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I compiled my Ruby program by OCRA gem, and it works if I drag "filename.txt" directly onto the compiled executable file (*.exe) in the Windows 7 explorer. Here is the beginning of my Ruby: reports='filename.txt' #Opening the file f = File.open('output.txt', 'w') File.readlines(reports).each do |line| #processing, such as f.puts end In case you want ...
While grawity was a great help on figuring out what the problem was, I finally solved by running a simple, but overlooked command: sudo systemctl enable app.target That was it. Just enable the target and the service will work like a charm. The CoreOS docs helped me figure this out.
As in the manual pages, StopWhenUnneeded=true means "stop this unit as soon as no other active units depend on it anymore". For example, if you start app.target, it depends on app-web-1.target which will also be started, and likewise depends on app-web-1.service. But if you stop the main app.target later, normally it wouldn't affect other two units at all ...
I use http://checkip.amazonaws.com/ curl -s http://checkip.amazonaws.com/ (This form miscounts the above 82 characters as 15 characters, so I have to enter an extra sentence.)
see page http://wtfismyip.com, http://wtfismyip.com/text actually on. Get ip address in the form of text. XML or JSON formats too. or get http://checkip.dyndns.com/ but format is "Current IP Address: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"
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