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  • Rename videos in bulk - linux commands

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    @Hari Yes, that’s one (of many) I would recommend. It’s going to be easier to do this under Windows and the fact that you are already connected using SMB is a huge plus.

  • Invalid CSRF on dev install

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    @小城风雨多 Looking at the above, it seems you are missing the command to use nodebb for example. Otherwise, you are running the command against the admin database 🙂 Made that mistake myself before…

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    Here’s a small modification to the chatBanner function that will place the message just above the composer/reply component meaning it is pinned at the bottom and always in view as a reminder. I’ve made this change to support the threadedChat I’m currently developing

    // Chat message banner function chatBanner() { var roomName = $("h5[component='chat/header/title']").text().trim(); var bannerContent; if (roomName === "Testing 3") { bannerContent = '<div id="chatbanner">This message will fire for chat rooms with the title of "Testing 3"</div>'; } else { bannerContent = '<div id="chatbanner">This session is for <strong>private discussion only</strong> between the chosen participants. Please do <strong>not</strong> place support requests here and create a <a href="#" onclick="app.newTopic();">new topic</a> instead.</div>'; } var chatMessagesContainer = $('[component="chat/system-message"]:last-of-type'); //var existingMessages = $('[component="chat/message"]'); var existingMessages = $('[component="chat/composer"]'); if (existingMessages.length === 0) { // If there are no messages, append the banner to the messages container chatMessagesContainer.first().after(bannerContent); } else { // If there are messages, add the banner after the last message // existingMessages.last().after(bannerContent); existingMessages.before(bannerContent); } }

    There are only two changes here:

    var existingMessages = $('[component="chat/message"]');

    becomes

    var existingMessages = $('[component="chat/composer"]');

    and

    existingMessages.last().after(bannerContent);

    becomes

    existingMessages.before(bannerContent);
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    Seems like Google is finally crawling this site. And, “crawling” in the sense that it’s still extremely slow …

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    @DownPW Same here.

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    As an aside to this, there is also the command of tasklist which will provide a list of processes running on your machine, or a remote machine you are looking to query.

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    There is also a useful list of switches below, plus the ability to format into a table, or CSV.

    https://ss64.com/nt/tasklist.html

  • Killing Linux Zombie Processes

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    @DownPW odd indeed. Looks like it’s spawning, immediately dying, then spawning again.

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    @phenomlab this is useful 👍 thanks

  • Google Authenticator for 2FA

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    @crazycells yes, this is something I see on a daily basis and despite how shockingly simple it is to conduct SIM jacking, it seems that several of the USA based banks are reluctant to switch to at least TOTP in the same sense as the USA has been extremely slow to adopt chip and pin - something Europe has been making use of for years.

    And they wonder why cheque and wire fraud is rife in America.