@arh @MakeAmericaFreeAgain @musicmatze @peranchor My modification was to put all password content into a random filename like ~/.password-store/27f46d036beac709fddb58a629fd145c.gpg rather than github.gpg or whatever. To map the contents together, I created ~/.password-store/map.gpg file contained the clear-text name and associated random GPG file. When you did a pass list (I think that’s what it was? I haven’t used pass in a while…), it would decrypt the map.gpg file and list the contents. When you wanted to see the contents of any particular file, it would decrypt the map.gpg file, get the correct file path, then decrypt that file.
This concealed meta-data with marginal cost.
The only thing I could emulate was not tree listed out the files and directories. Prob not too hard, but eh. However, I bet a lot of down-stream applications rely on that output format and would otherwise not function.
"You’ve likely never heard of 82-year-old computer scientist Lynn Conway, but her discoveries power your smartphones and computers. Her research led to successful startups in Silicon Valley, supported national defense, and powered the internet.
Long before becoming a highly respected elderly professor at the University of Michigan, Conway was a young researcher with IBM IBM . It was there, on August 29, 1968, that IBM’s CEO fired her for [being trans]. Nearly 52 years later, in an act that defines its present-day culture, IBM apologized and sought forgiveness."
The thing that really irks me about work time tracking is that it grows more untenable the more work I actually get done.
When I'm in the flow, I'm juggling tasks and do bits here while I'm waiting for something else to complete, and then talk to someone to move away a block on yet another job, and so on and so on.
In the evening I have no idea how much time I spent on one single thing on my list.
It's super easy when there's not so much to do and I can just wait things out sequentially.
PHP 7.4 / apache2 (mpm) was crashing without logging anything on one of my PHP projects. PHP 7.2 worked fine.
Apparently I had a very long concatenated string which caused the thread stack to overflow.
Solved it by increasing `ThreadStackSize` in apache2.
Had to use the php debug-pack to find the cause of the crash. From there I searched the web for keywords and stumbed upon this old similar issue.
@remaster As unofficial german word creator, I would like to propose "Mantelwiedersehen". :D
Usage as follows: "Ich hatte mich schon verabschiedet, musste aber fünf Minuten später für ein Mantelwiedersehen zurückkehren."
Periodic reminder that execute permissions are optional.
Let's encrypt users, have you saw this:
"However, this [LE changing their root certificate] does introduce some compatibility woes. Some software that hasn’t been updated since 2016 (approximately when our root was accepted to many root programs) still doesn’t trust our root certificate, ISRG Root X1. Most notably, this includes versions of Android prior to 7.1.1. That means those older versions of Android will no longer trust certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt."
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