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Production SINIT ACM Download:The appropriate production release of the SINIT ACM (authenticated code module) is available for download for the targeted platform as per the table below. Each kit download contains relevant change log and error file for that SINIT ACM. While most internet browsers are supported, table below is best viewed in Google Chrome.




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Revocation SINIT ACM and Tools:In response to Intel Security Advisory SA-0035, Intel is releasing updated SINIT ACM, Revocation (RACM) SINIT, and Revocation Tools. Please download Revocation Tools to mitigate this issue.


You can either download binaries or source code archives for the latest stable or previous release or access the current development (aka nightly) distribution through Git. This software may not be exported in violation of any U.S. export laws or regulations. For more information regarding Export Control matters please go to


From the word2vec site I can download GoogleNews-vectors-negative300.bin.gz. The .bin file (about 3.4GB) is a binary format not useful to me. Tomas Mikolov assures us that "It should be fairly straightforward to convert the binary format to text format (though that will take more disk space). Check the code in the distance tool, it's rather trivial to read the binary file." Unfortunately, I don't know enough C to understand


The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain is a ready-to-use, open-source suite of tools for C, C++ and assembly programming. The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain targets the 32-bit Arm Cortex-A, Arm Cortex-M, and Arm Cortex-R processor families. The GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain includes the GNU Compiler (GCC) and is available free of charge directly from Arm for embedded software development on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems. Follow the links on this page to download the right version for your development environment.


See the downloaded package readme.txt file for full installation instructions. For the Linux, Mac, and source packages, readme.txt is in the share/doc/gcc-arm-none-eabi folder. For Windows packages, readme.txt is in the top-level folder


The change history to the Rtools is below.Tools for 64 bit Windows buildsRtools 2.12 and later include both 32 bit and 64 bit tools.Most of the tools used for 32 bit builds work fine as well for 64 bit builds,but the gcc version may be different, and it has changed a number of times. R 3.3.0 and later use a toolchain based on gcc 4.9.3 and mingw-w64 v3, puttogether by Jeroen Ooms and others. See the project page for details. R-patched subsequent to Jan 22, 2012, R-devel, and releases after 2.14.1 used a toolchain based on pre-4.6.3 gcc, put together by Prof. Brian Ripley and available as multi.zip on his web page. Rtools 2.15 to 3.3 includes this toolchain. It uses the same gcc version for both 32 and 64 bit builds. Separate versions of the gdbdebugger are also included for each archtecture.Builds of R 2.13.x and R 2.14.0,1 used a release based on pre-4.5.2 gcc. Rtools 2.14 includesbinaries put together by Prof. Brian Ripley and available from his web page. To install these, select the "MinGW64" component when installing Rtools.For the later R 2.11.x versions, we used the MinGW-w64version based on pre-4.4.4 gcc from Prof. Ripley, which is no longer available.We also used this version for development builds of R 2.12.0 up to July 20.R 2.11.0 used -w64/files/Toolchains%20targetting%20Win64/Automated%20Builds/mingw-w64-1.0-bin_i686-mingw_20100322.zip, but this is apparently no longer availablefor download.To install any of these older versions, follow the instructions on Prof. Ripley's web page.DownloadsThere are a number of downloads described in the "Windows Toolset" appendix.


Alternatively, compressed tar files containing the source may bedownloaded from CRAN.Do remember to unpack the sources by using our tar: WinZip will notrespect the symbolic links in the file. A typical tar command line would be:


Inno Setup has been updated to version 5.1.14.The binary tools have been updated to current Cygwin versions (except custom versions, as noted in the README.txtfile).Changes since R 2.5.0Inno Setup version 5.1.12 is now used (for Windows Vista compatibility).The TCL/TK bundle has been updated to version 8.4.15, and now includes the manuals in CHM help format.Changes since R 2.4.1Warning: the current MinGW releases will not run in Microsoft Vista.We have just put together an experimentalRtools installer. This packages up the R tools bundle, the MinGWtools, and the TCL/TK, Unicode and bitmap support.It does not include Perl, LaTeX, the HTML Help Workshop, or theInno Setup installer.We no longer recommend using the pre-packaged MinGW versions; it ishard to keep track of which versions they package. Instead we recommendusing the installer above or downloading the components directly from theversions on the Sourceforge download page.


cURL stands for command Line URL and is a simple, yet powerful, command line utility that gives the ability to download content using a lightweight executable that provides cross-platform support. cURL is community supported and is often a packaged part of some *nix systems already.


This page provides an easy way to download the latest firmware file foryour MULTI-Module, or MULTI-Module equipped radio.By default the latest firmware is shown, with older releases available using the drop-down FirmwareVersion selector


Note: OpenTX/EdgeTX radios with small LCD screens (e.g. Taranis Q X7, RadioMaster TX12) will not display files with names longer than 32 characters when browsing the SD card from the radio menu. You may need to rename the downloaded file before you can access it on your radio.


Globus is a non-profit service for secure, reliable research data management and transfer. Transferring files via Globus is quick and is not affected by network glitches that may corrupt the transferred file. All of our files on this page can be downloaded from Globus and this is the preferred method for file transfer if you want to download more than one file, as it is far quicker for the user. Help on using Globus and how to retrieve our files via the resource can be found in our Globus help page.


I know there is an FTP command which can be run from command line on Windows, and it downloads a file from an FTP site. User + password are specified in "that" one-line cmd.These options + password passtrough should be on that command line.


During development if you do not have a domain-specific data to train you can download any of the following pre-trained models. We have gathered the following from various external sources and are making the links available here. All the following word vector data in text file format should be compatible with Syn.Bot framework version 2.6.0 and above.


It is essential that you verify the integrity of the downloaded files using the PGP signatures. Please read How to Verify Downloaded Files for more information on how and why you should verify our releases.


The PGP signatures can be verified using PGP or GPG. First download the KEYS file as well as the .asc signature files for the relevant release packages. Make sure you get these files from the main distribution directory, rather than from a mirror. Then verify the signatures using


If you execute a conan install poco/1.9.4@ command in your shell, Conan willdownload the Poco package and its dependencies (openssl/1.0.2t andzlib/1.2.11) to your local cache and print information about the folder wherethey are installed. While you can install each of your dependencies individually like that,the recommended approach for handling dependencies is to use a conanfile.txt file.The structure of conanfile.txt is described below.


Also make sure you downloaded the file itself, and not the HTML page containing it, as this would cause chaos. A good method is to check the MD5 sum for the file you downloaded ( or opening it in a web browser ).


However, some of the tools are IDF-specific and are not available in OS package repositories. Furthermore, different versions of ESP-IDF require different versions of the tools to operate correctly. To solve these two problems, ESP-IDF provides a set of scripts for downloading and installing the correct versions of tools, and exposing them in the environment.


IDF_TOOLS_PATH environment variable specifies the location where the tools are to be downloaded and installed. If not set, IDF_TOOLS_PATH defaults to HOME/.espressif on Linux and macOS, and %USER_PROFILE%\.espressif on Windows.


Any mirror server can be used provided the URL matches the github.com download URL format: the install process will replace with https://$IDF_GITHUB_ASSETS for any GitHub asset URL that it downloads.


install-python-env: Create a Python virtual environment in the $IDF_TOOLS_PATH/python_env directory (or directly in the directory set by the IDF_PYTHON_ENV_PATH environment variable) and install there the required Python packages. An optional --features argument allows one to specify a comma-separated list of features to be added or removed. Feature that begins with - will be removed and features with + or without any sign will be added. Example syntax for removing feature XY is --features=-XY and for adding --features=+XY or --features=XY. If both removing and adding options are provided with the same feature, no operation is performed. For each feature a requirements file must exist. For example, feature XY is a valid feature if $IDF_PATH/tools/requirements/requirements.XY.txt is an existing file with a list of Python packages to be installed. There is one mandatory core feature ensuring core functionality of ESP-IDF (build, flash, monitor, debug in console). There can be an arbitrary number of optional features. The selected list of features is stored in idf-env.json. The requirement files contain a list of the desired Python packages to be installed and espidf.constraints.*.txt downloaded from and stored in $IDF_TOOLS_PATH the package version requirements for a given ESP-IDF version. Althought it is not recommended, the download and use of constraint files can be disabled with the --no-constraints argument or setting the IDF_PYTHON_CHECK_CONSTRAINTS environment variable to no. 041b061a72


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