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Using different Jupyter kernels for different Conda environments

While using new Python 2 Kernel for Jupyter Notebook installed last time (Previous post), I found I cannot use Python libraries I had in my Python 2 in my local. 200 more words


Trying to modify a kernel

I’m a noob in linux/android, yet I have to modify a kernel.

For one specific reason I’m using this guide (it’s somewhat understandable when translated to english using google). 217 more words


LXC lands unified cgroup hierarchy support

I’m excited to announce that we’ve recently added support the new unified cgroup hierarchy (or cgroup v2, cgroup2) to LXC. This includes running system containers that know about the unified cgroup hierarchy and – of course – 982 more words


Mayfield Becomes Latest Islanders' Defender To Suffer Injury

EAST MEADOW, N.Y. — Stop me if this story sounds familiar.

An Islanders defenseman leaves a game early and doesn’t return, and later it is learned that said defenseman will miss an extended period of time. 659 more words


OID start fail - Attach to shared memory failed

[] Guardian: Connecting to database, connect string is oiddb

[] Guardian: sgslusmInit: shmget failed with os error = 22

[] Guardian: gslirsmSHMAttach: Attach to shared memory failed… 149 more words

Corny (an acrostic poem)

Couldn’t resist one more pun

Obviously the class had had enough, but it was right there

Really low hanging fruit that demanded to be plucked… 25 more words

Acrostic Poem

Jupyter notebook running a wrong Python kernel (Python 2 vs. Python 3)

I don’t know exactly what caused this and when, but I started to get an error while using Jupyter Notebook. The error was basically saying I can’t use Python 2 syntax even though I was in Python 2 Kernel.  179 more words