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Upgrade JSAPI version from 3.5 to 3.11


I am a novice getting started to work on a proof of concept to develop a web app powered by JS API.

I have a prototype that was put together back in July 2013 with JS API version 3.5. See below for the stylesheet links in index.html. I am looking to change this to the latest version 3.11.

Previous:

    

Changed to: (Note 3.11 in the new links)

 

However when I change

 to 

the TOC/Legend layer is not loading any more and I get the error message:

"TypeError: Cannot read property 'geometry' of undefined". Attached screen shot for the detailed message that shows up in Chrome developer Console. I have no clue what's causing this error. Can someone guide me? How should I go about updating the version, some best practices will be of immense help to me.


My best advise is to tear down your code to the most basic component (or even a few lines to successfully load a map) and put back together the features one by one. You'll notice which feature breaks as you go along and you can fix them separately.

Also consult the "release notes" starting with 3.6 up.

You can try upgrading one minor version at a time (eg. 3.5->3.6, 3.6->3.7) and see where it breaks and take note of what changed between the versions. I've done this too in the past, but it didn't work out as well as the above suggestion.


Upgrading Newtonsoft.Json from 10.0.3 to 11.0.1

I have just used the NuGet Package Manager to see what updates are available and it informed be about 10.0.3 - 11.0.1:

I understand that a main version number change can be code breaking. How can I ascertain the issues I will have if I upgrade the package? I could not see any information.

I see similar questions but they were for version 6x.


How to upgrade pgAdmin 4 on windows?

I installed pgAdmin 4 as part of the postgres installer for Windows. pgAdmin is now telling me there is a newer version (4.8, > 4.5 which I have). However, there is no built in upgrade functionality that I can see, and when I went to download and run the pgAdmin 4 installer to upgrade, it installed itself in the wrong place, leading to problems.

At first I tried installing it to the default location ( C:Program Files (x86)pgAdmin 4v4 ), which was incorrect, because the previous installation (from the postgres installer) went to a different location ( C:Program FilesPostgreSQL11pgAdmin 4 ).

The second time, I pointed it to my existing install of postgres ( C:Program FilesPostgreSQL11pgAdmin 4 ), but it installed itself to a subdirectory there instead ( C:Program FilesPostgreSQL11pgAdmin 4v4 ), rather than upgrading the existing installation, once again yielding to duplicated installations and problems arising from that. I assume if I go download the postgres installer, it will just reinstall version 4.5 of pgAdmin, though I have not tested this.

What is the correct method for upgrading a pgAdmin instance originally installed by the postgres Windows installer?


Mappt: GIS Data Collection

Mappt&trade is a powerful GIS (Geographic Information System) data collection app that allows users to create, edit, store and share location-based data with one light, compact device.

Mappt&trade is used in industries spanning from environmental and agriculture, to mining and local government in over 130 countries worldwide.

They choose Mappt&trade because it integrates with popular desktop GIS including ArcGIS and QGIS, and the user friendly interface hosts easy to use features that even those new to field data collection will master in minutes, including:

- Geotagged photos to give your important data a far more visual element than just a marker point
- Drop down forms for faster data collection
- Offline GPS tracking
- On-screen annotation tools to draw, add text and create shapes over your data
- Read and download a full suite of WMS/WFS & WMTS datasets
- Points, polygons and polylines
- Geofencing capabilities make sure you never breach a boundary
- Overlay coordinate grids see the exact distance between areas
- Street view mode with on-screen annotations available
- Import unlimited sized satellite, aerial, geological, topographic, elevation and other types of imagery in ECW and JP2 format
- Import and export popular GIS formats such as Shapefiles, JP2 and KML/KMZ
- Share your data between popular cloud storage such as Google Drive

Our clients have used our offline GIS app for a range of in-field tasks including:
- Field mapping
- Land surveying
- Vegetation management
- Forestry planning
- Environmental management
- Incident reporting
- Mine management
- Farm mapping
- Utility mapping
- Government planning
- Asset management

Leave internet worries, bulky equipment and inaccurate data in the past, and experience a more efficient future of data collection with Mappt&trade.

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Recent changes:
- Security updates and minor bug fixes

Mappt&trade is a powerful GIS (Geographic Information System) data collection app that allows users to create, edit, store and share location-based data with one light, compact device.

Mappt&trade is used in industries spanning from environmental and agriculture, to mining and local government in over 130 countries worldwide.

They choose Mappt&trade because it integrates with popular desktop GIS including ArcGIS and QGIS, and the user friendly interface hosts easy to use features that even those new to field data collection will master in minutes, including:

- Geotagged photos to give your important data a far more visual element than just a marker point
- Drop down forms for faster data collection
- Offline GPS tracking
- On-screen annotation tools to draw, add text and create shapes over your data
- Read and download a full suite of WMS/WFS & WMTS datasets
- Points, polygons and polylines
- Geofencing capabilities make sure you never breach a boundary
- Overlay coordinate grids see the exact distance between areas
- Street view mode with on-screen annotations available
- Import unlimited sized satellite, aerial, geological, topographic, elevation and other types of imagery in ECW and JP2 format
- Import and export popular GIS formats such as Shapefiles, JP2 and KML/KMZ
- Share your data between popular cloud storage such as Google Drive

Our clients have used our offline GIS app for a range of in-field tasks including:
- Field mapping
- Land surveying
- Vegetation management
- Forestry planning
- Environmental management
- Incident reporting
- Mine management
- Farm mapping
- Utility mapping
- Government planning
- Asset management

Leave internet worries, bulky equipment and inaccurate data in the past, and experience a more efficient future of data collection with Mappt&trade.


Picture Information Extractor

Picture Information Extractor gives users the ability to see hidden information within digital photos. While this program will not appeal to everyone, those serious about photography will love it.

The program&aposs interface is incredibly busy, but manageable. By balancing a file tree, photographs, and two screens of dense information, the designers could have laid this out in a more intuitive way. Luckily, a visit to the Help file and a little experimentation should help get most users comfortable. Once we had a feel for the program, we found it incredibly fast and helpful. With all necessary information laid out on the screen, it was only a matter of a few button clicks between selecting a photo from the file tree and having it appear on the screen with its details present. These details are the main attraction here. While users can alter the date the photo was taken with a simple calendar option, it&aposs the photographic details that will hook serious photographers. Everything from F-stops, exposure time, light source, and dozens more categories help document every aspect of the shot. The program also provided features for rotating and cropping photos, which was a simple and easy addition to an already impressive package.

With its ability to dig into the technical nuances of a photo, this program will confuse novices and have experts jumping for joy. While its 15-day trial doesn&apost feel long enough, it&aposs enough to know whether Picture Information Extractor is for you.


Magento 2.4.0 Upgrade Issue [Issue Updated]

Im not very experienced, so better advice from others may follow.

I would say Check in your composer.json file

In there will be "phpunit/phpunit" listed with a version number after,

which is Version Constrain / limiting its upgrade, and causing the error message above "these conflict with your requirements or minimum-stability."

composer update Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies (including require-dev) Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.

Problem 1 - magento/magento2-functional-testing-framework 2.5.3 requires codeception/codeception

2.4.0 -> satisfiable by codeception/codeception[2.4.5, 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 2.3.6, 2.3.7, 2.3.8, 2.3.9, 2.4.0, 2.4.1, 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4]. - magento/magento2-functional-testing-framework 2.5.3 requires codeception/codeception

2.4.0 -> satisfiable by codeception/codeception[2.4.5, 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 2.3.6, 2.3.7, 2.3.8, 2.3.9, 2.4.0, 2.4.1, 2.4.2, 2.4.3, 2.4.4]. - codeception/codeception 2.4.0 requires codeception/phpunit-wrapper ^6.0|^7.0 -> satisfiable by codeception/phpunit-wrapper[6.8.1, 6.0.0, 6.0.1, 6.0.10, 6.0.11, 6.0.12, 6.0.13, 6.0.14, 6.0.15, 6.0.16, 6.0.17, 6.0.18, 6.0.19, 6.0.2, 6.0.3, 6.0.4, 6.0.5, 6.0.6, 6.0.7, 6.0.8, 6.0.9, 6.1.0, 6.1.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.3, 6.5.0, 6.5.1, 6.6.0, 6.6.1, 6.7.0, 6.7.1, 6.8.0, 7.0.0, 7.0.1, 7.0.2, 7.0.3, 7.0.4, 7.0.5, 7.0.6, 7.1.0, 7.1.1, 7.1.2, 7.1.3, 7.1.4, 7.2.0, 7.3.0, 7.3.1, 7.3.2, 7.4.0, 7.5.0, 7.6.0, 7.6.1, 7.7.0, 7.7.1, 7.7.2, 7.8.0].


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First of all you should have a samba server running to be vulnerable to this bug which you don't have.

This vulnerability already has been patched, its CVE-ID is: "CVE-2017-7494":

Samba since version 3.5.0 is vulnerable to remote code execution vulnerability, allowing a malicious client to upload a shared library to a writable share, and then cause the server to load and execute it.

So what you should do is a system upgrade if you didn't have done it already, then you are safe to go.

Check your apt's "history logs" to see if your Ubuntu recently received any upgrade for samba or its libraries .

to make sure you've got last updates use:

or aptitude changelog samba if you are running an older version Ubuntu to get a list of last changes in this package, and if you pay attention you will see:

Pay attention to the version: "2:4.3.11+dfsg-0ubuntu0.16.04.7", Then use:

to see if you have patched version installed or not.

Extra steps

If you're really paranoia, grab a copy of source code, e.g:

it will download the corresponding source code and all patches, extracts the source and apply the patches.

You'll see the same stuff, as apt changelog samba . you can even look for patch itself:

or even compile and install it, if you wish.

If you're carious, you can see a proof of concept for cve-2017-7494 here.


You need to update your update-alternatives , then you will be able to set your default python version.

Or use the following command to set python3.6 as default:

/.bash_profile &ndash Boris Nov 25 '19 at 21:02

You can achieve this by applying below simple steps -

  1. Check python version on terminal: python --version
  2. Get root user privileges. On terminal type: sudo su
  3. Type in your root password.
  4. Execute this command to switch to python 3.6:
    update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/python python /usr/bin/python3 1
  5. Check python version: python --version
  6. Done.

Using these commands can help you:

  1. check the version of python: ls /usr/bin/python*
  2. alias: alias python='/usr/bin/pythonxx' (add this to .

/.bashrc. Then you will make it work forever. &ndash Newt Nov 4 '19 at 13:32

if you have multiple version of python in your system. You just need to update the symbolic link of python inside /usr/bin/

In above example if you see the output of python --version you will get python2.7

Now update the python symlink using below command-

First check that you have a python3.6 folder?

If you have "python3.6" folder, you are good to go. Now update-alternatives

then update new config for python3

Finally, check default python3 version:

An easy answer would be to add an alias for python3.6.

Just add this line in the file

/.bashrc : alias python3="python3.6" , then close your terminal and open a new one. Now when you type python3 xxx it gets translated to python3.6 xxx .

This solution fixes your problem without needing to tweak your system too heavily.

As Mikael Kjær pointed out, this is a misconfiguration of ansible with your system.

Set the ansible_python_interpreter configuration option to /usr/bin/python3. The ansible_python_interpreter configuration option is usually set per-host as an inventory variable associated with a host or group of hosts:

As seen here about the config file :

Changes can be made and used in a configuration file which will be processed in the following order:


5 Answers 5

apt-get update updates only the package lists. To actually upgrade the packages you have to run:

If you ran the above commands but the packages still were not upgraded, probably you didn't add Ondřej Surý's PHP PPA to your system.

Run the following to add the PPA:

For PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0:

For PHP 5.4 (Deprecated, upgrade at least to PHP 5.5):

For PHP 5.5 (Deprecated, use ppa:ondrej/php ):

For PHP 5.6 (Deprecated, use ppa:ondrej/php ):

Then update the package lists and perform the upgrade:

Release upgrade

If you want to install the latest PHP (for example PHP7 ) but you want to stick to the release's packages intead of hacking the sources around and you want to do a full-release upgrade (for example you are in Ubuntu 14.04 -which does not have php7- and you want to go to Ubuntu 16.04 -which does- then you can do:


CMake executables will be in /opt/cmake-3.5.2-Linux-x86_64/bin/ .

Currently, the latest version is 3.5.2, the following instructions based on this version. You should therefore check the download page and adjust the file name accordingly.

Now you can have to choose an installation type to decide, I recommend installing with checkinstall , as this creates a DEB package.

I am not sure if I am late to the party, but recently on Ubuntu 14.04 I faced same issues and this is how I got it solved. First, you need to remove the existing cmake by executing the command:

Hit return or enter . Next, you need to install cmake3 by using the following commands:

Assuming, my answer will get old in few years, consider searching for a cmake package that has a number associated with it. For example, at this time, cmake3 works for me.