Python string replace character with regex

I’ve run into a regex problem I don’t understand. I’m trying to replace a comma in between strings with a semi-colon and it’s not working. Here’s a sample string below. I set up a regex to replace everything but the content after "seq…

x-values are shown wrong in R plot

This code plots the probability density function of normal distribution in R. It works fine except for the x axis values. The values should start from 50 and end on 150 but instead they start from 0 and finish on 100. I’m new to R so apolo…

Help setting up USG router as firewall bridge

Help setting up USG router as firewall bridge

I’m trying to make this setup for a Minecraft server with the boys, it already works with me just port forwarding from the router but I want to add a layer of security. I recently ordered a USG router to setup firewall rules so people couldn’t touch our home network but when I set up the router as seen below I couldn’t get to either the Orbi page OR the Unifi page and the internet wasn’t passed through. I also tried Lan directly to a computer from the USG and still couldn’t get to the page when pressing the “Launch browser to manage network” button it just kicked me to a inaccessible page. If I could get some help that would be great. Thanks! 🙂

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Upgrade your network to mesh and Wi-Fi 6 at the same time with eero 6 deals

Wi-Fi 6 and mesh networking make an unbeatable pair, especially when you can save big on eero 6 routers.

Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) is the latest official standard named by the Wi-Fi Alliance, taking over for but still compatible with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac). Among other benefits, it brings faster transfer speeds, it has more capacity for connected devices, and it requires less power, ideal for laptops. If you haven’t updated your router in the last year or two, chances are you’re still working with Wi-Fi 5.

Mesh networking has also gained traction in the last couple of years, thanks to systems that can cover far more area with a reliable signal. You generally have two or more nodes that work together, creating a “mesh” that your devices can access. Whereas many extenders require you to swap networks as you move in and out of range, mesh systems offer just one unified network and the ability to move your devices seamlessly back and forth without any effort on your part.

Combining these two techn…