This will generate the names of the packages and their respective versions that you have installed, as well as some other inbuilt dependencies that run your Flask application. Then, it stores them in a .txt file named requirements.
This command runs the container and its embedded application, each on port 5000 using a port-binding approach. The first 5000 is the port that we allocate to the container on our machine. The second 5000 is the port where the application will run on the container.
sed -n means don't print each line by default. -e means execute the next argument as a sed script. 10,100p is a sed script that means starting on line 10, until line 100 (inclusive), print (p) that line. Then the output is saved into output.txt.
This time, tail -n +10 prints out the entire file starting from line 10, and head -n 91 prints the first 91 lines of that (up to and including line 100 of the original file). It's redirected to output.txt in the same way.
1. -o Option: Unix also provides us with special facilities like if you want to write the output to a new file, output.txt, redirects the output like this or you can also use the built-in sort option -o, which allows you to specify an output file.
NHANES III data that were released or updated after 1999 are available as SAS Transport (.xpt) files and can be used like the continuous survey files. NHANES III data released before 1999 were released as .dat files, which are formatted ASCII data files (text files). Running the associated SAS code creates a SAS dataset. Additionally, the text files can be used with other software packages. Please see your software package's instructions for working with text files (.dat or .txt).
NHANES II and I data files released or updated after 1999 are also available as SAS Transport (.xpt files) and can be used like the continuous NHANES data files. NHANES II and I data files released before 1999 are formatted text files (.txt) wrapped in a self-extracting executable file (.exe). Running the associated SAS code provided in the perspective data page creates a SAS dataset from the text file. Additionally, the text files can be used with other software packages. Please see your software package's instructions for working with text files (.txt).
Where /path/to/ is the path to your files, file*.txt is the pattern of your file names, -type f finds only files, not directories, -n1 tells to tail to return 1 line, and output.txt is the output file.
As the title states, I have a Safe Senders list I've created and stored in a public share. I've created a GPO to push that list out to all of the clients. Everything appears to be working except that Outlook only seems to be importing part of what is on that list. There are about 5000 entries on it, but only about 700 the local client is importing in. I've double checked the formatting of the list and it's correct. I've duplicated the same issue on another machine. Both clients are Outlook 365. What would cause this partial issue?
Thank you for taking the time to replicate this in your lab! I have verified the policy settings are accurate. I also made a new file in the same location and changed the policy to point to that file. No change. I then copied the file to a local location on both test computers (c:\users\USERNAME\desktop\safesenders2.txt).
I was able to manually import the exact same list from the same location into an Outlook client and was able to verify that the sender list is now over 5000. This proves that Outlook can handle a list of that size, the file working and reachable. 041b061a72