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How to add “do-release-upgrade” command to the preseed configuration for Ubuntu 18.04
My latest question was recently answered about pre-seeding Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
During the installation, I get the option to upgrade the OS to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, which is great.
Also, when I choose the Language, I get the option of configuring the keyboard.
However, when I click “Continue”, I get
debconf: DbDriver “passwords”: /var/cache/debconf/passwords.dat is locked by another process: Resource temporarily unavailable
Probably because I get the dialog box for logging in to the new system while the installation is taking place.
But, I’d like to upgrade first before doing the installation.
So, is there a way of setting up Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS to automatically upgrade (with my preseed) to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS?
The solution to this problem is in the referenced question. The answer is to have two partition options during preseed.
First, create a partition using the whole disk to install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. This would be the partition with the /etc/hosts and other files important to the OS installation.
Second, create another partition using the whole disk for the new Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. This would be the partition with /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*, the settings.d, the cdrom, dpkg, and other files for the OS installation.
The whole installation process (including upgrading) would be the same as the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS installation.
What is the fastest way to modify just a few bytes in an NSData byte array?
Currently I’m using the following code to modify a few bytes of an NSData instance
newData.bytes = oldData.bytes + 1234
However, I’m afraid it is not efficient and I wonder if there is a more efficient way to do it?
The simple answer is “You’re doing it wrong.”
The faster way to modify the bytes of an NSData object is to copy it into a new NSData object, modify the bytes of that object, and
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Is it possible to use @wire in LWC (or other Lightning components)?
If not, are there any plans for this?
As you mentioned in a comment, it’s possible to use @wire in Aura Components. That said, you cannot reference @wire anywhere in a Lightning Component. If you reference it in an Aura Component, you will get an error.
S. J. Green was born in 1853 in Tennessee. He was the son of a farmer, and was educated in the country schools of the South. He attended the University of Georgia from 1872 to 1876 and the Atlanta Law School in 1877.
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