Fix *standard_init_linux.go:XXX: exec user process caused “no such file or directory”* Error

TL;DR: Use dos2unix While switching from Ubuntu to Alpine images, I’ve encountered the fillowing error: standard_init_linux.go:195: exec user process caused “no such file or directory” Quite unfortunate, because the script stayed in the same spot and only the image changed. After reading a bunch, I figured that it’s the fact that I’m editing on Windows […]

Redis on Windows – Save RDB but Not Able to Persist

TL;DR: My windows service wasn’t installed properly. Change the config file to point the DB to an accessible directory and reinstall the service. When trying to build a perioduc Celery task, I got the following error with Redis on Windows (running as a windows service): redis.exceptions.ResponseError: MISCONF Redis is configured to save RDB snapshots, but […]

Run Celery 4.1.0 on Windows 10

TL;DR: Use set FORKED_BY_MULTIPROCESSING=1 on the worker script/shell When running Celery on Windows 10, I got the following error: ValueError: not enough values to unpack (expected 3, got 0) This is quite unfortunate as Windows is supported on “best effort”. A pull request has a change, but it’s not pretty to patch an installation. To […]

Use Docker Behind Proxy on Windows 8

The other day I had to install Docker at work, aka behind a corporate proxy (on Windows 8). While the docker installer is stand-alone and all is good, dealing with the VM is a different matter… The problem popped up when I tried to create a Django image and pip install failed miserably. To get […]

Copy File from Local Desktop to Remote Resktop Connection

TL;DR: Drag-and-drop doesn’t work. Copy&paste does! Before yesterday, my way of moving files between my local desktop and a remote one using MS Remote Desktop Connection involved a 3rd party service like Dropbox or email. Then, a kind soul took pity on me and showed me the proper way. In his words: Drag and drop […]

Use Git Bash as Integrated Terminal in VS Code

TL;DR:: Install windows git to get bash and add “C:\\Program Files\\Git\\bin\\bash.exe” to “” in VS Code’s user settings. As I’m trying my hand at developing a node application today, I’m getting frustrated by the Terminate batch job (Y/N) every time I need to restart a script: Since previously I was developing on linux/macOS, I’m used […]

Migrate Chromium and Keep all Settings

TL;DR: Backup App Data\Local\Chromium on your old machine, copy it to your new one and uncompress (in the same place), install Chromium, profit. With the migration to a new computer, I’ve managed to keep all my Chromium settings. The steps I did are the following: On the old computer Note the chromium version you’ve installed […]

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