This is how to start the Bitcoin Testnet node on macOS.
It creates an function
btctestnet for convenience.
This configuration loads the
txindex so I can lookup transaction information too.
open /Applications/Bitcoin-Qt.app --args -txindex=1 -testnet "$@"
When you open read-only files in Emacs, you probably won’t want to attempt to save them. Emacs will warn you if you try and help you deal with it. However, most of the time, it is interruptive to your flow to deal with it—most of the time, we never want to modify read-only files.
In that case, View mode will make it easier for you:
Toggle View mode, a minor mode for viewing text but not editing it.
When View mode is enabled, commands that do not change the buffer contents are available as usual. Kill commands save text but do not delete it from the buffer. Most other commands beep and tell the user that the buffer is read-only.
Enable it automatically with
(setq view-read-only t)
Fun introduction to the system model for ventilation and engineering design of attics.
Here you go.
Great listings on online auction sites are often “Local Pickup Only”. It would help to have a friend who lives there who can ship it to you. If you don’t, then, fortunately, you can hire one.
I haven’t tried it yet, but sites like TaskRabbit seem to be the way to get stuff picked up and delivered to you.
I wish I knew about this when that perfect Macintosh SE/30 got listed in Los Angeles!
Here is the new RSS feed.
Please update before it is too late!
Forty-two of you won’t see any more posts unless you do.
Here is a High Performance Computing (HPC) system with sevente Apple II motherboards: one controller and sixteen nodes.
It is probably as great as you imagine.
Here is a hand-held mobile computer running Python.
It does GRAPHING pretty well too!