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Archive for October 21st, 2019

Omrekenen van eenheden/Keuken – Wikibooks

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/21

Van [WayBackOmrekenen van eenheden/Keuken – Wikibooks omdat ik weer eens van teveel eetlepels naar volume wilde omrekenen:

Omrekenen van veel in de keuken gebruikte eenheden:

dr 1 dr = 0,05 ml druppel
tl 1 tl = 5 ml theelepel
el 1 el = 15 ml eetlepel
kopje 1 kopje = 250 ml
ons 1 ons = 100 gram
pd 1 pond = 500 gram

Afgestreken eetlepels

aardappelmeel 9 g
bakpoeder 7 g
basterdsuiker 12 g
bloem 8 g
boter 14 g
braadvet 12 g
cacao 8 g
griesmeel 9 g
havermout 5 g
krenten 11 g
maïzena 8 g
margarine 14 g
paneermeel 6 g
poedersuiker 9 g
rozijnen 10 g
rijst 13 g
suiker 11 g
zout 15 g


lauwwarm 100 – 150°C
matig warm 150 – 175°C
tamelijk warm 175 – 200°C
warm 200 – 225°C
heet 225 – 275°C
zeer heet boven 275°C


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AnyDesk remote desktop – on my list of things to test

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/21

After getting fed up by TeamViewer for the umptieth time because inter-version compatibility issues, I think I’m going to try this:

[WayBack] AnyDesk Remote Desktop

AnyDesk is the world’s most comfortable remote desktop application. Access all your programs, documents and files from anywhere, without having to entrust your data to a cloud service.


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“Error: Xcode alone is not sufficient on Sierra.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/10/21

Once in a while, despite having Xcode, the Xcode command-line tools, homebrew and ruby installed on your Mac OS X / Mac OS / whatever it is called now, you get this on the console:

Error: Xcode alone is not sufficient on Sierra.
Install the Command Line Tools:
xcode-select --install

Running the commandxcode-select --install makes it even more confusing:

It’s probably Apple trying to tell you “Xcode is out of date”, but they should certainly show that in a more obvious way and redirect to the App Store that does show it:


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