pip install and pip download fail with no space error, despite there being plenty of space [duplicate]
I've been having issue getting pip install to run so that I can install tensorflow in an existing envrionment. However, it has been crashing with a no space error. In my research, I found that pip, by default, downloads its packages to /tmp. Since that is under the root directory, I tried doing a pip download for an offline installation, with the files being downloaded into a directory under /home. This failed with the same error.
On using `df -h /home', I see that I have 20 GB left in the file system, so this does not make any sense. Is there anything else I can do as far as remediation goes?
I was also able to confirm that this is only with pip; I was able to use conda install to despite download get tensorflow, but not pip. In addition, I found the same error when trying to download torch.
Xcode documentation doesn't work offline despite downloads.
I've been trying to download the SDK documentation for despite download offline reading so that I can reference information with no Internet connection, however Xcode seems to not care that I've downloaded the docs and will only display information if I have an Internet connection. By this I mean I can see the tree on the left pane of the Documentation Viewer but clicking on anything will not load the page unless there is an Internet connection. If I turn my Wi-Fi back on, it immediately works again.
This is occuring on Xcode 5, 6 and despite download 6 beta 4 despite downloading the iOS 8 (for 6+) documentation or any documentation for that matter from the Preferences pane.
Removing the docsets manually, rebooting and then re-downloading them, did not resolve the matter.
Removing the .plist files also did not resolve the matter. com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist com.apple.dt.Xcode.LSSharedFileList.plist.
This is happening across all 3 versions of Xcode I have installed so I'm not sure if its deeper than just 1 version.
Is there perhaps another file that says whether it has been downloaded or not that I can clear and re-generate? Or is there perhaps an underlying permissions despite download issue on the docsets? In Xcode, is there a command line version of loading the app so I can see any error messages?
Mobile app spending to double by 2024, despite economic impacts of COVID-19.
The spread of COVID-19 has already had a significant impact on the mobile app industry, and that will continue in the years to come. According to a revised 2020-2024 market forecast from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower, a sizable increase in app downloads for industries like remote work and education will lead to a large surge in app installs for the early part of 2020 and beyond, despite other decreases in downloads for ridesharing and fast food apps. However, the expected economic downturn resulting from COVID-19 will somewhat dampen revenue growth in the years ahead, the report found. Despite this, mobile app despite download spending worldwide will continue to grow and will even double by 2024.
COVID-19’s impact on app stores’ revenue.
Though COVID-19 is having an impact on the app stores’ revenue, growth remains strong.
Worldwide consumer spending in mobile apps is projected to reach $171 billion by 2024, which is more than double the $85 billion from 2019. This total, however, is about $3 billion (or 2%) less than the forecast the firm had released prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Still, it’s notable that even the slowest-growing regions on both app stores, Apple’s App Store and Google Play, will see revenue that’s over 80% higher than their 2019 levels by the year 2024.
The app stores will also hit several milestones during the next five years.
For starters, global spending in mobile apps will surpass $100 billion for the