mojave – How do I stop the automatic switching of memory when switching apps?

If I open the same app in more than one location, I sometimes switch to another location when I switch apps. That is very disorienting.

A concrete example is: I opened a few Chrome windows in Space 1 and a few more in Space 2. When I switch to Chrome with Cmd + Tab, sometimes the space bar is used.

How can I tell that switching apps (Cmd + Tab) and windows (Cmd + ~) stays in the same area?

I have made the configuration below. Cmd + ~ stays in the same room. But Cmd + Tab still triggers switching space when I open the same app in more than one location.

System Settings -> Mission Control and

  1. Uncheck "If you switch to an application, switch to a space with open windows for the application".
  2. Disable "Group windows by application"

Security – Has Apple implemented an automatic form of "fix permissions"?

I've added things to / Users / Shared that my wife and I should have full access to, no matter who we create / read / edit. I've tried to make sure of that by putting group on rwx, Now we are both in the same group, but to make sure, I've glued the group a bit to make it rws, Both were performed recursively. But when I looked at it today, that was sticky piece Not on everything.

Has Apple added another nanny function to "protect" ourselves from ourselves? Could this have been done by an installer who asked for an admin password?

Can I prevent this with an ACL?

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Is there a long-term negative impact of frequent automatic sensor cleaning in the camera?

Many newer digital cameras offer automatic sensor cleaning in the menu that uses sensor vibration to remove dirt. This seems to me to be a possible source of long-term mechanical stress. Have studies been conducted that demonstrate a change in longevity or other negative consequences of frequent automatic sensor cleaning?

I am particularly interested in the Nikon D800, but would be pleased to receive information on cameras and DSLRs in general.

Linux – How to create (automatic) zones in separate files (not in the main configuration file) on bind9?

As the subject says … I want to configure the system so that when adding a domain to the server, the DNS zone is stored in its own conf file, so there is not a single flat file with too many zones. Is that possible?

Surely it must be possible and certainly people with MANY domains will not use named.conf.local to save all these zones (?)

Every advice is welcome! Many Thanks.

Automatic manipulation of experimental data and plotting

I have experimental data that looks like this
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In the high positive and negative x-axis areas, my data is always linear. I want to extract the slope of the data in these areas, average and subtract this linear slope from these experimental data.

BMoment = {-0.0000331, -0.0000354, -0.0000334, -0.0000315, -0.0000291, 
-0.0000269, -0.0000251, -0.0000234, -0.0000211, -0.0000189, 
-0.0000173, -0.0000152, -0.0000131, -0.0000114, -9.51 * 10 ^ -6, 
-9.51 * 10 ^ -6, -5.75 * 10 ^ -6, -3.96 * 10 ^ -6, -2.5 * 10 ^ -6, -6.15 * 10 ^ -7,
1.29 * 10 ^ -6, 3.28 * 10 ^ -6, 4.95 * 10 ^ -6, 6.9 * 10 ^ -6,
8.81 * 10 ^ -6, 0.0000107, 0.000012, 0.0000139, 0.0000156, 0.0000172, 
0.0000186, 0.0000199, 0.0000214, 0.0000229, 0.000024, 0.0000259, 
0.0000271, 0.0000284, 0.0000294, 0.0000302, 0.0000314, 0.0000322, 
0.0000331, 0.0000334, 0.0000332, 0.0000331, 0.0000321, 0.0000303, 
0.0000276, "",
7.27 * 10 ^ -6, -8.61 * 10 ^ -6, -0.000013, -0.0000166, -0.0000189, 
-0.0000208, -0.0000221, -0.0000229, -0.0000236, -0.0000241, 
-0.0000242, -0.0000242, "", -0.0000238, -0.0000224, -0.0000214, 
-0.0000205, -0.0000192, -0.000018, -0.0000168, -0.0000154, 
-0.0000137, -0.0000125, -0.0000109, -9.51 * 10 ^ -6, -7.62 * 10 ^ -6, 
-6.17 * 10 ^ -6, -4.43 * 10 ^ -6, -2.91 * 10 ^ -6, -1.1 * 10 ^ -6, 4.78 * 10 ^ -7,
2.29 * 10 ^ -6, 3.93 * 10 ^ -6, 5.83 * 10 ^ -6, 7.16 * 10 ^ -6,
9.76 * 10 ^ -6, 0.0000116, 0.0000132, 0.0000152, "", 0.0000198, 
0.0000236, 0.0000257, 0.0000273, 0.0000287, 0.0000303, 0.0000294, 
0.0000278, 0.0000257, 0.0000239, 0.0000223, 0.00002, 0.0000184, 
0.0000163, 0.0000147, 0.0000129, 0.0000111, 9.1 * 10 ^ -6, 7.39 * 10 ^ -6,
5.42 * 10 ^ -6, 3.53 * 10 ^ -6, 2.1 * 10 ^ -6,
6.21 * 10 ^ -7, -1.29 * 10 ^ -6, -2.77 * 10 ^ -6, -3.92 * 10 ^ -6, -6.09 * 10 ^ -6, 
-7.55 * 10 ^ -6, -7.55 * 10 ^ -6, -0.0000111, -0.0000127, -0.0000146, 
-0.000016, -0.0000176, -0.0000193, -0.0000208, -0.0000223, 
-0.0000237, -0.0000252, -0.0000262, -0.0000262, -0.0000295, 
-0.0000305, -0.0000314, -0.0000327, -0.0000334, -0.0000344, 
-0.0000347, -0.0000353, -0.0000351, -0.0000349, -0.0000342, 
-0.0000326, -0.0000197, 5.36 * 10 ^ -7,
7,15 * 10 ^ -6, 0,0000117, 0,0000154, 0,0000177, 0,0000192, 0,0000209, 
0.0000214, 0.0000221, 0.0000225, 0.0000225, "", 0.0000229, 0.0000216, 
0.0000202, 0.0000194, 0.0000181, 0.0000171, 0.0000164, 0.000015, 
0.0000133, 0.0000122, 0.0000103, "", 5.69 * 10 ^ -6,
2.4 * 10 ^ -6, -7.92 * 10 ^ -7, -2.57 * 10 ^ -6, -3.8 * 10 ^ -6, -5.73 * 10 ^ -6, 
-7.57 * 10 ^ -6, -9.38 * 10 ^ -6, -0.0000111, -0.0000132, -0.0000148, 
-0.0000169, -0.0000183, -0.0000202, -0.0000218, -0.0000237, 
-0.0000253, -0.000027, -0.0000284, -0.0000306, -0.0000317};

BField = {"10000.39258", 9926.71, 9753.31, 9553.6, 9353.67, 9153.66, 
8953.65, 8753.5, 8553.29, 8353.13, 8153.14, 7953.13, 7752.97, 
7552.86, 7353.25, 7153.36, 6953.29, 6753.62, 6553.47, 6353.31, 
6153.6, 5953.9, 5753.44, 5552.94, 5353.2, 5153.07, 4953.16, 4753.47, 
4553.01, 4353.3, 4153.54, 3953.03, 3752.89, 3552.98, 3353.06, 
3152.92, 2952.87, 2752.98, 2553.19, 2353.5, 2153.44, 1952.88, 
1752.74, 1552.62, 1352.12, 1152.4, 952.428, 752.302, 552.574, 352.34, 
-151,947, -556,781, -652,343, -847,615, -1047.75, -1247.28, -1447.3, 
-1647.63, -1847.38, -2047.14, -2247.47, -2447.92, -2647.83, -3154.02, 
-3559.45, -3653.04, -3846.57, -4047.03, -4247.54, -4446.88, -4646.19, 
-4846,62, -5047,05, -5247,21, -5447,34, -5647,21, -5847,3, -6047,42, 
-6247,12, -6446,82, -6646,87, -6846,88, -7046,54, -7246,27, -7446,34, 
-7646.43, -7846.78, -8046.89, -8246.18, -8446.21, -8951.32, -9356.78, 
-9451.92, -9647.21, -9846.9, -9973.31, -9926.79, -9753.78, -9554.16, 
-9354,13, -9154,55, -8954,45, -8753,93, -8554,08, -8354,06, -8,153.96, 
-7,954.24, -7754,61, -7554,58, -7354,49, -7154,46, -6954,43, -6754,8, 
-6555.13, -6354.76, -6154.64, -5955.32, -5755.24, -5554.82, -5354.72, 
-5154.56, -4954.41, -4754.38, -4554.55, -4354.45, -4154.76, -3954.64, 
-3754.54, -3555.01, -3355.44, -3155.4, -2954.92, -2755.14, -2555.44, 
-2355,56, -2155,53, -1955,45, -1755,26, -1555,16, -1355,13, ​​-1155,11, 
-954,979, -755.29, -555.501, -51.2047, 353.059, 449.119, 645.156, 
844.884, 1044.6, 1245.1, 1445.18, 1644.92, 1845.08, 2045.35, 2245.77, 
2443.42, 2949.21, 3354.2, 3449.83, 3645.43, 3845.47, 4045.53, 4245.5, 
4445.27, 4644.96, 4845.01, 5045.58, 5245.87, 5750.52, 6154.81, 
6350,27, 6645,9, 6846,01, 7045,71, 7245,51, 7445,61, 7645,62, 
7845,34, 8045,41, 8245,76, 8445,88, 8645,97, 8845,68, 9045,82, 
9246.4, 9446.06, 9645.72, 9845.93, 9973.12};

datalist300K = transpose @ {BField, BMoment};
p1 = ListLinePlot[datalist300K, PlotStyle -> {Blue}];
BMomentDia = (-7.61 x 10 -9) · BField; (* I found the slope in Excel and dropped it here, but I would like to find the slope automatically *)
data2 = Transpose @ {BField, BMomentDia};
p2 = ListLinePlot[data2, PlotStyle -> {Dashed, Black}];
BMomentProcessed = BMoment - BMomentDia;
data3 = Transpose @ {BField, BMomentProcessed};
p3 = ListLinePlot[data3,  PlotStyle -> Red, Frame -> True, 
  FrameTicks -> True, Joined -> True, 
  FrameLabel -> {"Magnetic Field(Oe)", "Magnetization(emu)"}, 
  PlotRange -> {{-10000, 10000}, Automatic}, PlotStyle -> Thick, 
  BaseStyle -> {FontSize -> 15}, AspectRatio -> 3/5, Mesh -> {{0}}, 
  MeshFunctions -> {#2 &}, 
  MeshStyle -> Directive[Black, PointSize[.02]]]

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Finally, the plotted curve should look something like the one in red, but I also want to extrapolate the missing points in between. How do I proceed?

What is a solution for automatic battery draining?

I use Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2.
Running on cake.

It has 5000 mAh battery.
It should take up to two days.

But hardly a day get battery backup.
Even with minimal use.

And the battery will automatically discharge when the phone is not in use.

After I was fully charged, I used Twitter for 13 minutes and that used up 2 percent of battery quickly.

My phone is two months old and updated to the latest firmware.

I did a hard reset three times, but nothing happens.

I will not install a third-party app and I'm not satisfied with installing an app like greenify.

Note: I know it's a mistake from Asus. So if there is a solution that I could fix myself.

So what is a solution for battery discharge?

python – Implementation of a custom automatic localization algorithm on any cloud computing platform

I am especially new in cloud computing, please naked with me.
Suppose I have my own proactive and reactive autoscaling algorithms that I want to implement. How can I implement this in a cloud computing platform? I just want to compare my results to existing algorithms already used for auto-scaling.

I've done some research kubernetes but I really could not find anything useful. I came over too Cloudsim but the documentation is not really good and therefore I have problems understanding all classes correctly. I would be very happy if someone could give me a head start because I have no idea where to start.