Canada visa processing time – Exchange travel packages

I have a business trip planned for Canada on October 10 and the deadlines are quite tight.

I live in Munich and I have the option of sending my application in VFS Berlin or VFS Vienna.
The visa processing time on the Canadian website sets 9 days for Germany and 12 days for Austria.

Not sure how they are calculated? Shouldn't it be less for Austria considering that the embassy is in Vienna, Austria?

Error updating or installing Linux Mint 19 packages

I have Linux Mint 19 Cinamon, I have the following problem.
When I'm going to update the package list sudo apt-get update or install another package, I miss 3 errors:

W: Cannot read /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/ – DirectoryExists (2: The
  file or directory does not exist)

W: Cannot read /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ – DirectoryExists (2: The
  file or directory does not exist)

W: Cannot read /etc/apt/sources.list – RealFileExists (2: The
  file or directory does not exist)

Could you tell me the solution to this problem?
Thank you.

MySQL upload: timed out while reading communication packages

I am loading a large MySQL dump file (120 GB). I am using MySQL 5.7.

I am having the following error:

Aborted connection 6 to db: 'unconnected' user: 'root' host: 'localhost' (Got timeout reading communication packets)

I have already

max_allowed_packet = 1GB

Note that it specifically says "timeout error". I have seen questions about "error" when reading the communication packages.

Any other suggestions?

It failed after about 12 hours, so it's not like I can keep trying things. I need to load this database.

Homebrew, list all packages that do not depend on other installed packages

There is the incredible vanilla list:

$ brew list | cat

Let's say I want to verify which packages I can remove because I don't need them anymore. I would need a way to fake that list, because if I try to delete a random package, p. openssl@1.1:

$ brew remove openssl@1.1
Error: Refusing to uninstall /usr/local/Cellar/openssl@1.1/1.1.0f
because it is required by net-snmp, which is currently installed.
You can override this and force removal with:
  brew uninstall --ignore-dependencies openssl@1.1
$ _

Then my desired output would be:

$ _

I do not know if net-snmp It can be depended by anyone. It is not on my stage. libevent It also depends on something else, but please abstract that.


How to distribute styles with packages?

I want to define some named styles with StyleData Y StyleDefinitions They are brand new or inherit from the default style sheets and use these named styles in my package. These include styles for displaying objects introduced by the package, styles for package documentation, etc. Needless to say, I want these styles to work smoothly in other environments when I distribute the package.

  1. Where should I put style definitions inside my package? How should I organize the styles?
  2. What is the scope of these styles? Are they only available when
    package is loadad?
  3. What are some guidelines for defining distributed styles in the most general way possible, considering, for example, that users can use different stylesheets or environments.

For example, I cannot specify a text color explicitly in my style, such as FontColor -> Black, since it will not be visible in case a user trusts ReverseColor style sheet Leaving the color undefined causes most styles to change color in case the background is changed (and the style sheet). How can I define styles? with colors Who knows the background / style sheet, without programmatically modifying the global style sheets on the user's machine?

Windows 7 Sending M-SEARCH SSDP packages even though UPnP and SSDP services are disabled

I have a small Windows 7 business workgroup network (without domain controller, without using home group) from which I am trying to eliminate SSDP traffic. I disabled the SSDP Discovery and UPnP Device Host services on each computer and restarted each computer. When I use Wireshark to capture packages from one of the computers, I see an SSDP package sent every 90 seconds or so from each computer on the network with the following information:

Simple Service Discovery Protocol
    M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1rn
    ST: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:InternetGatewayDevice:1rn
    MAN: "ssdp:discover"rn
    MX: 2rn
    (Full request URI:*)
    (HTTP request 1/2)
    (Next request in frame: 2649)

    MAN: "ssdp:discover"rn
    MX: 2rn
    (Full request URI:*)
    (HTTP request 1/2)
    (Next request in frame: 2649)

This problem is covered in this server error question. I tried the registry edition suggested by Josh on October 3, 2014 on that question, but the SSDP packages are still being sent. I know that these packages are looking for an IP gateway device. I have disabled UPnP on my IP router. Can anyone tell me what is generating these packages? Can I disable whatever is creating the packages or is it something that is normal behavior?

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Schengen visa extension? – Exchange of travel packages

I have an existing Schengen visa that I applied for through the German consulate while traveling to Germany, valid until October 31. I applied for this visa using my children's passport, which is a British citizen. And now I bought a ticket to Spain and returned from Spain to the United Kingdom on November 2. I will travel with my British children again. I am trying to apply for another visa. But I have been told that I have to cancel my other Schengen visa and reapply to Schengen in Spain.
1. there is the possibility of extending
2. Can I simply apply for a visa through the German consulate, since I already have a visa and try to continue, if that is the case, how would I do it?
Thanks x

Replace unsupported packages in Ubuntu with Debian packages

In an installation of Ubuntu 18.04, ubuntu-support-status --show-unsupported Shows several unsupported packages. This is a known issue with Ubuntu that the LTS promise is only for packages in main, but many configurations require packages of universe Y multiverse. Now, the clean solution would be to use Debian instead. However, this is a VM in a computer center, and they do not offer Debian at this time. Then I am stuck with Ubuntu.

How about replacing packages not compatible with Debian packages? main repository? Any experience with that? What would be the necessary technical steps?

I'm also contemplating using do-release-upgrade to go to 19.04, hoping it is compatible with all relevant packages.

Any other ideas on how to deal with this situation?

Germany – Formal obligation – Exchange of travel packages

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