellites into space. Space.com reports: Following the successful launch, the rocket's first stage gently touched down on a floating platform at sea, marking the company's 40th booster recovery. It was the third flight for this particular booster, marking just the second time SpaceX has flown a Falcon 9 first stage more than twice. The third time was a charm for SpaceX as the Falcon 9 lifted off at 10:30 p.m. EDT (0230 GMT on May 24) from Space Launch Complex 40 at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station here, following several delays: first a 24-hour delay due to high upper-level winds on May 15, and then a weeklong delay so SpaceX could give the onboard satellites a software software upgrade. Tucked inside the rocket's nose cone were 60 satellites -- the first batch of SpaceX's Starlink megaconstellation, which the company hopes will help provide affordable internet coverage to the world. Each of the Starlink satellites weighs 500 lbs. (227 kg). The 60-spacecraft haul is the heaviest payload that a Falcon 9 has yet hoisted to orbit, SpaceX representatives have said. The aerospace company plans to launch nearly 12,000 of these satellites in total, "which will park themselves in low-Earth orbit and beam internet coverage to the world below," the report says. "There will be two Starlink flocks: one constellation of 4,409 satellites and a second constellation of 7,518 satellites, according to an agreement with the FCC." The one caveat is that the FCC approvals require SpaceX to launch half of the planned satellites within the next six years.

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