kandi X-RAY | howdy Summary
kandi X-RAY | howdy Summary
Howdy provides Windows Hello style authentication for Linux. Use your built-in IR emitters and camera in combination with facial recognition to prove who you are. Using the central authentication system (PAM), this works everywhere you would otherwise need your password: Login, lock screen, sudo, su, etc.
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- Run the main loop
- Read a single frame from the camera
- Send a command to the ui
- Sets the UI text
- Go to the next slide
- Execute the show button
- Read download line
- Execute the main loop
- Execute OpenCV
- Show an error dialog
- Exit gtk main window
- Probe the video capture
- Set the property of the video
- Get the value of the property
- Add a new model creation button
- Loads the list of models
- Generate a snapshot
- Generate a logo
- Cancel a model delete button
- Event handler for user creation
- Launch the UI
- Generate logo
- Send a message to the auth ui
- Run add
- Exit the gtk process
- Release the object
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# greeting.py # # Demonstration of the pyparsing module, on the prototypical "Hello, World!" # example # # Copyright 2003, 2019 by Paul McGuire # import pyparsing as pp # define grammar greet = pp.Word(pp.alphas) + "," + pp.Word(pp.alphas) + pp.oneO
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I was just doing a simple lines of code and it gives a lot of issues just for using
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-06 at 11:01
pip uninstall telebot
pip install pyTelegramBotAPI
I'm having problem to show the Editor Widget when Delegate is applied with the Proxy situation. -> self.table.setModel(self.proxy)
If the Delegate is applied to the View/Model structure, then there is no problem at all. -> #self.table.setModel(self.model)
See the code below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 04:06
Any attempt to access the view indexes must use the view's model.
Your code doesn't work because the index you are providing belongs to another model, so the editor cannot be created because the view doesn't recognize the model of the index as its own: the view uses the proxy model, while you're trying to open an editor for the source model.
While in this case the simplest solution would be to use
self.proxy.index(), the proper solution is to always refer to the view's model.
I have started looking into Rust (and Warp) just a few days ago. I can't get into my head the following:
Given the following endpoints...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-21 at 20:31
or() wraps in a new type. You can use shadowing:
When I run Jest, I get 9 failing, 11 passing out of a total of 20, but there are only 10 tests between two different test files, here it is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-07 at 23:30
Just wanted to post a solution which is not buried in comments.
By default jest will find any test files in your entire project. If you are building or copying files to a build/release directory, you need to do one of the following:
- exclude test files from your build pipeline, OR
- exclude your build directories from jest
I'm trying to fully understand the limitations of compile-time macros.
Here is a macro (I'm fully aware that this is not a best-practice macro):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 13:33
parenscript:ps is a macro, not a function: its body is literal parenscript and is not evaluated but compiled, from Parenscript to JavaSctipt. This is easy to check:
I have an image that is dynamic for light/dark mode. If I place this image in a UIImageView, the dynamism works: when the user switches from light to dark mode and back, the image changes the version of itself that is displayed. But if I place the same image in an NSAttributedString as an NSTextAttachment and display the string in a label, the dynamism does not work: when the user switches from light to dark mode, the image does not change.
To see the problem in action, paste this code into your
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 15:13
I think that's unfortunately the normal behavior, but I considered it as a forgotten feature non-dev by Apple.
The only way I got currently, is to listen to
func traitCollectionDidChange(_ previousTraitCollection: UITraitCollection?) to detect the mode change.
Then, you can either reconstruct your
NSAttributedString, or enumerate over it and update it when needed.
With a enumeration, ie update only what's needed, and not regenerate the whole
In your initial attachment creation:
Here is my first query which returns the result in the image below
I get the "Restaurant Name" , "Customer Name", "Count of orders", & "date" from 3 tables namely "Orders", "Customers" and "Restaurants". Then I group it by the restaurant name, customer name, and date....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-29 at 13:02
i think you need a HAVING COUNT
We are trying to create an bot with a use of Adaptive cards on MS-Teams. The preview using adaptive card designer gives the proper image as required. But when used in the Teams app, the image looks totally distorted.
Below is the Json used for the adaptive cards:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 11:51
Moving comment to answer :
This issue has been fixed, We have checked and its working fine. Attaching a piece of code for emoji height and width. Please keep the width inline with height.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 19:40
i don't know what the deal is, i'm hoping there's an answer - but until then, i've resorted to this:
test1['greeting'].map(lambda x: set('hi').issubset(set(x)) and set('hi')!=set(x))
I would like to add synonyms for the subcommands in my Haskell command line tool. For example
summarize should yield the same result. Of course I could just add an entirely separate command
summarize, that appears as an own element in the output of
--help. But maybe there is a more elegant way.
Here is a self-contained example in a stack script
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-21 at 20:29
I don't think you can do this. It works fine for options, because the definition of OptField contains a list of OptName, and adds to that list when you use
(<>). But the definition of CommandFields, the thing returned by
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After installation, Howdy needs to learn what you look like so it can recognise you later. Run sudo howdy add to add a face model. If nothing went wrong we should be able to run sudo by just showing your face. Open a new terminal and run sudo -i to see it in action. Please check this wiki page if you've experiencing problems or search for similar issues. If you're curious you can run sudo howdy config to open the central config file and see the options Howdy has to offer. On most systems this will open the nano editor, where you have to press ctrl+x to save your changes.
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