Wanted to track remote SSH port forward login and the following is a great solution
Finally got the stream URL
$ mpv rtsp://admin:VERIFICATION_CODE_FROM_CAMERA@CAMERA_IP/
[ffmpeg/demuxer] rtsp: Missing PPS in sprop-parameter-sets, ignoring
(+) Video --vid=1 (h264 1920x1080 15.000fps)
(+) Audio --aid=1 (aac 1ch 16000Hz)
Title: Media Presentation
AO: [pulse] 16000Hz mono 1ch float
VO: [gpu] 1920x1080 yuv420p
Just replace CAMERA_IP with IP and VERIFICATION_CODE_FROM_CAMERA with your code from camera
More info at https://www.ispyconnect.com/man.aspx?n=EZVIZ
I had to really customize the order by of the main WP query. Finally looks like I nailed it.
I wanted to have a repeated calendar event for Mother’s day, but it’s custom logic required making an ICS file and importing it into Google Calendar.
Inspired by/how to import into Google Cal How to Set up Repeating Event in Google Calendar on Last Day of the Month
Your user should be in the boinc group:
usermod -a -G boinc $(whoami)
Than change GUI login file perms:
sudo chmod 640 /var/lib/boinc/gui_rpc_auth.cfg
And then symlink it into your home:
cd ~; ln -s /var/lib/boinc/gui_rpc_auth.cfg gui_rpc_auth.cfg
More info at https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/BOINC
Some of my client websites get hacked. Some shared hosting providers provide some virus scanning tools, but it’s not always enough and what about those who even don’t provide malware scanning. Hopefully they provide SSH access and AI-BOLIT can be used. It’s a free website virus and malware scanner for websites.
Just download it, unzip and upload to your desired host. Copy it into the root directory of your website.
Last run it
php ai-bolit.php --mode=2
or not paranoid/normal mode
After installing. I had to check status of some networking services and disable them.
systemctl status dhcpcd.service
sudo systemctl stop netctl.service
sudo systemctl stop email@example.com
sudo systemctl status firstname.lastname@example.org
sudo systemctl stop email@example.com
And then wait for the magic after starting NetworkManager
sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service
I should have searched for a how to video on YouTube and could save some debugging time with
journalctl -f 🙂 After setup I found https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAi9DurTRQc