Unity Addressables – do all editor instances need a local copy?

I’m able to get Unity addressables to load in editor 1 (“project 1”), where it is both generating the .json/hash/bin and loading the prefab asset into scene. This is then placed on AWS (and the link has been tested to download in browser https://bucket.amazonaws.com/(BuildTarget)).

However, in editor 2 (“project 2”), after setting up the remote_load to be the link above, the prefab does not load.

Maybe I am misunderstanding how this works – does “project 2” also need a local copy of the prefab, or can that itself load from the server?

4.0 ice cream sandwich – How do I get an Android 4.0 device to stream camera to local network or act as usb webcam?

I have an old android device that I’d like to keep using rather than sending it to a recycler. I have it secured on my network with a MAC address block such that it is only capable of communicating with local 192.168.1.* addresses. It cannot be upgraded beyond android 4.0 due to manufacturer limitations.

What I would like to do is sideload any kind of application that would allow me to stream video from the camera to either a locally hosted rtmp server (already configured and working) or to ffmpeg. Currently I’ve looked at an application called ‘spydroid’, ‘wificam’, ‘droid ip cam’ and ‘rtsp stream app’, but none of these applications are capable of providing this feature in a way that works (none of them can stream to an existing rtmp server or to ffmpeg).

Is there an app that allows me to stream my camera to the local network that will work with android version 4.0? If not, is it possible to configure it to act as a USB webcam?

Provide 200 SEO-Friendly Directory Submission for $7

Provide 200 SEO-Friendly Directory Submission

Hi, Dear Honorable Buyer.

Welcome to my services.

Directory submission is most important for site ranking and increasing website da pa.

We all know that links play a vital role in SERP. One method to earn a high-quality link is directory submission. I will manually submit your directory to high PA, DA, Moz rank, and Google penalties free directory sites which will help your business to grow.

My Service Features:

  • Increase website visibility in search engine
  • Directory is inserted into the correct category for your industry.
  • 100% Manual No Software
  • Get More Website traffic
  • Google Panda and Google Penguin Friendly Website
  • Website’s ranking will be boosted.
  • 24 Hours Support System


– Send Us your Business details

– After Business listing, I will send you a full excel report with active links screenshots for proof of submitting directories

You will get all this Quality work at the best rates.

Order your work today in just 5$



networking – SSH connection refused on no-ip but allowed on local

Hello I am quite recent to the linux server enviroment and I’ve been trying to set an old laptop as a webserver with nginx

I followed this tutorial for securing my server:
tutorial for securing the ssh access

Then I proceeded to portforward my router to allow remote ssh and also opened up port 80 to test if I could connect the server as a subdomain to a domain I already own.
After that I enabled No-Ip on my router and set up a dynamic DNS for my IP, so that I could ssh from that dns from anywhere

However now I am facing the following problems:

  • I cannot ssh via my dynamic dns from No-ip but I can ssh via the local IP of the ‘server’
  • If I try to run $ ssh -p MYPORT user@no-ip-address, I get this in return:
    • ssh: connect to host no-ip-address port MYPORT: Connection refused.

I have checked if my no-ip dns has the port open in here and it tells me that the port I want to use to ssh into the server is open.

I also linked this server as a subdomain of a domain I already own with nginx and whilst the server is connected to that subdomain, if I try to telnet that subdomain it is linked to my routers public IP as expected but I also get the Connection refused error that I get when trying to ssh to the server.

Thanks in advance!

EDIT: I am using Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS

javascript – What are downsides to opening local html files in the browser?

Let’s say you have a scenario where you want to build a simple web stack (html/css/js) prototype to share with someone.

I am a little unclear on whether or not I want/need to use a small web-server to do so or whether it is appropriate to recommend opening the root html file (lets say index.html) locally in your browser.

In the index.html file, it will reference other local js/css files like so:

    <script src="https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/./test.js"></script>

This seems to work fine for me locally in Chrome, but I am curious if there are any drawbacks/limits to using this approach that aren’t immediately obvious, I was having trouble finding documentation on how this works compared to setting up a local web server.

network – .local domain any possible ways in getting the extension

I was recently working on Broken link Hijacking and found a link in a target which reflected on multiple pages. It was portal.REDACTED.local which was not accessible and returned response as bad host.

So I never saw a extension that has .local so I just want to know if there is any way to claim this extension. If yes can you please share how can I claim this extension.

Thank you.

performance – Local WP install giving often ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE error

WordPress works most of time, but slow.
But very often I get ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE, I think the reason it’s just because it’s slow.
If I refresh the page, sometimes it works.

It’s a local install of an online site that doesn’t have any problem.
My machine is a 16GB MacOS Catalina with Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.0

I don’t think it’s MySQL problem. I see no slow queries.
The site has woocommerce and totalcache installed among other plugins.

Don’t know how to troubleshoot this…

virtualbox – Local folder mounted as empty on Ubuntu with docker-machine

It appeared that docker-machine mounted my local /home to /hosthome by default.

Also using -v or --volume option for docker run has a difference to --mount option: local folder is automatically created if it doesn’t exist.

That’s why when calling docker run -v /home/a/b/c:/xxx, an empty folder was created at path /home/a/b/c inside virtual machine first, and then mounted to container at path /xxx.

First takeaway was to stop using -v option and start using --mount instead: docker run --mount type=bind,source=/home/a/b/c,target=/xxx. In this case the command will fail fast with error as the source path doesn’t exist in virtual machine.

Second step was to remove default shared folder from the virtual machine (my driver was virtualbox) and replace it with proper one with matching path. Performing these operations on stopped vm:

docker-machine stop
vboxmanage sharedfolder remove default --name hosthome
vboxmanage sharedfolder add default --name $HOME --hostpath $HOME --automount
docker-machine start

macos – Why port not accessible in local network?

I’m trying to debug the device via Proxyman/Charles. To do this, you need to set up a proxy on your device via Wi-Fi. When I launch the Proxyman/Charles app, the app listens on a specific port. When I try to set up a proxy on the device via Wi-Fi, using MacBook IP and the port that Proxyman listens to, the proxy does not work. Moreover, I try to use the iNetTools application to scan ports on the local network, but the port is not found.

Firewall on the MacBook is completely disabled, all possible programs that work with VPN are disabled. What else can block the port?

I tried connecting to a Windows PC that also runs Charles. It’s working fine.

algebraic geometry – Definition of local complete intersection

In Hartshorne, there is the following definition of a “local complete intersection”:

enter image description here

Now, what does “locally generated by $r$ elements at every point” mean?

I think one of the following:

  1. $X$ can be covered by affine open sets ${U_i=operatorname{Spec} A_i}$, such that ideal $I_isubset A_i$ (corresponding to $mathscr{I}_isubset mathscr{O}_{U_i}$) can be generated $r$ elements.

  2. For all $xin X$, the ideal $mathscr{I}_xsubset mathscr{O}_{x,X}$ can be generated $r$ elements.

Which is the correct definition? Or are these two definitions equivalent?