Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012 Edition) is the best tablet I've ever used... It's been 5 years, and I'm still using it...
If you use MacOS, skip the Debian/Ubuntu part.
cd ~ wget http://mirror.ctan.org/systems/texlive/tlnet/install-tl-unx.tar.gz tar -xzf install-tl-unx.tar.gz cd install-tl-20170117 sudo ./install-tl
o and press
Enter. You will see the option manual. Enable letter size as well as creating symlinks by pressing
i to start installation. It took me about 45min to finish installation. This will depend on your network speed.
Just download MacTex from here. Install the pkg. It took me about 20min.
Dealing with dvips font issue
After installing the new system, I still encounter the problem saying
dvips: Font Helvetica used in file <...> is not in the mapping file.
To solve the issue, find where
For MacOS, mine is at
For Ubuntu, mine is at
First check your current version of Tex is right (via
tex --version), and then do
and paste the following (modify based on the path of
dvips35.map) and save it.
updmap to update the map.
Everything should work fine now. Thank Harris and the author of Tex Live.
Let me clarify a bit. Le Max Pro, the smartphone that carried with so much hope in 60GHz communications, does not support 802.11ad in terms of software.
Yes, although demonstrated in the video like here and articles like here, Le Max Pro does not have software functionality that supports 802.11ad. It does carry with Snapdragon 820 and does have a fully functioning system, but the ability to access 60GHz channel is missing. I got this phone a while ago, with hope and faith. Yet, I was disappointed.
Guess the only good news is that this phone is discontinued. If there is anyone still looking for this phone, and is looking forward to the so-claimed first smartphone with 60GHz, please consider to wait for more time.
Super Mario Run is for iOS. Wait, what?
Passed MAE! Officially a PhD candidate now! YAY!
Google Home is coming out today. It is getting super excited to see that Google is using its cutting-edge technology on smart home, just like Amazon Echo and Samsung Atrik. What is interesting about Google Home is that we see many other opportunities other than just voice commands.
While security is surely one thing (and one big thing of course) in these smart home devices (or precisely in the IoT development), I thought of one thing in particular: sensing. Although it is not limited to Google Home, here I use it as an example. Continue reading Google Home and Project Soli = ?
Use the following to create a large dummy file containing all zeroes. Below we assume 1GB size file. You can change it to something else.
dd if=/dev/zero of=bigfile count=1 bs=1 seek=$((1024 * 1024 * 1024 - 1))
Learned from here.