- Reminders, example!
- Step 1: Emerging the new kernel sources.
- Step 2: Setting the right symlink to the new kernel.
- Step 3: Moving to the new kernel's folder.
- Step 4: Adjusting the .config file for the options introduced to, or removed from the new kernel's configuration.
- Step 5: Building the kernel and the initramfs.
- Step 6: Updating the bootloader.
- Step 7: Removing or keeping the old kernel.
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This is a warning
this is dangerous..
this is good
this is a bug in kernel ....
this is an example
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title: MKDocs Tips description: My Project webpages path: docs/resources/ source: mkdocs.md
If you have a heavy website, it helps to just reload what you have edited. The reason I do this is because markdown doesn't support
pymdown formats so it's difficult to see what you're actually doing if you want fancy formats. So use the following command to only reload the page you are currently editing.
mkdocs serve --dirtyreload
I want to see if this works on a remote server. In theory, I should be able to run the following command:
mkdocs serve --dirtyreload --dev-addr 3009
Then I would be able to ssh into the server:
ssh erc -L 3009:localhost:3009
Or I could use the built-in tunneling with VSCode.
This is great, it allows me to add little blocks of things I find interesting.
- with title
!!! note "Title"
- without title
!!! note ""
!!!- open by default
success, check, done
How does this work if I want to design my own symbol?
Design my own symbol and add it to the research notebook!
Very simple, we have codeblocks with highlights. Using Python:
import numpy as np
and using Bash:
echo "Times are changing"
I can also collapse them!
import tensorflow as tf
We can also enable line numbers with the
linenums: true extension.
import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from scipy import * # Don't do this!!
--- title: PyTest Tricks description: The deep learning python stack authors: - J. Emmanuel Johnson path: docs/snippets/testing source: pytest.md ---
Created: June 18, 2022