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2023.06.02 14:37 WideFox116 Should I even bother?

I posted this in another sub, but I'd just like more opinions on it. Would really appreciate your opinions, because I don't know a lot about this sort of stuff. (Not sure if this would matter but I'm in South Africa).
My brother in law had given me his secondhand Acer E5-575G laptop for Christmas. While I greatly appreciated the gesture, it was very obvious from the get-go that there were a lot of things wrong with it. He's one of those people who thinks he can upgrade and fix everything himself, so it's no secret he opened it up at some point thinking he could upgrade it to a better gaming laptop or something.
There's a lot wrong with it, like for example the entire battery is just missing and only works while being constantly plugged in. The DVD/CD drive is completely broken too, along with some USB ports. Also kind of looks like some of the keys have areas where something very hot was on it, so some of the keys have melting indentations. To top it all off, I believe the hard drive has, understandably, completely given out. (I'm happy to provide pictures if needed.)
I started getting start up messages asking me to check the hard drive cables, I opened it up only to find many many MANY screws missing on the bottom of the laptop shell and on the hard drive itself. The hard drive chassis is broken too. I didn't even bother to try replacing it, I just put the case back on and gave up. It still switches on but I still get the same message.
Before I even think about how much it's going to cost me, I'd just like to know- in your opinion, is it even worth saving at all? I've lost everything on there that was important anyway, so I'm not even sure if I should even consider trying to get it fixed.
It's very frustrating. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
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2023.06.02 14:36 techhnoblogs Nodejs Interview Questions and Answers for Freshers

Nodejs Interview Questions and Answers for Freshers
Node.js is a super popular server-side platform that more and more organizations are using. If you are preparing for a career change and have an upcoming job interview, it’s always a good idea to prepare and brush up on your interview skills beforehand. Although there are a few commonly asked Node.js interview questions that pop up during all types of interviews, we also recommend that you prepare by focusing on exclusive questions for your specific industry.
We have compiled a comprehensive list of common Node js interview questions that come up often in interviews and the best ways to answer these questions. This will also help you understand the fundamental concepts of Node.js.
Check out the top Node js interview questions and answers for Freshers & Experienced Professionals:
1. What is a first class function in Javascript?
When functions can be treated like any other variable then those functions are first-class functions. There are many other programming languages, for example, scala, Haskell, etc which follow this including JS. Now because of this function can be passed as a param to another function(callback) or a function can return another function(higher-order function). map() and filter() are higher-order functions that are popularly used.
2. What is Node.js and how it works?
Node.js is a virtual machine that uses JavaScript as its scripting language and runs Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Basically, Node.js is based on an event-driven architecture where I/O runs asynchronously making it lightweight and efficient. It is being used in developing desktop applications as well with a popular framework called electron as it provides API to access OS-level features such as file system, network, etc.
3. How do you manage packages in your node.js project?
It can be managed by a number of package installers and their configuration file accordingly. Out of them mostly use npm or yarn. Both provide almost all libraries of javascript with extended features of controlling environment-specific configurations. To maintain versions of libs being installed in a project we use package.json and package-lock.json so that there is no issue in porting that app to a different environment.
4. How is Node.js better than other frameworks most popularly used?
  • Node.js provides simplicity in development because of its non-blocking I/O and even-based model results in short response time and concurrent processing, unlike other frameworks where developers have to use thread management.
  • It runs on a chrome v8 engine which is written in c++ and is highly performant with constant improvement.
  • Also since we will use Javascript in both the frontend and backend the development will be much faster.
  • And at last, there are ample libraries so that we don’t need to reinvent the wheel.
5. Explain the steps how “Control Flow” controls the functions calls?
  • Control the order of execution
  • Collect data
  • Limit concurrency
  • Call the following step in the program.
6. What are some commonly used timing features of Node.js?
  • setTimeout/clearTimeout – This is used to implement delays in code execution.
  • setInterval/clearInterval – This is used to run a code block multiple times.
  • setImmediate/clearImmediate – Any function passed as the setImmediate() argument is a callback that's executed in the next iteration of the event loop.
  • process.nextTick – Both setImmediate and process.nextTick appear to be doing the same thing; however, you may prefer one over the other depending on your callback’s urgency.
7. What are the advantages of using promises instead of callbacks?
The main advantage of using promise is you get an object to decide the action that needs to be taken after the async task completes. This gives more manageable code and avoids callback hell.
8. What is fork in node JS?
A fork in general is used to spawn child processes. In node it is used to create a new instance of v8 engine to run multiple workers to execute the code.
9. Why is Node.js single-threaded?
Node.js was created explicitly as an experiment in async processing. This was to try a new theory of doing async processing on a single thread over the existing thread-based implementation of scaling via different frameworks.
10. How do you create a simple server in Node.js that returns Hello World?
var http = require("http"); http.createServer(function (request, response) { response.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'}); response.end('Hello World\n'); }).listen(3000);
11. How many types of API functions are there in Node.js?
There are two types of API functions:
  • Asynchronous, non-blocking functions - mostly I/O operations which can be fork out of the main loop.
  • Synchronous, blocking functions - mostly operations that influence the process running in the main loop.
12. What is REPL?
PL in Node.js stands for Read, Eval, Print, and Loop, which further means evaluating code on the go.
13. List down the two arguments that async.queue takes as input?
  • Task Function
  • Concurrency Value
14. What is the purpose of module.exports?
This is used to expose functions of a particular module or file to be used elsewhere in the project. This can be used to encapsulate all similar functions in a file which further improves the project structure.
For example, you have a file for all utils functions with util to get solutions in a different programming language of a problem statement.
const getSolutionInJavaScript = async ({ problem_id }) => { ... }; const getSolutionInPython = async ({ problem_id }) => { ... }; module.exports = { getSolutionInJavaScript, getSolutionInPython }
Thus using module.exports we can use these functions in some other file:
const { getSolutionInJavaScript, getSolutionInPython} = require("./utils")
15. What tools can be used to assure consistent code style?
ESLint can be used with any IDE to ensure a consistent coding style which further helps in maintaining the codebase.
I believe that these Node.js interview questions would help you understand what kind of questions may be asked to you in an interview, and by going through these Node.js interview questions, you can prepare and crack your next interview in one go. For more in-depth interview questions on node js which can prepare you even more for any upcoming interviews.
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2023.06.02 14:35 Goldenchicks THIS SATURDAY 6/3 from 6 - 10 pm enjoy live music, pop-up vendors, food trucks, a tiki bar, and photo ops and the official exhibition of the ground mural at Norma Urban Park all happening on the the Peoples Street T-Head!

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2023.06.02 14:32 Nosospam Sweet Cat sucks a huge cock near the Port of Prague

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2023.06.02 14:31 ccrocks426 Unifi Switch Goes Offline on Unifi Conosle

Hi all,
Was hoping someone might be able to help with this:
I'm adding two unifi switches into an existing network with an Aruba core switch. I'm sending a trunk (all tagged vlans) to each unifi switch. When I do this I'm unable to manage the unifi switch but I can manage my unifi access points attached to the unifi switch. If I untag the unifi management vlan on the trunk going to the unifi switch I'm able to manage the switch but I loose management of the Unifi APs connected to that switch. How should I configure the vlans on the trunk between my Aruba and Unifi switches so that I can manage both? How does the unifi switch get an IP address for management? Because I think the way in which this could be solved is to set the IP for the switch so that it acts on a certain VLAN. As on the Arubas I set the IP address on VLAN ID 10 but I do not see a way of doing this on the new unifi switches I have the Ubiquiti USW-Enterprise-48-PoE UniFi 48-Port Layer 3 switches.
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2023.06.02 14:31 LanesGrandma It Should Have Been A Three Hour Tour

If it weren’t for a killer urban legend, Tina and I would celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th
Honestly, I was enjoying a bit of human company after several hours of driving alone, four years ago. Correction. I was trying to enjoy human company. I couldn't identify what was out of sync about Ernestburgh and its inhabitants so I wrote it off to me being picky. I am picky. That's why I was looking this far away from home for the location of my much needed warehouse. I wasn't about to spend the money demanded for run down buildings in my hometown. My odometer assured me I was 114 miles from home. In Ernestburgh. Which isn't in my GPS or on any online map I called up.
Cindy the gas station cashier dropped the cash into my hand and wished me a happy day. Then, haltingly, as if going off script and unsure about doing so, she asked, "What brought you here?"
"Good question," I said, jamming the change into my jacket's inside pocket, "I'm in the market for a warehouse, around 1,000 square feet. Anything like that in town?"
"Let the young lady be on her way," a deep voice boomed behind me. My stomach jumped, although I think I remained calm on the outside as I turned around. A tall, muscular man was nodding at Cindy and me. "Don't mind her, Miss, sometimes we forget our manners here, being we all know each other. You know how that is." He chuckled, although his eyes never smiled. To me, he looked smug. I didn't appreciate that.
"Where are my manners?" I laughed, sticking my hand out to start a handshake. "I'm Lydia from the next town over. And you are?"
He stared at my hand for several seconds before taking it in a quick handshake. "Name's Hopper, Miss Lydia, good to meet you. My wife Cora tells me I need to socialize more and work less, but, you know how it is, I'm sure." He released my hand.
He sounded like he looked, smug. Part of me wanted to egg him on. But I took a breath before speaking and told him I was looking for a motel room for the night. His demeanor softened. "The Deu Lake Inn just reopened after renovations. Go right from our parking lot, left at the second stop sign. Ask for Room Number 103. It overlooks the Lake. Hope you're an early riser. Sunrise over the Lake is unforgettable this time of year!"
Ernestburgh didn't have street lights so the stop signs were a little hard to see but I managed to find the dirt road that ended at Deu Lake Inn's parking lot. That clicked for me. If I landed MoonDoor's warehouse here, the Inn and the entire old school vibe of Ernestburgh would be an easy sell to increase tourism. Especially to boomers.
Annie McIntosh greeted me at the front desk and offered me 10 % off on my stay, which I gratefully accepted. Annie called in Enzio Morton to take my 'overnight bag' to my room and make sure the air conditioning was working. I said I wasn't worried, since it was February 9 and I would rather the room was heated. Annie's response was the a/c was just installed and it being such new technology, staff needed to make sure it worked. I chuckled a little then noticed she probably wasn't joking so I stopped, rather awkwardly.
Annie busied herself with paperwork and actively avoided talking to me after that. Knowing that someone named Enzio had to accompany me to my room, I checked out the only photo on the wall. It was a black and white photo of a man who looked eerily familiar. He wore an odd white bucket hat with the brim pushed away from his face. He had dark hair with full, choppy bangs, eyebrows raised over large eyes opened wide, a nondescript nose and mouth open as if he was either talking or gawking.
It hit me: That was Bob Denver, when he was Gilligan from Gilligan's Island, a 1960s sitcom.
A document attached to the photo frame was titled "Official History and Lore of Our Founding Father". It explained 'Captain' Johnny Ernest spent his entire life in Ernestburgh. His parents raised him on their local farm, before the town existed. Deu Lake Inn was built over his family's farm property. He was orphaned at the age of 11 and lived alone for the rest of his life. He spent 25 years building the earliest homes, post office and stage coach station for what became known as Ernestburgh. Since his death, he returns every year to eat the living being he names. The town would not and could not exist without him, according to the document.
What the hell.
"Miss Annie," I asked, unwilling to be taken in by a local prank, "is that all there is to this story?"
Annie lifted her head, smiling widely. "Yes," she said brightly, "that's our Founding Father, Captain Ernest. Once a year he returns, eats whatever living being he names, then he returns to his beloved lake until the next February 10th."
'Eats whatever living being he names.' I felt fear without knowing its origin, something I don't often experience. I turned to face the Inn's entrance so I could avoid both Annie and Captain Ernest. Enzio appeared soon after. He got me to Room 103, confirmed the a/c was good, and I was left on my own for the night.
I opened the sports bag of spare essentials I always left in my vehicle. It stems from having to be prepared to run for my life when I was younger. Some habits are hard to break. It allowed me to change into a t shirt for that night. I grabbed the remote and jumped into bed.
Covers up to my neck, horror movie marathon playing quietly in the background, I was ready to relax. That's when I remembered my odometer. Part of my being picky is me recording my mileage at the end of every journey. My odometer registered exactly 114 miles from home to Ernestbugh. Based on memory, I'd travelled mostly westbound from home. And online maps clearly showed a large, well-known city 40 miles west of my place. Seems likely I would have noticed that city, had it been in my way during my travels.
Also, traveling no more than 50 miles per hour, my trip should have taken two and a half hours, three tops if I slowed down, got stuck in traffic jams or stopped a lot. That wasn't how my drive went at all. I left home at 10 a.m. and drove non-stop until I arrived at Ernestburgh nine hours later, just before 7 p.m.
Once again, what the hell.
I called up my dashcam footage and fast forwarded through the day's journey. There was scenery I recognized, close to home, then about five hours of static, then scenery that I recalled driving into Ernestburgh. The first time I watched it, I didn't believe it. Had to be a technical glitch. The third time I watched it, my muscles tightened for fight or flight. As much as I wanted to leave immediately, I realized I'd do better to wait until morning. I set my phone alarm for 6:45 a.m. and plugged in my phone to recharge, then spent a long time staring at the ceiling.
My alarm rang a bit too early for my liking and I didn't remember setting the ring tone to 'growls and groans'. The time on my phone was 5:45 a.m. so it wasn't my alarm. For a second I attributed the noise to the horror movie marathon I'd selected for the room's TV. Nope. TV must have shut itself off while I was asleep.
I heard it again. A growl, thunderous and a bit muffled, coming from the back of the Inn where my window faced. Expecting an incoming thunderstorm, I opened the curtains a bit and stared for a second or two at a huge bubble sitting on the lake. A face smiled at me from inside the bubble. A face. In a bubble. On a lake. Smiling at me. So much wrong.
After the fastest shower ever, I shoved all my gear into my sports bag and threw on my coat. I ran to the back of the Inn with all my gear and my phone (charge cord still attached, alarm shut off) at the ready. The beach, such as it was, was about a two minute jog from the back of the Inn and extended for quite a bit before meeting the water. There was a large bubble sitting on the water's surface, a significant distance from the shore. This was the same bubble I'd seen out the window. It kept getting larger, as did the face in it.
I was trying to focus my phone's camera when I heard someone speaking behind me. Annie, the front desk clerk, asked if I was ready to check out.
"Um, Annie, do you see that?" I said as gently as I could, pointing at the bubble. As soon as I looked at it, I couldn't look away. Annie didn't answer my question but she did keep talking. She said check out prior to 11:25 a.m. was fine but I had to pay now. I asked her how much and she didn't answer, which prompted me to look directly at her.
The growling started again. Of course it was much louder than I'd heard in my room. Annie frowned but stood firm, hand out, palm up. I looked back at the lake and the bubble had moved much closer to shore, almost touching dry land. It was huge, and the face now had a full body with arms and legs. Still smiling, it pointed at me with its left arm.
My blood ran cold. I heard Annie's voice but couldn't understand the words. The bubble drew ever closer. The growls were so loud, I clamped my hands over my ears but still couldn't stop staring at the face. It seemed so familiar.
Annie might have stopped talking, I don't know. All I could hear with my hands on my ears was muffled growling. I knew she was still there because she had grabbed my right arm with both hands and pulled fiercely. Even so, I kept staring at the bubble that had stopped rolling when it made land.
The growling continued.
Annie tugged until my right hand fell away from my ear. She screamed it wasn't her time as she released my arm. At that time I didn't know if she stayed or left because I was still watching the bubble.
A crack formed, splitting the bubble in half vertically. Within a blink or two, the bubble split open and the growling changed to a low, gravelly human voice. "Annie! Annie McIntosh!" the being said. Its finger no longer pointed at me, but to my right. I felt compelled to glance beside me and sure enough, there was Annie. Her hands were balled up into fists, pushing on her temples. She was crying and shaking, and I felt genuine terror just looking at her.
"Annie McIntosh, it is your time!" the being announced as it took two steps towards her. I'm ashamed to say I felt a brief moment of relief that the being wasn't aiming at me before I realized it appeared to be hellbent on getting Annie. She was now screaming wordlessly, seemingly unable or unwilling to run.
In that moment, two things occurred to me. The being was an exact replica of the black and white photo of the town's founding father. And if the urban legend was correct, 'Captain' Johnny Ernest can only eat one person per year. He names that person before eating them. Since he'd already named Annie, I figured I was safe at least for that year, and tried to distract him. Maybe Annie could escape and live another year.
I screamed at him, "Captain, you're dead, you don't need to eat anymore!" It was the best I could think of at the time. I put my hands on Annie's left arm and tried to drag her away with me. No luck, she felt like she was cemented to the spot.
Meanwhile, Captain Ernest continued to take huge steps towards us. I'm used to living with and around weird things, but this went beyond weird. Gilligan wanted to eat someone and he seemed focused on Annie.
Something in me broke. I screamed I was sorry to Annie and took off at a full run. I didn't stop running until I got to the back of the Inn. Maybe it was guilt, maybe it was morbid curiosity, but I had to take one last look back.
Captain Ernest was still at least two of his steps away from her when he grabbed her.
She was still screaming when he dropped her into his mouth.
I folded two ten dollar bills under the phone on the Inn's front desk then jumped into my car and peeled out. When I got to Ernestburgh's main street I turned left. A right turn would have taken me back to Ernestburgh and that was a huge nope for me. As soon as I saw something resembling a freeway, I took the eastbound route and didn't stop until I was home.
The trip home took two hours and added 114 miles to the odometer. My dashcam worked just fine that whole time. The previous day's footage came up as 'corrupted' when I tried to access it. I spent the next four days in bed, waiting for Tina to return from her mother’s.
Tina's mother recovered quickly and Tina came home on day five. She asked me to retrace my steps with her in the car. No matter what we did, we couldn't find Ernestburgh. I searched for obituary notices about Annie McIntosh until Tina said I might be reaching unhealthy levels of 'need to know' when, in fact, I don't need to know. And she was right.
But every February 9th and 10th since then, she and I spend those days together, at home, without guests. We stay in bed, watch our fav horror movies and eat whatever we want. It's our customized version of Valentine's Day.
Author's note: Find me at LG Writes, Odd Directions and Write_Right
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2023.06.02 14:27 kormyr When turning on the PC, Windows doesn't recognize the TV until the TV gets powered on

Basically that.
In my old LG tv (sj810v), just by having the tv in standby mode, I could power on the my PC and get signal in the HDMI port. With my new LG CS, everytime I power my PC without powering the TV first, resolution appears in windows as 1024x768, which is not great for Parsec. Like if the tv was not properly recognized. Does anyone suffer from this?
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2023.06.02 14:26 DiAvOl-gr Samsung OLED G8 users with NVIDIA GPU, how do you deal with intermittent black screen issues ?

For some time now it is known that the only "good" driver for an NVIDIA GPU is 528.49 which is almost 4m old now. Good in that if you set bit depth to 12 you won't get the intermittent black screen issue that occurs every few minutes and obviously is a deal breaker.
Newer driver shows lots of artifacts (1/3 of screen) when using 12bit and black screen issue with 10/8bit. All this using the HDMI port.
Are you all using the DP cable? If so, do you get any of those issues? I remember I used to use it before getting the HDMI one and HDR was behaving erratically, along with the wake up issue.
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2023.06.02 14:25 No-Neighborhood9893 Unlocking The Potential Of React Native: Elevate Your Mobile Apps To New Heights

Unlocking The Potential Of React Native: Elevate Your Mobile Apps To New Heights
Making mobile apps has changed a lot in the past few years. Developers are always looking for ways to make apps for multiple systems that are faster and better. React Native from Facebook is a powerful tool that has changed the way things work in this area. By taking the best parts of JavaScript and React, React Native makes it easy for developers to make high-quality, cross-platform mobile apps.
A brief explanation of React Native and its purpose:
React Native is an open-source platform for building mobile games with JavaScript and React. It works as a bridge between the JavaScript code and the native parts of the target systems, like iOS and Android. The main goal of React Native is to make it possible to make native-looking mobile apps with only one codebase, so that you don't have to make different apps for each device.
Developers used to have to make different apps for each operating system. With React Native, they only have to write code once and can use it on many different platforms. This not only saves time, but also makes growth much cheaper. React Native lets developers make UI components that can be used on mobile devices. It does this by letting them use the power of React.
Benefits of React Native For Mobile Apps
Cross-platform development:
Cross-platform writing is possible with React Native, which is one of its best features. With React Native, developers only have to write code once, and it can be used on both iOS and Android devices. This eliminates the need to make different codebases for each platform, which saves a lot of time and work. By using the same software for all systems, developers can make sure that everything is the same and give users a smooth experience.
Advantages of writing code once for multiple platforms:
When writers use React Native, they only have to write code once for multiple platforms. This will save you a lot of time and work. Instead of having different teams for developing for iOS and Android, a single team can work on both devices at the same time. This streamlined development process saves time and money that would have been spent on hiring different teams and keeping track of various codebases. Also, all systems can get patches and bug fixes at the same time. This makes the experience for users more consistent and makes maintenance easy.
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2023.06.02 14:24 Lifeisstrange99 14-Day Itinerary Check (Tokyo-Kyoto-Nara-Osaka-Kobe)

Hi guys, this is going to be our (me and my partner) first trip to Japan from 17th June to 1st July 2023. Would love your thoughts and suggestions (food etc.) on it. I realise I may have overplanned few days but the idea is to have options if we want more stuff to do. We will be using Google maps and CityMapper to guide us.
Day 1- Arrival ->Straight to Hotel
Day 2- (4 nights in Tokyo)
-Harajuku- Meiji-Jingu shrine, Yoyogi Park (adjacent to shrine)
-Omotesando, and Nezu Museum, Takeshita Dori
-Meiji-Jingu shrine
-Tokyu Plaza Omotesando
Afternoon- Shibuya
Shibuya Crossing Walk Hachiko Statue
Shibuya Sky for view, Patchinko
Shibuya crossing
VR park + Arcades, Shibuya Center Gai,Takeshita Street
walk along Tomigaya 1-chome street
Day 3
Morning- Shinjuku
-Walking tour Imperial palace
- Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Afternoon- Gotokuji temple Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Evening- Golden Gai- bars, eat at Omoide Yokocho
Samurai Museum
Shopping areas- Takashimaya, Isetan and Odakyu
Day 4- DisneySea
Would we be able to do anything this day?
Day 5
Morning- Asakusa
-Sensoji temple -Asakusa-jinja Shrine.
-Tokyo Skytree-?
-Nakamise-dori Street
Afternoon- Ginza (??)
Hakone Kowaki-en Yunessun Hot Spring Theme Park- booked via Klook
Hakone Tozan Train trip to Gora
Okada Museum of Art
Hakone Open Air Museum
– Nijo Castle/ – Fushimi Inari Shrine/ Kiyomizu-dera
– Menbakaichida Fire Ramen – Lunch
– Kyoto Imperial Palace
– Nishiki Market
Gion evening tour at 6pm
Day 8
Early – Head to Arashiyama
8 am – Togetsukyō Bridge
9 am – Arashiyama Bamboo Grove
11 am – Tenryuji Temple
12 pm – Ryoanji Temple and Lunch
3pm – Kinkaku ji Temple
Day 9
Nara Day Tour
- Sanjo-dori Street & Nakatanidou Mochi Shop
-Kofukuji Temple
-Nara Park
-Yoshikien or Isuien Garden
-Todaiji Temple Complex
-Nigatsudo and Hokkedo (part of Todaiji)
-Mount Wakakusayama
-Kasuga Taisha
Osaka Castle- booked via Klook
Osaka Museum of History
Kuromon Ichiba Market- lunch
Umeda Sky Building or Abeno Harukas Building
Dōtonbori & Amerikamura area of Osaka
Day 11
Kobe Day Tour
Start the Kobe itinerary at Sannomiya-Motomachi Area.
Strolling around Kitanocho District.
Visit the Kobe Kitano Ijinkan.
Taste the Kobe beef at Kokubu (reserved)
Leisure walk in Kobe Motomachi Shopping Street.
Nankinmachi (Kobe Chinatown).
Kobe Port Tower.
Night view on Kobe Harborland.
Day 12
Universal Studios
If we have time-
Namba Yasaka Shrine – The Lion’s Head Shrine
Namba Parks Shopping Mall
Denden Town – The Geek Area Of Osaka
Day 13
Osaka Aquarium- booked
The Old Osaka – Tsutenkaku Osaka Tower & Shinsekai Area
teamLab Botanical Garden Osaka- booked
Day 14
Extra day in Tokyo (shopping, missed stuff)
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2023.06.02 14:23 CryptoDevOps Cannot get rid of DeX

My phone is a Galaxy S21 Ultra with latest updates.
I'm just trying to connect my phone to a PC (Linux) via the USB-C port of its monitor, but everytime I connect it, I get forced into the DeX screen.
I also tried multiple times to switch the USB mode from "controlled by connected device" to "this device" in order to enable data transfer mode, but once I switch to "this device", Samsung DeX comes in again to crash the attempt ...
How do I get rid of it and just simply transfer some files from the phone to my PC?
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2023.06.02 14:21 Bimi123_ Implementing WebSocket in React-Native

I have an Android source code and unfortunately, I don't have any access to the server currently. The android app implements a BroadcastReceiver and I want to relicate the same in RN app:
connectFuture = connector.connect(new InetSocketAddress(ConstantsAPI.HOSTNAME, ConstantsAPI.PORT));
I tried doing this but it keeps timing out and throws a timeout error:
const ws = new WebSocket('ws://', null, { headers: { 'Accept': '*/*', 'Accept-Encoding': 'gzip, deflate, br', 'Connection': 'keep-alive' }, });
I have tried without headers still the same. Tried with 'wss' it throws "Unable to parse TLS packet header". I am not sure what I am missing.
Can someone please help?
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2023.06.02 14:19 Otherwise_Seat3814 "network discovery" Setting off alerts.

Using atera and gravityzone and every time atera runs its network discovery it sets off tons of lateral attack alerts. Mostly nice ports trinity and the like. Seems to be using a small feature set from NMAP.
Is there a way to whitelist these by application? I tried adding the related atera apps to the network protection white list but it made no change. Alt is i could exclude the urls from the protection using http:??*:????/niceportstrinitystring and http://*:????/sdk but am not sure if that is really the safest or best idea.
TBH I do not care if they are blocked or not I just dont like the noise these generate in reports.
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2023.06.02 14:18 crawsingapore Essential Tools and Technologies Employed by Ethical Hackers

Essential Tools and Technologies Employed by Ethical Hackers
In the rapidly evolving landscape of cybersecurity, ethical hackers play a crucial role in safeguarding digital systems and protecting against malicious attacks. To effectively assess and identify vulnerabilities, ethical hackers utilize a wide range of tools and technologies. In this blog, we will explore some of the commonly employed tools and technologies that empower ethical hackers in their mission to enhance cybersecurity.
1.Network Scanning Tools:
Network scanning tools are essential for mapping and discovering devices, services, and open ports within a network. Tools such as Nmap, Nessus, and OpenVAS enable ethical hackers to identify potential entry points and security weaknesses.
2.Vulnerability Assessment Tools:
Vulnerability assessment tools are used to identify and evaluate vulnerabilities within systems and applications. Tools like Burp Suite, Acunetix, and Nikto aid ethical hackers in detecting known vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, helping organizations remediate them before they can be exploited.
3.Exploitation Frameworks:
Exploitation frameworks are utilized to exploit identified vulnerabilities and gain unauthorized access in a controlled environment. Metasploit, one of the most popular frameworks, offers a wide range of exploits, payloads, and auxiliary modules for ethical hackers to simulate real-world attacks and test defenses.
4.Password Cracking Tools:
Ethical hackers may employ password cracking tools to test the strength of user credentials. Tools like John the Ripper and Hashcat utilize various techniques, including dictionary attacks, brute-force attacks, and rainbow table attacks, to crack passwords and assess the effectiveness of password security measures.
5.Web Application Testing Tools:
Web applications are prime targets for attackers, making it essential for ethical hackers to employ specialized tools. Tools like OWASP ZAP, Burp Suite, and SQLMap assist in identifying vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, and insecure direct object references.
6.Wireless Network Tools:
As wireless networks become ubiquitous, ethical hackers need tools to assess their security. Tools such as Aircrack-ng and Kismet enable them to detect and exploit vulnerabilities in wireless networks, including WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption weaknesses.
7.Forensics and Incident Response Tools:
In the aftermath of a security incident, ethical hackers employ forensics and incident response tools to investigate and gather evidence. Tools like EnCase, The Sleuth Kit, and Volatility help analyze compromised systems, identify attack vectors, and determine the extent of damage caused.
Ethical hackers rely on a diverse array of tools and technologies to assess and fortify the security of digital systems. These tools enable them to identify vulnerabilities, exploit weaknesses in a controlled environment, and assist organizations in implementing effective security measures. It is important to note that ethical hackers must utilize these tools responsibly and within legal and ethical boundaries to safeguard the integrity and confidentiality of systems and data.
By leveraging the power of these tools and technologies, ethical hackers play a crucial role in strengthening cybersecurity defenses and helping organizations stay one step ahead of malicious actors. Their efforts contribute to a safer and more secure digital landscape for individuals, businesses, and society as a whole.
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2023.06.02 14:18 aidsgregory help needed with calibrating pedals.

help needed with calibrating pedals.
so the videos show what’s going on, basically I am trying to calibrate my load cell pedals and they’re being weird within iracing. I actually had this same problem last weekend but it managed to fix itself after a whole lot of playing around and clicking random buttons but I wasn’t paying enough attention when it fixed itself to remember for next time. the pedals have calibrated fine within freejoy, and the raw values read correctly in iracing, but for some reason the calibration does not work properly. windows calibration and other games like AC etc all work fine. have tried deleting the controls.cfg and joycalib.yaml folders, different usb ports, and most importantly have turned it off and back on a few times now. stumped as to what else to try, hoping someone here has an answer. cheers
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2023.06.02 14:18 CirieFFBE PC wont boot after trying to install nvme ssd

Hi guys, I just got a new SSD to install, I screwed it in and the computer booted to windows, but as it was doing it I got a BSOD. After that it had the DRAM light on. I removed the nvme SSD and the problem still persisted. After that I removed the ram sticks, the GPU, cleaned the computer inside and checked all the cables. Put the ram and GPU back in and now the computer still doesn't boot. It gets stuck on the BOOT light on the motherboard. Did I just kill my after trying to give it a small upgrade? Motherboard is MSI B450 Gaming Plus, the SSD where windows is installed is on Data port 1, which doesn't get disabled when installing an m.2 drive.
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2023.06.02 14:17 SMN27 Should I get a PS1 for $35 or spring for a PS2 for triple that?

I’ve always been about Nintendo and I had an N64 growing up. Recently I saw that Space Station Silicon Valley was ported to PlayStation and I thought that instead of getting an old N64 to play it again (my parents got rid of ours during a move), maybe I should just get a PlayStation and then I could play so many games that I missed out on as a kid (seriously PS absolutely killed Nintendo in that era— just the size of the library alone).
I am sure that the PS2 has incredible games, but I admit I mostly think of the PS1 games I didn’t play, in particular all the games Square developed. I sort of stepped away from gaming once the PS2 was released so I didn’t really keep up with which games were major releases for it.
I get that the PS2 makes more sense, but is it worth at minimum double the price if I intend to play a lot of PS1 games? And given that I’ve never played these games at all?
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2023.06.02 14:15 merkourio Work/Gaming PC hybrid - Dual boot?

Hello folks!
I have been using a desktop PC as my workstation and gaming PC hybrid for a while now with one monitor connected by DisplayPort. Now I have the opportunity to use a TV connected by HDMI, and I had the following idea to bring out the most of my setup (and avoid issues with display outputs being weird, etc.).
I thought I would dual-boot in the following way:
Partition 1: Work/Main This would be a PopOS installation that I use for work at my desk with my monitor.
Partition 2: Gaming
I was thinking about setting up a Windows installation that I would boot into for gaming sessions (for increased gaming compatibility compared to Linux). This would exclusively be used for gaming, and very mainly for couch gaming.

Normally I would use Partition 1 for everything. When it's gaming time, I'd switch to Partition 2. Do you good folk think it is a good idea? I am curious to hear how folk in a similar situation have their setups.

Thanks all in advance, have a lovely weekend wherever you are!
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2023.06.02 14:13 sh4hr4m Aria2-pro, Ariang with gluetun

Hi everyone, since the Aria2 doesn't support socks proxies, I have to use the Gluetun container which works perfectly. I have entered "network_mode: Container:gluetun" for both aria-ng and Aria2-pro and have published the ports in gluetun. Now when I open the Aria-ng webui it says that aria2 is disconnected. can anybody help me with this? I have another question too, how can I check the public ip address of the container? curl - s doesn't return anything and I'm not able to install bind-tools using apk add bind-tools.
Best Regards Shahram
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2023.06.02 14:11 PowerRankingsCentral Pre Round 12 r/AFL Power Rankings

From a total of 15 A+ grade reddit users here were the Post Round 11 results:
# Team High Low Change
1 Collingwood 1 1 -
2 Port Adelaide 2 5 +1
3 Brisbane 2 4 -1
4 Melbourne 3 4 -
5 Western Bulldogs 5 9 -
6 Adelaide 5 9 +2
7 Fremantle 6 10 +3
8 Essendon 6 10 +1
9 Geelong 2 12 -3
10 St Kilda 7 14 -3
11 Gold Coast 8 14 +2
12 Sydney 8 15 +2
13 Richmond 9 15 -1
14 GWS Giants 11 15 +1
15 Carlton 11 17 -4
16 Hawthorn 14 16 -
17 North Melbourne 16 17 -
18 West Coast 18 18 -
**To avoid any confusion going forward, the "High" and "Low" in this table represents the highest or lowest ranking a reddit member gave a team on the previous Post Round 11 post.
Thanks for everyone that posted their rankings!
Be on the lookout for my Post Round 12 AFL Power Rankings to collect some more data :)
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2023.06.02 14:10 Asartea Patch Notes - June 2 2023

Early Game Improvements - There is a revamped tutorial for brand new accounts that introduces key gameplay concepts when they reach London. - New players still start in New Newgate, and the existing tutorial there broadly plays out the same, with a few updates to support the new tutorial. - Various elements of the game's UI – such as access to the Possessions or Bazaar tabs, and travelling via the map – are locked for new accounts, and will be gradually unlocked as their concepts are introduced via the tutorial. - Starting an Ambition now requires a small amount of progress in two different Making Your Name storylines. - A small number of equipment items at the Bazaar have changed in price, with a mind to making them more accessible for early-game players. - Added a way to accelerate some early Renown gain. - Players can get a boost, raising their renown to 10 with up to three factions. New accounts can learn more in their Social Engagements. Existing accounts who still have one or more Renowns below 10 can find it there after they next raise Renown.
Misc. Changes - The Blemmigan Tourist is now unlocked later in the game, requiring the player to have completed some early milestones via the new tutorial, and to have reached a late stage in either A Name Scrawled in Blood or A Name in Seven Secret Alphabets. - We have retired several access codes which have had their time – specifically, the Mask of the Rose Kickstarter items, Sunless Skies items, and 10th Anniversary items. - The items previously available via these access codes can now be obtained in game in exchange for economy items. They can be found in the Medusa's Head by any player with Highway stats of at least 25. - The Cloven Seal, which was once obtainable via access code but has been unavailable for some time, can be obtained in the same place, at exorbitant cost. - When choosing a zailing destination, safe ports now have meta-text explaining that docking there will clear Troubled Waters.
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2023.06.02 14:09 Arteyp Another bad UI choice in DD2

At the crossroads, the game won’t tell you which confession path you chose so, if you happen to close the game and forget which confession you’re facing, you’ll have troubles choosing which hero is best to bring. Especially when some of the final bosses have very specific weaknesses, which some team comps can’t really exploit. You would have to begin the run, and in the top right corner the game will tell you what you’re facing. If your team is not suited, abandon at first inn and restart (at least it’s not considered a party wipe anymore, and heroes keep their memories). But I’ve already pointed this out in another post. Now, again at the crossroads, the game won’t even tell you which memory the heroes have locked in. There is just a little skull and a golden frame over the portraits of the heroes with a memory locked, but the game won’t tell you which of the five memories they have nor which bonus do they give. That is something that you have to take note of during the altar of hope. Now would it be so difficult, when you select a hero, to make a tab with the recap of their memories? The game is very good imo, but the UI is really lazily designed.
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