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fix java errors

No appropiate protocol (protocol is disabled or cipher suites are inappropriate) java version «1.8.0_261»Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_261-b12)Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 25.261-b12, mixed mode) FIX Disable: In $JRE/lib/security/ Comment this lines: Certificates do not conform to algorithm constraints FIX Disable: In $JRE/lib/security/ Comment this lines:

perfect6502 6502 perfect6502 is a MOS 6502 CPU emulator that performs a simulation of the original NMOS 6502 netlist that was extracted by the project. Consequently, perfect6502 is perfect: It is not a reimplementation of the 6502, but a simulation of the original transistors. Its complete behavior, its internal state and its outputs are half-cycle exact. slow: Even though perfect6502 is highly… Leer más »

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OS X Catalina – /cores directory taking up a lot of space?

Long story short, it’s safe to delete them. The /cores folder is where OS X stores Core Dumps. These are files that are intended for developers to trouble-shoot and diagnose faults in their software. They are generated as software crashes. If you’re not a developer, or aren’t testing software for a developer, then these files serve no… Leer más »

Advantages of using set -o vi

By setting your readline editing to either emacs (the default) or vi (set -o vi) you are essentially standardizing your editing commands, across the shell and your editor of choice1. Thus, if you want to edit a command in the shell you use the same commands2 that you would if you were in your text editor.… Leer más » About LowEndBox Low End Box is dedicated to helping people run websites and services on low end dedicated servers and virtual private servers, where you only need to pay a few dollars a month to get full root access. Our mission is to help people find cheap vps hosting. [

How to make a programme continue to run after log out from ssh?

Assuming that you have a program running in the foreground, press ctrl-Z, then: If there is only one job, then you don’t need to specify the job number. Just use disown -h and bg. Explanation of the above steps: You press ctrl-Z. The system suspends the running program, displays a job number and a «Stopped» message and returns you… Leer más »

Quick Tip – Allow unsupported CPUs when upgrading to ESXi 7.0

As outlined in the vSphere 7.0 release notes (which everyone should carefully read through before upgrading), the following CPU processors are no longer supported: Intel Family 6, Model = 2C (Westmere-EP) Intel Family 6, Model = 2F (Westmere-EX) To help put things into perspective, these processors were released about 10 years ago! So this should not come… Leer más »