Hope that helps!
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You're overthinking this.Bad habit from work... I'm busy writing techical architecture design specifications where the overarching reference architecture docs the enterprise types are supposed to have gotten to us, haven't been written yet... Lots o fun
The different weather APIs return textual data as strings. WE HAVE TO DO A TYPE CONVERSION, ANYWAY as part of the parsing process. (This is something that all you guys who write scripting languages all day, don't have to deal with, with your language magically converting everything).
The REASON that the integer values are here anyway, is precisely for the case you outline below, it's so that you can match things in event criteria. The weather plugin expects BOTH the integer values and the textual values to be returned as part of the event.
As for F to C conversions, this is something that is being decided, e.g. to put the F/C in device data, and have the weather devices read this (The weather plugin does not care, it's just a cubby hole), it's up to the weather devices to do the necessary conversions.
p.s. yes, the Value parameters are full integers. I see NO point in decimal points for weather values, none. If someone can convince me of a valid reason to use floating point values, I will change this.Thom,
If $outside_temp < $inside_temp and $outside_temp > 0 then
Disable A/C unit
enable external air baffle and whole house fan
The reason being, if I am tunneling in through an outside device into the router, I map some high non-root port number to access the box. Mapping port 80 is a little tricky, since you need to have permissions.
not to start a fruitless argument...but our hyper-v works great..looking forward to get server2012 r2Maverick,
but I'd be interested to hear, what makes the others soo much easier...perhaps send me a pm?
,I have a Prolaint DL385 G2 fully loaded and I trying to save POWER cost by running my virtual systems and shutting down several of my machines i have ruining, combing them into onePresuming this is a multi-proc Xeon based system, with 64GB of RAM or more, you can virtualize a fair number of systems. G2's are older systems, and fairly power hungry, so depending on how many systems (and what types), you may or may not save power...
Yeah, my photos and videos these days are trying to highlight a clean aesthetic, as much as I can. Now that I have a decent house for the first time in a _very_ long time, I am trying to make the most of it.
For some weird reason screen always shows up as SCREEN in the process list. This is not LinuxMCE specific.
ps -ef |grep SCREEN | wc -lOn my Debian KVM host, I have the same SCREEN process, with a PPID of 1, for the screen session I have running their for admin purposes. I'll have to check it out on some SLES and CentOS boxes at work... Got me curious...
# ps -ef | grep -i screen
root 5850 2146 0 17:57 pts/0 00:00:00 screen
root 5851 5850 0 17:57 ? 00:00:00 SCREEN
root 5863 5852 0 17:57 pts/1 00:00:00 grep -i screen
It's an apt and honest question.
sudo apt-get install thom
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Couldn't find package thom