Short answer: you can't. Files (map data, firmware updates etc.) are always downloaded to %ProgramData%\Garmin\CoreService\Download (typically C:\ProgramData\Garmin\CoreService\Download)
The only solution I could find is to move that folder to another partition (make sure to completely exit Garmin Express first), then create a link to it:
c:\ProgramData\Garmin\CoreService>mklink /J Downloads "d:\Garmin.Downloads"
Junction created for Downloads <<===>> d:\Garmin.Downloads
Since Apple moved from JPEG
as default format about two years ago, there has been a lot of progress.
There is a very straightforward way to add minimal HEIC/HEIF support to Ubuntu:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:strukturag/libheif
sudo apt-get install heif-gdk-pixbuf heif-gimp-plugin heif-thumbnailer
That's it! You don't even need to logout or restart, the new functionality is available immediately.
More details here
The geohashing wiki hosted at wiki.xkcd.com/geohashing had been down since September 2019.
It is now back at a new address https://geohashing.site/geohashing/
[updated with the latest info on 2020-03-09]
I've been using the staticmaplite
library for a while to generate static maps based on OSM tiles.
Recently I started getting the following error when downloading tiles:
Access control configuration prevents your request from being allowed at this time. Please contact your service provider if you feel this is incorrect.
The OSM team was very responsive when I contacted them and they pointed me to https://operations.osmfoundation.org/policies/tiles/
Based on that info, I checked how staticmap.php was fetching tiles and noticed that the User-Agent string was hardcoded to "Mozilla/4.0". I fixed this and now I can fetch tiles again. You can get the updated version from here: https://github.com/crox-net/staticmaplite
Discover/list other hosts:
ping6 -I eth0 ff02::1
ip -6 neigh show
To connect to a host using the link-local address you need to specify which interface to use (see "zone index
ssh -6 fe80::a00:aaaa:bbbb:cccc%eth0