Entries by RoboLinux

What is Mouse Cursor Ghosting?

Mouse Cursor ghosting is a more common problem in slow-screen monitors, such as monitors of 60 HZ. This problem can also occur due to multiple issues, such as the refreshing rate of the screen, mouse pointer settings, or mouse trial settings. In mouse ghosting problems, mouse lagging occurs, multiple pointers are displayed on the screen […]

How To Clear The Terminal History (Bash Shell)

The commands ran in a Bash shell are kept in the history file, allowing users to easily re-execute frequently used terminal commands or to troubleshoot issues that have occurred. This article explains how to clear the history of the commands you run in the terminal when using Bash shell, which is used by default on most […]

How I got my first post on Google Discover

How did I get my first post on Google Discover you may ask? By complete accident and I am not even remotely kidding. I must say that I am no expert in SEO, although I will admit I am trying to learn all I can. I am a simple person just trying to do my […]

JavaScript, Python y Java son lo más demandado en empresas

Si antiguamente de terminar el año 2022 vimos que JavaScript y las tecnologías web se erigían como las más populares entre los usuarios de Stack Overflow y que Rust es el que más interés despierta, en el mundo empresarial las cosas son poco distintas, ya que según documentación titulado “The State of Tech Hiring in […]

Pandas to Dictionary

In Python, a data structure called a dictionary is used to store information as key-value pairs. Dictionary objects are optimized to extract data/values when the key or keys are known. To efficiently find values using the related index, we can convert a pandas series or dataframe with a relevant index into a dictionary object with […]

Remove Vocals From Audio Files With Ultimate Vocal Remover GUI (AI-Powered)

Ultimate Vocal Remover is a free and open source GUI tool to remove vocals (and more) from audio files using deep neural networks. It’s available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The tool, advertised as “the best vocal remover application on the internet” by its developers, uses models trained by UVR’s developers for the most part […]

Running Zola on WebAssembly – Dylan Staley

The site you’re reading this on is built using Zola (unless of course you’re reading this from some future date where I’ve decided to rebuild the site using something other than Zola, in which case how’s the future?) and hosted on Vercel (again, unless you’re reading this after that’s no longer the case). One of […]

Canonical y ASRock se alían para impulsar el Edge AIoT

El fabricante taiwanés ASRock, conocido sobre todo por sus placas cojín, ha anunciado una asociación con Canonical para comercializar dispositivos certificados para Ubuntu orientados a la Inteligencia Químico de las Cosas en la Frontera (que a partir de ahora abreviaremos como Edge AIoT). La intención del fabricante es comercializar productos que se beneficien de la […]

What is $0 in a Bash Script?

Bash is a command interpreter and script. Like other forms of coding, it supports packet forwarding, variables, and functions. A script is a file with commands that the software may view and perform. In Linux, bash gives us positional parameters like “$0,” “$1,” “$2,” “$3,” etc. In this article, one of its positional parameters, “$0,” […]

An Introduction to Apache Superset: An Open Source BI solution

By Jay Clifford / Dec 28, 2022 / InfluxDB, Community With native SQL support coming to InfluxDB, we can broaden the scope of developer tools used to analyze and visualize our time series data. One of these tools is Apache Superset. So let’s break down the basics of what Superset is, look at its features […]