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Azure Redis Cache geo-replication is now generally available

We are very happy to announce the general availability of geo-replication support for Azure Redis Cache. Redis Cache is Microsoft Azure’s Cache-as-a-Service offering, based on the popular open source Redis in-memory key-value store. With geo-replication support, Redis Cache joins …

Azure IoT SDKs released new Long-Term Support branch

The Azure IoT SDKs now have a new Long-Term Support (LTS) Branch. While we develop our SDKs on public GitHub repositories and ship a new version every other week to give developers access to the latest and greatest features, we now …

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 5/5): Sample Custom Dashboard walkthrough

About

SCOM 1801 marks the release of REST APIs for SCOM SDK. Using these APIs a user can create any custom client application of their own. This blog aims at walking the user through a scenario where a complete standalone …

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 4/5): The all new Drilldown experience

About

This blog aims at introducing the all new drilldown experience added as part of the new dashboard with SCOM 1801 release.  For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the
After going through this blog a user …

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 3/5): The new HTML5 Widgets

About

This blog aims at introducing the all new HTML5 based widgets added as part of the new dashboards with  . For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation.
After going through this blog …

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post#2): The all new Dashboards

About

This blog aims at introducing the all new HTML5 based dashboard functionality added to SCOM 1801 release. For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation.
After going through this blog, a user would:…

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post#1)

About 

This series of blogs intends to introduce the new SCOM Web Console released in System Center Operations Manager 1801. For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation. This blog is designed

Matthias Clasen: Fedora Atomic Workstation: What about apps ?

I recently switched my main system to Fedora Atomic Workstation, and described my initial experience here. But I am going to travel soon, so I won’t have much time to fiddle with my laptop, and need to get things …

lobocode: Samba 4

Samba

This’s unofficial documentation of Samba 4 that had been compiled through a personal study and practical experiences I’ve had with Samba in production environment. If there’s any misinformation on my part, send me a pull request on github. The references

Meltdown Patch and the Impact on Infrastructure Supporting Splunk Solutions

Splunk’s VP of Engineering, Krishna Tammana, shares findings on the performance impact of Meltdown-induced patching and recommendations for Splunk customers…

Richard Hughes: Razer doesn’t care about Linux

tl;dr: Don’t buy hardware from Razer and expect firmware updates to fix security problems on Linux.

Razer is a vendor that makes high-end gaming hardware, including laptops, keyboards and mice. I opened a ticket with Razor a few days ago …

Radka Janek: Women in tech, women in real life, and my own story.

How?

I’ve mentioned some of my unpleasant experiences of the last month In my previous post, and my lightning talk in the one before that. The idea behind the lightning talk is that anyone, as an individual, can …

Siddhesh Poyarekar: Optimizing toolchains for modern microprocessors

About 2.5 years ago I left Red Hat to join Linaro in a move that surprised even me for the first few months. I still work on the GNU toolchain with a glibc focus, but my focus changed considerably. I …

Alvaro Castillo: ¡Nuevo blog!

Bienvenidos a la nueva interfaz de Echemos un bitstazo, en estas semanas, iremos rescatando artículos de nuestro viejo blog para que no se pierdan en la red, y posteriormente, publicaremos tutoriales, apuntes, y mucho más tanto en nuestra Wiki como …

Sirko Kemter: Update on Supplemental Wallpaper for Fedora 28

I used the weekend to moderate the supplemental wallpapers for Fedora 28. I did already check from time to time the sumissions and rejected the ones who break the guidelines, and started checking the legality of the ones with given …

Ubuntu Insights: Your first robot: The controller [3/5]

This article originally appeared on Kyle Fazzari’s blog and is the third installment in a series.

This is the third blog post in this series about creating your first robot with ROS and Ubuntu Core. In the previous

David Tomaschik: Book Review: Red Team by Micah Zenko

Red Team: How to Succeed By Thinking Like the Enemy by
Micah Zenko focuses on the role that red teaming plays in a variety of
institutions, ranging from the Department of Defense to cybersecurity. It’s an
excellent book that describes …

Matthew Thode: Native ZFS encryption for your rootfs

Disclaimer

I’m not responsible if you ruin your system, this guide functions as documentation for future me. Remember to back up your data.

Why do this instead of luks

I wanted to remove a layer from the File to Disk …

Adam Young: Virtualization Setup for RH CSA study

While my company has wonderful resources to allow employees to study for our certifications, they are time limited to prevent waste. I find I’ve often kicked off the lab, only to get distracted with a reql-world-interrupt, and come back to …

Adam Young: Deleting an image on RDO

So I uploaded a qcow image…but did it wrong. It was tagged as raw instead of qcow, and now I want it gone. Only problem….it is stuck.

$ openstack image delete rhel-server-7.4-update-4-x86_64
Failed to delete image with name or ID 

An Update on Office 365 Requiring TLS 1.2

Hello Exchange Server followers! In December 2017 it was announced Office 365 planned to discontinue support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 connections on March 1st, 2018, and after that time only TLS 1.2 connections would be allowed …

Adam Young: Keystonerc for RDO cloud

If you are using RDO Cloud and want to do command line Ops, here is the outline of a keystone.rc file you can use to get started.

unset $( set | awk '{FS="="} /^OS_/ {print $1}' ) export OS_AUTH_URL=https://phx2.cloud.rdoproject.org:35357/v3/
export 

Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu Desktop weekly update – February 9, 2018

Here’s the round up from this week:

GNOME

  • The default session has now been switched back to use Xorg by default.  Wayland is still installed and can be selected from the login screen.
  • GNOME 3.27 has entered Freeze in preparation

Ubuntu Insights: Tutorial: Setup a ZFS storage pool

ZFS is a handy way of pooling disks together into a single filesystem.

Whether you want to transparently mirror content across disks to preserve yourself from faulty hardware or unify an array of disks into a single storage unit, it’s …

Jiri Eischmann: Nextcloud Talk: video conferencing the open way

For instant messaging I’ve been primarily using Telegram. I think it’s a good compromise between openness and features and mass adoption. It can also do encrypted audio calls, but it can’t do video calls and audio/video conferences of multiple people.…

Simos Xenitellis: How to develop the LXD hypervisor – Part #2 (using multipass/KVM VM)

Background: LXD is a hypervisor that manages machine containers on Linux distributions. You install LXD on your Linux distribution and then you can launch machine containers into your distribution running all sort of (other) Linux distributions. In this post we …

Daniel Berrange: The Fedora virtualization software archive (aka virt-ark)

With libvirt releasing 11 times a year and QEMU releasing three times a year, there is a quite large set of historical releases available by now. Both projects have a need to maintain compatibility across releases in varying areas. For …

Technology Short Take 94

Welcome to Technology Short Take 94! Ready for another round of links, articles, and thoughts on data center technologies? (Who knows, maybe I’ll throw a rant or two in there.) OK, enough rambling…here’s the good stuff!

Networking

  • Amit Aneja has

Daniel Holbach: Took a year off…

Since many of you reached out to me in the past weeks to find out if I was still travelling the world and how things were going, I thought I’d reconnect with the online world and write a blog post …

Simos Xenitellis: How to install the VLC 3.0 snap in Linux

VLC (from the VideoLAN organization) is a popular media player, and very soon they will release version 3. Let’s see how to install it on Ubuntu. Open up the Ubuntu Software and search for videolan. You get this. There are …

Fedora Magazine: Inspect and manage processes with ps

Understanding Linux process management can be useful for both developers and system administrators. The ps command is an excellent way to get information about processes running on the system.

What is a process?

A process is a series of tasks …

Rajeesh K Nambiar: Sundar — a new traditional orthography ornamental font for Malayalam

There is a dearth of good Unicode fonts for Malayalam script. Most publishing houses and desktop publishing agencies still rely on outdated ASCII era fonts. This not only causes issues with typesetting using present technologies, it makes the ‘document’ or …

Matthias Clasen: First steps with Fedora Atomic Workstation

There’s been a lot of attention for the Fedora Atomic Workstation project recently, with several presentations at devconf (Kalev LemberColin Walters, Jonathan Lebon) and fosdem (Sanja Bonic), blog posts and other docs.…

Splunk Marketing’s Resolution: Let’s Embrace Change

Splunk CMO Brian Goldfarb reflects on the importance of embracing change as a catalyst for growth and success…

Tom Tromey: JIT Compilation for Emacs

There have been a few efforts at writing an Emacs JIT — the original one, Burton Samograd’s, and also Nick LLoyd’s. So, what else to do except write my own?

Like the latter two, I based mine …

Jono Bacon: Case Study: Building Product, Community, and, Sustainability at Fractal Audio Systems

In musicians circles, the Fractal Audio Systems Axe FX range of products has become one of the most highly regarded product lines. Aside from just being a neat product, what is interesting to me is the relationship they have built …

Stuart Langridge: Sorry Henry

I think I found a bug in a Henry Dudeney book.

Dudeney was a really famous puzzle creator in Victorian/Edwardian times. For Americans: Sam Loyd was sort of an American knock-off of Dudeney, except that Loyd stole half his puzzles …

Jonathan Riddell: A Decade of Plasma

I realised that it’s now a decade of KDE releasing its Plasma desktop.  The KDE 4 release event was in January 2008.  Google were kind enough to give us their office space and smoothies and hot tubs to give some …

Cloud App Security Threat Protection just got better

As we have conversations with Security Operations (SecOps) teams, were seeing a notable shift in the approach to threat detection and protection: moving from a technology-driven, product-focused approach to a use-case driven approach. These teams define their pain points carefully …

Custom Speech: Code-free automated machine learning for speech recognition

Voice is the new interface driving ambient computing. This statement has never been more true than it is today. Speech recognition is transforming our daily lives from digital assistants, dictation of emails and documents, to transcriptions of lectures and meetings. …

OMS Monitoring solution for Azure Backup using Azure Log analytics

We previously announced the preview of Azure Backup reporting and gave customers the ability to generate their own reports and build customizations using Power BI. Today, we are pleased to let you know that you can leverage the same workflow …

ABRT team: Catching unhandled Python exception in Docker (OpenShift)

We are dealing with a question how to detect and catch unhandled python exception
inside of containers and collect/display them on the host (OpenShift, logs, ABRT, …).

I would like to say this is a very first version of a …

First System Center Semi-Annual Channel release now available

I am excited to announce that System Center, version 1801 is now available. Based on customer feedback, we are delivering new features and enhancements in this release including improved Linux monitoring support, more efficient VMware backup, additional support for Windows …

Microsoft Azure IP Advantage: Our first year

One year ago, we announced Azure IP Advantage, the industry’s leading program to help cloud service customers stay focused on their digital transformation journey and avoid IP issues. The program has been a tremendous success so far with many customers …

Windows 10 and Office 2019 Announcements Highlight the Importance of Managing Updates

The last major releases of Windows and Office were Windows 10 and Office 2016, both released in 2015. In the years since then, both platforms have undergone rapid development, and seen a lot of changes made. Microsoft have changed how …

DSC Resource Kit Release February 2018

We just released the DSC Resource Kit!

This release includes updates to 10 DSC resource modules. In these past 7 weeks, 83 pull requests have been merged and 70 issues have been closed, all thanks to our amazing community!

Valorie Zimmerman: Heading out of winter and into Spring

This winter seemed long in many ways, and not just the weather. In life, progress continues during the winter, but it can be slow and hard to see.

Finally though, the snowdrops are up, dogwood tree buds are swelling, and …

The Future is on the Other Side of this Bridge

With the 1710 update to ConfigMgr and the 1709 update to Windows 10, weve provided the foundations of our solution to bridge Windows modernization through Co-Management. This bridge is an entry-point for our customers to start their transitions to …

Tom ‘spot’ Callaway: FOSDEM and Fedora

I have been going to FOSDEM on and off for the last nine years or so, and I have somewhat notoriously described it as 10 pounds of conference in a 5 pound sack. It is the sort of conference where …

Ubuntu Insights: LXD weekly status #33

Weekly status for the week of the 29th of January to the 5th of February 2018.

Introduction

This past week, the entire LXD team was meeting in Brussels to work together for a few days ahead of FOSDEM.

During those …

Fedora Community Blog: Call for Outreachy mentors for Summer 2018

The Fedora Project is looking for mentors for project for the next round of Outreachy. For those who aren’t familiar, Outreachy is a paid internship inspired by Google Summer of Code for people underrepresented in tech. Interns work remotely …

6 steps to building a holistic security strategy

Today’s business and IT leaders have quite a balancing act on their hands when it comes to security. Between managing a wide universe of devices and applications, the need for innovation and agility, and an ever-evolving landscape of threats, companies …

Simplified Application Management using Wildcards in Azure AD Application Proxy

Howdy folks,

Today I get to tell you about a cool new capability that improves the management experience for Azure AD Application Proxy. Now you can use wildcards(*) to publish many applications at once. Wildcards also let you apply the …

Jo Shields: Packaging is hard. Packager-friendly is harder.

Releasing software is no small feat, especially in 2018. You could just upload your source code somewhere (a Git, Subversion, CVS, etc, repo – or tarballs on Sourceforge, or whatever), but it matters what that source looks like and how …

Simos Xenitellis: How to set up LXD on Civo (new UK VPS provider)

Civo is a new UK company that offers virtual private servers (VPS). They are currently in beta, and I am testing here their management interface and the process of setting up LXD on Civo VPS. What differentiates greatly one VPS …

Sachin Kamath: Fedora and me at Devconf

What?

Devconf is an annual developer conference which happens across continents and I got an opportunity to attend the Europe edition of Devconf in Brno, Czech Republic. Devconf is a 3 day event filled with super-cool tech talks about the …

Azure M/B/V3-series VMs are now generally available in UK

Microsoft becomes the first hyperscale cloud provider to offer large memory VMs with up to 4 TB RAM in the UK.

Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) customers can now take advantage of the Azure M/V3/B-series of VM sizes available in the …

Microsoft offers SAP HANA supportable VMs in UK with the Azure M/B/V3-series

Microsoft becomes the first hyperscale cloud provider to offer SAP HANA supportable VMs in the UK.

Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) customers can now take advantage of the Azure M/V3/B-series of VM sizes available in the UK South region. We’re also …

rhinstaller: What is the next step in Anaconda modularization?

As the modularization of Anaconda is under heavy development, you might want to know what is the status of this project.

The goal for Fedora 28 is to remove the kickstart data object from the UI. This can be easily …

Azure #CosmosDB Graph API now generally available

Azure Cosmos DB Graph API is the first cloud database to provide graph functionality over a globally distributed managed service. This has enabled users to explore new ways of consuming their data with the use of the Gremlin language while …

Cockpit Project: Cockpit 161

Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from version 161.

New VMs can be created on Machines page

The Machines page now has a “Create New VM” button for installing a …

Azure Search service upgrades: New hardware, unlimited document counts, and more!

Today we are happy to announce performance upgrades to all paid service tiers in Azure Search. For the exact same price, these upgraded Azure Search services have roughly double the compute power of the previous hardware configuration that backed Azure …

Ken Dreyer: What is the place for one-on-one communication in open-source?


One of Red Hat’s mantras is “develop in the open”. There is an entire website, opensource.com, with tons of articles about this idea (this article in particular is great).

One aspect of “develop in the open” means keeping conversations …

Demystifying Hybrid Free/Busy: what are the moving parts?

Hybrid Free/Busy is one of those things that many people do not fully understand. If everything works well, the complexity is hidden from view and people working in various parts of organization can seamlessly work together. But if things go …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 81 – Autosploit, bug bounties, and the future of security


Josh and Kurt talk about AutoSploit, bug bounties and fixing flaws, market forces in security, future expectations, and how humans perceive threats.

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Show Notes

Being Your Own Detective with SA-Investigator

This post of the Back to Basics Hunting series with Splunk discusses how to use the new SA-Investigator add-on for Enterprise Security to dig deep into your datamodels and find the evil lurking within.…

Maxim Burgerhout: Screencasts on Linux, part 2

A while back, I wrote a post comparing some screencasting and video editing software on Linux.

I that post, I mentioned a couple of video editing programs that are available, and basically noted that – as far as video editing

Ben Williams: F27-20180204 Updated isos released

The Fedora Respins SIG is pleased to announce the latest release of Updated 27 Live ISOs, carrying the 4.14.16-300 kernel.

This set of updated isos will save about 855 MB of updates after install.  (for new installs.)

Build Directions: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Livemedia-creator-_How_to_create_and_use_a_Live_CD

Ubuntu Insights: Ubuntu Server development summary – 06 February 2018

Hello Ubuntu Server!

The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to reach the server team, you can find us at the …

Josh Bressers: This blog has moved


If you’ve managed to find this blog and are wondering where the updates are, it’s found a new home. You can find the new posts here
https://www.csoonline.com/blog/sober-security/

You can find the RSS feed here
https://www.csoonline.com/blog/sober-security/index.rss

As always, feel free to …

Kristian Fiskerstrand: Gentoo at FOSDEM 2018

Gentoo Linux participated with a stand during this year’s FOSDEM 2018, as has been the case for the past several years. Three Gentoo developers had talks this year, Haubi was back with a Gentoo-related talk on Unix? Windows? Gentoo! – …

Jono Bacon: Dealing With Difficult Community Members (Interview on Late Night Linux)

Difficult community members are something that every community struggles with from time to time. Whether abundantly obnoxious or merely a minor frustration, designing an environment where a multitude of personalities can work together is complicated and requires careful attention to …

Kubuntu General News: Plasma 5.12 arrives in backport PPA for Kubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark

Users of Kubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark can now update to the newly released Plasma 5.12.0 via our backports PPA.

See the Plasma 5.12 release announcement and the release video below for more about the new features available.

To upgrade:

Add …

Richard W.M. Jones: NUC cluster bring-up

Dimitri John Ledkov: Ubuntu Snowsports & Friends Team

Ubuntu Snowsports and Friends Team

After talking to a bunch of people, I’ve realized that a lot of free & open source, debian / ubuntu, etc people do ski or snowboard. So I have this crazy idea, that maybe we

Sean Davis: MenuLibre 2.1.5 Released

With improved support for Budgie, KDE, and MATE desktop environments, MenuLibre 2.1.5 continues to provide one of the best menu editing experiences for the Linux desktop.

What’s New?

New Features

  • Added support for the Budgie and KDE Plasma desktop environments

Ubuntu Insights: Building Slack for the Linux community and adopting snaps

Used by millions around the world, Slack is an enterprise software platform that allows teams and businesses of all sizes to communicate effectively. Slack works seamlessly with other software tools within a single integrated environment, providing an accessible archive of

Brand Detection in Microsoft Video Indexer

We are delighted to announce a new capability in Microsoft Video Indexer: Brand Detection from speech and from visual text! If you are not yet familiar with Video Indexer, you may want to take a look at a few …

Update and Recommendation feature supports Management Packs from SCOM Management Pack partners!

Update and Recommendation feature was introduced in SCOM 2016  for Microsoft owned Management Packs  . This feature was introduced to alleviate the challenges involved in discovering the appropriate Management Packs for various workloads running in the customer’s environment from different websites …

Monthly antimalware platform updates for Windows Defender

Beginning with December 2017, Microsoft is releasing antimalware platform updates for Windows Defender each month. The platform updates will be published as follows: category: Definition Updates, product: Windows Defender. If you use a Configuration Manager automatic deployment rule …

You’re Invited! Try Splunk Project Waitomo

Be among the first to try Splunk’s new infrastructure monitoring analytics technology, Project Waitomo…

Lukas “lzap” Zapletal: Hidden gem of Fedora: virt builder

Hidden gem of Fedora: virt builder

Or I should say hidden gem of Fedora, CentOS and RHEL. This fantastic tool is
part of package named libguestfs-tools-c and it’s fast image builder. To create
Fedora 27 10GB image with root password …

Quick Reference: Recovery Options for Post-Mortem Debugging for Windows and Virtual Machines

Hi everyone, Robert Smith here to talk to you today a bit about crash dump configurations and options. With the wide-spread adoption of virtualization, large database servers, and other systems that may have a large amount or RAM, pre-configuring the …

Radka Janek: Brussels, FOSDEM, and the humans.

The last week…

I was talking about my experience at devconf this year in my previous post, which also included a few words about the CommOps FAD. I did not mention this because I didn’t think that it …

John McDonough: More Pi Backup


So a million years ago or so I wrote about the Pi backup server. (https://jjpmcd.livejournal.com/22479.html) Actually, I had two. Originally each was a Pi B running Pidora, with a pair of Passport USB drives.

At some point I …

Laura Abbott: DevConf 2018

DevConf 2018 happened. A grand time was had by
me (and hopefully others)

Robbie Harwood gave an overview of Kerberos for Developers.
Kerberos has a reputation for being difficult to use and manage. As far as I
can tell, …

Lots of News about Azure AD B2C feature updates!

Howdy folks,

Today Im excited to let you know about a passel of new features weve just turned on our Azure AD B2C service! These features give you a ton of new options for customizing your Azure AD B2C end …

Greg KH: Linux Kernel Release Model

Note

This post is based on a whitepaper I wrote at the beginning of 2016 to be used
to help many different companies understand the Linux kernel release model and
encourage them to start taking the LTS stable updates more …

Microsoft 365: A complete, secure solution that brings together Office 365 and EMS

In this era of digital transformation, companies are reimagining how technology can help their people collaborate, communicate, and innovate more effectively. Through specific solutions, using IT resources differently, and optimizing processes, companies can achieve the essential flexibility and efficiency to …

Last week in Azure: Event Grid GA, Ansible in Cloud Shell, and more

Last week in Azure, Azure Event Grid, a fully managed, scalable and flexible event routing service became generally available. Event Grid enables you to build reactive, event-driven apps with a fully managed event routing service using a publish-subscribe model to …

Bing Speech API extends its text to speech support to 34 languages

Voice is becoming more and more prevalent as a mode of interaction with all kinds of devices and services. The ability to provide not only voice input but also voice output or Text-to-speech (TTS), is also becoming a critical technology …

Casper: En hivers met tes chaussettes

Et oui! c’est la saison des chaussettes, histoire de pas attraper froid. On peut même enfiler plusieurs paires, pour avoir encore plus chaud! Dans mon précédent article, je vous parlais de Dotclear, et d’une feature très attendue, à propos de …

Go serverless for your IoT needs

If you are building an IoT solution in the cloud, chances are your focus is on the devices and what you can accomplish with them. You might want to process data coming from a network of devices in real time, …

Build email notifications for SQL Database Automatic tuning recommendations

After reading this blogpost, you will be able to build your own custom email notifications for SQL Database Automatic tuning recommendations. We have listened to our customers requesting this functionality and have created a custom solution based on readily available …

Fedora Magazine: Getting Started with the openbox windows manager in Fedora

Openbox is a lightweight, next generation window manager for users who want a minimal enviroment for their Fedora desktop. It’s well known for its minimalistic appearance, low resource usage and the ability to run applications the way they were designed …

David Tomaschik: Security Is Not an Absolute

If there’s one thing I wish people from outside the security industry knew when
dealing with information security, it’s that Security is not an absolute.
Most of the time, it’s not even quantifiable. Even in the case of particular…

Jono Bacon: Open Collaboration Conference CFP Now Open

Earlier last year I announced last year that I was partnering up with the Linux Foundation to create the Open Community Conference as part of their Open Source Summit events in North America and Europe.

Well, the events happened, and …

Cyclical Statistical Forecasts and Anomalies – Part 2

Get brilliant alerts over big data using some Splunk goodness such summary indexes or data model accelerations to operate forecasts at greater scale…

Keiran “Affix” Smith: Gdgsdhfgdjghdsg fksdghfsd f

 is already the newest version. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 129 not upgraded. So I believe all the dependencies are there. … /usr/local/vesta/data/sessions – change permissions: drwxrwx— 2 admin admin My permissions are root@hookup:/home/minkus# ls -la

Keiran “Affix” Smith: Привет, мир!

Добро пожаловать в WordPress. Это ваша первая запись. Отредактируйте или удалите её, затем пишите!…