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My NodeJS server needs to send out the question Ayan 9 I created a sample web socket server app using akka-stream-kafka. I am using kafka-console-producer script to send messages Which transport does firebase How can create secure web socket server Wss in C? How can i create secure web socket server WSS. The data communication between server and client should be secure. Sometimes the connection is closed by the server because of brief How to manage connections in a custom websocket implementation Goodmorning.

I'm working on a Java EE application running on Tomcat 8. My task was to implement a simple push notifications system. After a search I've decided to go with a custom Sepehr GH 3 What's the best way to do it? I pretty sure that I don't need to implement I actually did not want to use rrdtool specifically because of that. If temperature changes 20 times a minute, then not for hours, I want 20 entries.

Unless you have a crapload of datapoints, but weather simply doesn't change that fast. Then I'll do just that: If you do need complex analytics, import to excel like all the scientists do. There are plenty of examples of working with scatterplot style datasets. Still, I'm not sure if this is what I meant: In my case, three maybe consecutive lines would be missing because no change in 'data in' value , and three more at Or do you mean that "autoscale" statement should compensate for that?

If the actual one doesn't support the hardware, i use the newer one. It will place them on the timeline in the appropriate location; it is aware of what "time" means. As far i can see, no big harm can be done. If you're not encountering a bug or missing a feature, I'd say stick with what you've got. Don't change what isn't broken. I run grsec from backports, but that's probably just paranoia and tinfoil hat.

Working with only terminal here but I don't remember the path to a folder.. Hi, I tried out a kernel upgrade yesterday and saw that things like dual monitor settings could no longer be applied and at boot there were complains about 'unable to find microcode', could a newer kernel have those things applied and I missed a step or are those things reserved for stable debian kernels? The Linux kernel can load updated microcode on most x86 processors.

Microcode patches for Intel and AMD64 CPUs are packaged for Debian as intel-microcode and amdmicrocode respectively; installing the relevant package is recommended to ensure system stability. Huh, how is this the first time I've ever heard of this microcode issue I mean the larger issue as described on http: It's extremely unlikely to be microcode related.

I'd check to make sure all your kernel modules are available in your new kernel first. Check your Xorg log to see if your DRM stuff loaded the same as it did on the older kernel, and figure out which kms driver you were using in the old kernel.

Then make sure you've got the same driver in your new kernel. Search for your chipset and see what it requires. If you're using something like the AMD drivers for a Radeon, you need to rebuild those against the new kernel. Some of us know some things. What specific thing do you need?

So here goes, do you know where I can find linux images to load and run under virtualbox?? Have you manually installed drivers for your graphics card? Do you know what chipset it is?

Do you know what drivers are available for it? You should probably take notes. You probably need to rebuild the proprietary drivers. I ran those same commands again, but I got the notice that I already have the latest and greatest.

We don't know what hardware or drivers you have, we don't know what you've done before. You should try to understand what the commands you run are doing rather than just running them because someone on irc suggested them.

I was hoping for an 'apt-install-apply-goodies-used-in-older-kernel-to-the-newer-one'. If you installed the driver through a package that supported DKMS, it would. If you downloaded an external program that doesn't integrate with apt, there's no way for apt to know. Kernel modules have to be built against the new kernel. You still have the modules built for the old one, and you still have the source files, you just need to rebuild the module. The details of that vary depending on what you have, which you haven't told us.

It's cool to ask on irc, and it's ok to follow the suggestions, but it's important to try to learn what the commands are doing. For most of these drivers there's a good on-line howto that helps understand what's happening.

Hi, I'm configuring vlans and dhcp on them. I'm messing around with getting runit working on my Debian Jessie systems. I've followed the directions on the Debian wiki and on the website. I am unable to log in due to checkpassword: Is there a way to make the change update safe? YYY as the device name in interfaces.

You can check the man page for what it does, and then decide for yourself. Software that is a heaping pile of bugs like web browsers is treated specially. It also doesn't interact with other software, so a new thunderbird or firefox isn't going to break other things. In fact, I am asking you, because last time I upgrade I had some problems with my system..

How to keep manager configuration after a tomcat update? Ask in debian on one or other network. That might be something that should be filed as a packaging bug. Not sure what setting it as immutable would do, might cause the update to fail. How do I set the environment variables for a single invocation of lxterminal and its descendents?

Conceivably, there might be something in lxterminal's docs that will tell you how to make it stop doing that. His question seemed competent enough that I didn't question whether he had a grasp of such basics. Hey, if I can get anything to show up in the environment for just that guy and not its peers, I'm all for it. But what's happening is lxterminal is finding that it's already open via dbus and telling its preexisting peer "open a new window!

Unless there's magic in the lxterminal source that isn't documented in man lxterminal. I cannot understand why anyone would make a terminal emulator work in this way. Hi all, I'm migrating my laptop to new hardware. I'm going to partition the new machine with a live system and then cp the files over. My old system runs on lvm, I never really needed it though.

What's the state of things these days? I really don't like this dbus thing. It violates the principle of sessions and replaces them with "systemd slices". You couldn't have just started with a user-dbus agent as my session leader and not reengineered the whole thing in inescapable cgroups?

Thanks for the note. But other than that things work a lot smoother on the desktop than they did the last time I tried this. Anyways efi doens't need a full boot loader like grub, but you can use it. I'll look a little deeper into it. What's the state of btrfs these days? But some like their file systems to be well tested and btrfs is still new in that regard. Wife has a new HP laptop with W10 on it. I think she was using W7 at work. Yesterday she abandoned it in frustration and used her XFCE desktop so she could get things done.

I'm not really anticipating any trouble or anything I can't handle, but I just haven't done it before,. Selected packages intended for the Debian 9 "Stretch" release but recompiled for use with "Jessie" 8.

Note that jessie-backports are on the regular mirror network, not on backports. A suitable line for your sources. Makes me wonder how they got the backport built, if judd thinks it's a no-go. MOST people should use the code words, "jessie" or "stretch" to avoid surprises.