Actually, on a more serious note, I've got a friend that is thinking about leaving the insurance industry to pursue IT. Is this something that might be open to people pursuing IT as a career alternative? If so I might point him in this direction to see if he is interested. He's already started following along with Scott's book on Linux Administration to try and get the basics down, so he has some familiarity with the ML community (I think).
Well for one thing I'd like to see a table of contents. Have you seen the one that I did for my Linux guide? Like that. A central page to go to with a list of what you have so that it is easier to organize and find.
Ok. Well right now I only have two tutorials, but I can do that.
Update: So I got sick of chasing my tail on the problem and blew the machine out of the water and did a fresh build. Upon finishing updates, re-joining the domain, and moving the laptop into the new OU to apply the new policy to squash document redirection and... it automagically works!
Upon further investigation, the user had tried to initially make changes to the registry to "fix/correct" document redirection that was put in place by default. Yes, I know, "USERS SHOULDN'T HAVE THE ABILITY TO EDIT THE REGISTRY!!!" Well, in my case and the use case for these devices they have to have that ability. The laptops are used for development and they need to have full control over the systems. Also, the user is the CEO.
@scottalanmiller isn't NY a great place to grow hops because of soil and weather? I know they don't do well down here in the crazy summer heat.
Normally yes. Hops and marijuana share growing conditions and pot grows native and well in NY. NY is a top hops producer traditionally. This summer was a drought, though. Not super hot, just very dry.
We had plenty of water thanks to a mountain full of natural springs... we just didn't get a chance to train them and they spent too much time on the ground. We also weren't able to cut the stringers (the bines that grow that aren't the primary ones) so it wasted a lot of energy growing out and not up.
I guess all viney crops need training and assistance to do their best.
@Son-of-Jor-El this is a bit of an informal site, but I've worked for companies that paid for the big tests of this and the results were required to be on everyone's profiles that you saw anytime that you worked with them (no joke.) It was a bit extreme but let me tell you, when done well they are incredibly accurate, far more than you would ever imagine, and really help with letting people know how to interact with each other. It was so valuable that I've carried it on to many other jobs. I recommend them highly.
Speaking of class action suits, I got a check for $130 a couple of weeks ago from the suit about DRAM prices in the late 90s / early 2000s. I was shocked at the amount, and I wish I had claimed more (my estimate was very conservative as I was basically a system builder at that time).
Testing this and just had my first case of it totally crashing out on me. Just stopped getting messages but stayed open without any indication that something was wrong. Had to reboot as it could not be shut down.
Well that worked. I also removed a stick of RAM and put in a SSD in place of the spinning disk of rust and it activated as well. Unfortunately with all hardware integrated in to the motherboard, that's about all I can swap out on this system. Oh well, it answers a couple questions.
When you did this, did it say it wasn't activated?
Or were you hoping it WAS activated?
I am still trying to figure out a way to "upgrade" all my Windows 8 FPP licenses to Windows 10, just so I have them when the time is right.
We now use Sharepoint extensively with our ERP system (MS Dynamics NAV), but are still only running Foundation. Still hoping to move to O365 at some point soon (and still hoping the migration will be straightforward). Why can't you just restore a backup of the Sharepoint database to O365?
Traditionally, and I believe that this is still the case, because there is no access to the database backend and no ingest interface through which to upload a backup.