This device is quite obsolete and I have lot trouble finding correct working drivers. (on Win 10 drivers need to be installed from device manager – navigating to program files newly created directory.
Recently I have interesting problem with Valet using wrong PHP version on my Laravel application, trying to switch it from terminal not fix issue and stating it’s already done even including force relink.
valet use firstname.lastname@example.org –force
Unlinking current version: email@example.com
Linking new version: firstname.lastname@example.org
Updating PHP configuration…
Valet is now using email@example.com.
Solution for this problem was using following command
valet use firstname.lastname@example.org –force
After that Valet use correct PHP version in my application.
Solution – regenerate view cache (clear existing one):
php artisan view:clear
Recently running brew cleanup lead to following message
Error: Directory not empty @ dir_s_rmdir – /usr/local/Cellar/nginx/1.19.6
To resolve following issue i executed following command
sudo rm -R /usr/local/Cellar/nginx/1.19.6
Afterwards brew cleanup work and do it’s job.
Cause of problem was in bulged (leaked) electrolyte capacitors.
After replacement – server works like champ – good score – planning to use on proxmox.
Recently I bought Sony UTX-B1 transmitter (bodypack) and I want use it with Shure WL185 Lavalier microphone.
Shure WL185 is ended up with TA4F plug and Sony UTX-B1 is using 3.5mm locking jack connector.
On eBay You can find adapters (quite expensive) that accept TA4F and give 3.5mm locking jack but they are expensive, this make sense if You need to switch between Shure bodypack or different brand – but in my case I’m going use it only on Sony so for my use best answer is just change plug.
WL185 is electrically compatible with Sony UTX-B1 and it’s only matter of replacement connector.
Here is color wiring:
T – Black
R – Red
S – Shield
S – Sleeve
Recently (human error) lead to massive data loss on my side. I’m in process of rebuilding my archive. Youtube offer ability to download all uploaded videos to channel by using “Google Takeout”.
In my case it was result of multiple archives split-ed by tar gz.
I was looking for way of extracting them all at once but I was unable to do so – only first archive was extracted in compare to archive created by win-rar – You need only extract first part – rest are automatically recognised and used one-by-one.
Here is what I ended up with on my NAS server:
Solution was in SSH to nas server and executing command:
for file in *.tgz; do tar -zxf "$file"; done
Result of this code is single folder containing merged data from all parts.