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Adding a new hard drive to xampp
If you want to sort of "span" the drive, Windows has this handy feature (similar to linux's symlinking) called mklink which you can create a folder in the current directory that is just a symbolic link to the drive. Quick and easy way to span it. I am not sure of any downsides to do doing this, other than if the drive letter changes (if external drive). That way you should not have to add or change any of your paths in the config etc. Not sure if that is what you were looking for, but hopefully it helps. Also, did you try your 3rd config you pasted? Did it not work? From what I can see, as long as permissions are fine it should work that way.

Categories : PHP

how to shrink KVM hard drive image
Images can be sparsed, and your cp might not respect that for various reasons. I would: check the real file usage (du -sh vm.img or qemu-img info vm.img) use qemu-img convert -S to recreate a sparse image convert to qcow2 to have growing and versatile image instead

Categories : Misc

Is there a way to read directly from the hard drive to the GPU
The GPU is not directly connected to the system RAM. There's a bus inbetween, in current generation computers a PCI-Express bus. ATA storage has a controller inbetween. There is no direct connection between memories. BUT there is DMA, which allows certain periphials to directly access the system memory through DMA channels. DMA on PCI-Express also works between periphials. Theoretically a GPU could do DMA to the ATA controller. Practically this is of little use! Why? Because of filesystems. Even if there was some kind of driver support to let the GPU access a storage periphial directly, it'd still have to do all the filesystem business, which doesn't parallelize to the degree as GPUs are designed for. Alas regarding your question: In my OpenGL program I read from the header file t

Categories : Opengl

Methods for tracking changes to hard drive
For realtime tracking when file or directory changes you can use inotify on Linux or FileSystemWatcher on Windows. Combine with rsync to get delta.

Categories : Svn

Accessing a file on the server's hard drive
You cannot reach the file that is "above" the wwwroot folder by design. The way to do this is to a) copy the file there, b) setup a symbolic link (if on linux) or c) preferably, move / setup another web root folder. Alternatively, write a server script to dump the file contents.

Categories : Javascript

How to identify system hard drive using Win32_DiskDrive
The documentation you linked has the answer: string SerialNumber; uint32 Signature; Your management object will have those properties in it. If you're getting null for those values then the problem is that you're using a version of Windows that doesn't support them. SerialNumber ... Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP: This property is not available. In which case you have to use the Signature property, but this requires XP SP3 I believe.

Categories : C#

Unmount my external hard drive in bash
Searching for "Unmount Hard Drive Terminal" yields http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=842698 as the first result. >.> russlar provides a solution: open terminal, and run df -h. this will tell you all the hard drives mounted. then, run sudo umount /dev/something, where somethign is the name of the hard drive that you want to unmount. Nothing wrong with asking, but when a solution is on the first Google result, it's a little... odd.

Categories : Misc

Save Work Done In MS Word To A Database Not On A Hard Drive
The method you are using is extremely inefficient and I wouldn't recommend the process, but the reason that you code is failing is your length.... when you are saving your MemoryStream you are setting the length int len = Application.ActiveDocument.Content.StoryLength; but when you try to retrieve it, you are setting it int len = int.MaxValue; which would be far past the end of the data stream.

Categories : C#

Remove files from a NetBeans project but not the hard drive
Solution working with Netbeans 7.3.1: right click on your project in the "Projects" window, click on "Properties", click on "Ignored folders" in the left panel called "Categories", click on "Add folder" and select the folders you want to ignore.

Categories : Misc

Is three a way for a Chrome App to reach user's file on hard drive with permission?
Streaming can be done using HTML5 Video tag. Please check : http://html5doctor.com/the-video-element/ Also, you can use plugins like : http://www.videojs.com/

Categories : HTML

How to remove file permissions on linux from an external hard drive?
To make the partition accessible under Linux run: sudo chmod -R 777 /media/<drive-name>/ this should make the mac drive accessible for you. Changing ownership would do about the same, but you need not worry about it.

Categories : Linux

Single git repo setup tracking multiple locations on hard drive
No, there is no mechanism in git for this. Git assumes that all files that it manages (the "working copy") live in a single directory (and subdirectories); there is no support for managing two separate directories in in repo. So you'll have to somehow keep everything in one directory, probably as subdirectories HTMLTemplates and theme or similar. You could use two git repos, but I'd strongly advise against this. A single repo should contain a whole "project", i.e. everything needed to build one piece of software (excluding things like external libraries). If you split your project across two repositories, you cannot usefully branch and merge (because you'd have to do it in both repos simultaneously), you cannot easily check out old versions etc.. To solve your problem, I see a few poss

Categories : Wordpress

Change my current working directory in Python to my external hard drive.
You are correct. >>> 'E:CollegeProject3dlife-gc-2013-dataset-hhi3dlife-gc-2013-dataset-hhi' 'E:\College\Projectx03dlife-gc-2013-dataset-hhix03dlife-gc-2013-dataset-hhi' Double the backslashes, use forward slashes, or use a raw string.

Categories : Python

My Apple MacBook hard drive crashed - provisioning profiles lost, is there a way I can still update my app?
Create a new certificate if needed then create a new set of provisioning profiles. Install the updated profiles and update your apps to use the new profiles. That's it. Not that big of deal other than spending 30 minutes redoing this stuff.

Categories : IOS

How do I bind a WPF Image element to a PNG on the local hard drive using a relative filepath derived from a DB?
You need to use custom value converter to convert strings to images if you want to load files from the file system. Image.Source, when a string is passed, expects a file name from resources. You can find implementation of a such converter here: Display an image in WPF without holding the file open.

Categories : C#

Python upload an Image form my hard drive and show it on a canvas wideget.
There's a handy module for that: tkFileDialog! import tkFileDialog tkFileDialog.askopenfilename() The function will return the path to the file for you and theres a variety of options you can set here

Categories : Python

Need Apps Script to Copy a File(s) from my Local Hard Drive to a Google Sites Folder
You have to write an UI to that allows the visitor to the site to upload the file. See https://developers.google.com/apps-script/reference/ui/file-upload for an example.

Categories : Google Apps Script

Serial Communication gets back wrong answer when something is running in the background (like browsing the hard drive)
Note: serialPort.Write(string) is a non-blocking store into the output buffer. That means the following won't guarantee you've even finished writing your request before you stop listening for a response: serialPort.Write(request); Thread.Sleep(50); _shouldStop = true; You could add: while( serialPort.BytesToWrite > 0 ) Thread.Sleep(1); // force blocking but it's ill advised. One thing I'm wondering. There is only a single serial port here. Why do you want many different threads to work with it when you could manage the entire serial port interaction with a single thread? (Or at worse, 1 thread for input 1 thread for output) To me it makes a lot more sense to store up requests into a queue of some kind and then peel them off one at a time for processing in a single threa

Categories : C#

Will Log writing in text file affect performance of a website?
Hmm, the impact is most likely not going to be affected. At least not noticeable is long as your are not logging to much. You should look at a logging framework like log4net. It will do alot of things for you, like writing to the txt file after a given amount of logs. This will reduce the amount writes to a file. If you want to do it yourself I would recommend performing the log on another thread, like this: var thread = new Thread(message => { // write message to txt file. }); thread.Start("This is a log statement"); This way it won't occupy your main thread. However, writing to a file is quite dangerous using multiple threads. You'll need some locking: private static readonly object _writeLock = new object(); var thread = new Thread(message => { l

Categories : C#

Can't open drive after writing bootsector
You might have done any number of things wrong. Maybe you just think you only wrote the first sector, when you actually overwrote part of the file system. In addition, boot sectors contain information about the drive geometry, the file system type, etc. If you trash the boot sector, you make the disk unreadable by normal means.

Categories : Assembly

Hard table row swapping, parent of swapped row is null
I can see multiple problems with just the top piece of code. Here's a better way to do it: FIDDLE First, don't use the classes inconsistently. You're giving the class "bTable" to a table, but "aTable" to a row in a table. It's confusing. Just use it on tables. Here's how I'd set up the HTML: <table class="aTable myTable"> <tr> <td> </td> </tr> </table> <table class="bTable myTable"> <tr> <td> </td> </tr> </table> Now for a little code consolidation: $('.myTable').on('click', 'tbody tr', function(event) { var cl; if ($(this).parents('.myTable').hasClass('aTable')) cl = 'highlightred'; else cl = 'highlightgreen'; if($(this).hasClass(cl)) { $(this).removeClass(cl); } else { $('

Categories : Javascript

Android getActionBar() returns null when I touch hard menu button
I need the action bar items to modification (add/remove). First, you do not need an ActionBar instance for that, as you cannot affect action bar items through ActionBar anyway. If you are adding or removing action bar items, call invalidateOptionsMenu() on your Activity, which will force Android to call onCreateOptionsMenu() again. More importantly, you should not be doing that as a result of a MENU press, as by then it is too late. Instead, call invalidateOptionsMenu() when something changes in the state of your application that requires a change in the mix of action bar items. If you need to change something else about the action bar (e.g., tabs), that is where getActionBar() becomes more relevant. Two scenarios in which I know that getActionBar() will return null are: You do no

Categories : Android

Drive SDK for Android AuthIntent is null
Try using mContext.getApplicationContext() in your GoogleAccountCredential.usingOAuth2 call rather than mContext as that seems to have fixed similar issues elsewhere.

Categories : Android

Equivalent of /dev/null for writing garbage test data?
I think your best bet would be a streamWrapper that profiles your output on write with microtime, that you can then stream_wrapper_register . The example in the manual is pretty good. If your code is not that complicated or you fell this would be overkill, you can just use the ob_start callback handler Hope this helps.

Categories : PHP

Google drive: Get (root) file and folders with javascript api (get only deleted files on drive)
Same situation as following question: google drive api, javascript list files returns nothing I needed to add to the scope the path 'drive' at authorizing, I had only drive.file which is intent to create/edit files only. The weird thing is that the API returns deleted files when you don't have permissions to view files, I think it's a bug in the API (a serious one). Post this bug on google drive: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!searchin/drive/security$20issue$20permission$20view/drive/pupjKxTz9FU/cUarGIl_Ah0J

Categories : Javascript

google drive api - copyfile working only with permission for accessing all files in drive (but jst need to copy)
According to the documentation, Files.copy() requires at least one of the following three permissions: https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive: "View and manage the files and documents in your Google Drive" which is the one you want to avoid https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.file: "View and manage Google Drive files that you have opened or created with this app." Which means you can freely create any file but only open the files your app created. You can only copy a file you created, but you cannot copy any other files even if it is public. https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.appdata: "View and manage its own configuration data in your Google Drive" Which only lets you control your application-specific Appdata folder which is probably not what you want. You can only copy a file with

Categories : Javascript

Error while Retriving files from google drive using drive API. “Calling this from your main thread can lead to deadlock
You should do any code that could take a long time such as I/O or network activity on a different thread. In your situation your file retrieval would be best done within an ASyncTask. The reason for this warning is because when your code is being executed to retrieve the file from Drive, the code will block until the file retrieval has completed, this means that nothing else within the program will be able to respond, i.e. GUI will not update and input from the user trying to do stuff with the GUI will not be registered. After a few seconds, if the file retrieval still isn't complete, then the user will be presented with an ANR (Application Not Responding) message. This will either give the user the choice of waiting, if their patient, or most likely force closing your app.

Categories : Android

C++ Writing text file to string and converting to double either gives null char or 0
Using strtod() is a pain in the ass: I also had a lot of trouble with it (since the pointer should always be at the right position, etc.). The easiest solution is to use a more permissive custom fonction template (found somewhere on StackOverflow): template <typename T> T StringToNumber(const std::string &Text, const T defValue = T()) { std::stringstream ss; for(const char i : Text) // C++11; can be replaced by an iterator if(isdigit(i) || i == 'e' || i == '-' || i == '+' || i == '.') ss << i; T result; return ss >> result ? result : defValue; } And in the main() function: std::getline(infile,number); cels = StringToNumber(number, 0.0); For files with more than one number per line, I use a std::vector<std::string> to

Categories : C++

Google Drive Javascript API: Detect drive changes - return changes only
Start with zero on your first call. Within the response is the current largest change id, which you need to store and use on the next request. In your code, it will materialise as "resp.largestChangeId".

Categories : Javascript

Monitoring changes in Google Drive files for whole domain using Drive API
Domain-wide delegation simplifies the authentication portion for your app but you'll still need to auth as each user to get their files and changes. It may be possible for your app to "grab" all files and make itself (or a special user) the owner, then you just have one user account to scan but the "grab" process would still need to run at regular intervals to find new files created or uploaded by end users. I believe most apps that need to scan content at this level do it via cron jobs or AppEngine task queues which make it easy to chunk up the scans throughout the day. Generally they expect to scan each user account once every 24 hours or so.

Categories : Google App Engine

Windows: How to symlink drive to another drive?
No, mklink isn't going to do it for you. What you need to do is to create a virtual hard drive (VHD) and copy the client's data to it. (Or modify the export script, which is the best thing to do.) I used Windows 7 to test my instructions below. Start-> run-> diskmgmt.msc (accept all defaults... I'm not doing anything special below) From the menu bar select Action -> Create VHD Choose the location and name the file (which will be the vhd) and specify the size and click OK. Right click on the Disk # (underneath will be Unknown and the size and "Not Initialized"). Select "Initialize Disk" & click OK Right click on the black bar of the unallocated disk space and select "new simple volume". A wizard opens up an on the second page it lets you assign the drive letter. Complete the wizar

Categories : Windows

How do I create & edit a spreadsheet file on google drive using Google Drive APIs only from my Android app?
You should take a look at Google Spreadsheet API 3.0. It supports JAVA which you can use in your Android application.

Categories : Java

Google Drive sdk for android, Getting error 400 Bad Request when uploading file to Google Drive
You seem to be setting the mime type in the File object, but you need to set it in the FileContent object. When you create your file content, you can try passing in the type in the constructor new FileContent("image/jpeg", localFile); or using the method setType("image/jpeg"); but in your mediaContent instance, not in your body instance.

Categories : Android

Writing parameterized tests for JUnit, why are two of my parameters "null" when I run my tests?
The method data() is called before setUp(). Therefore SIMPLEPASS_ENCRYPT_CIPHER and SIMPLEPASS_DECRYPT_CIPHER are null. You can create the Ciphers directly: private static final Cipher SIMPLEPASS_ENCRYPT_CIPHER = CipherUtils.getPBECipher("abc123".toCharArray(), TEST_SALT, Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE); or withing the data() method: @Parameters(name = "{index}: {0}") public static Collection<Object[]> data() { SIMPLEPASS_ENCRYPT_CIPHER = CipherUtils.getPBECipher("abc123".toCharArray(), TEST_SALT, Cipher.ENCRYPT_MODE); SIMPLEPASS_DECRYPT_CIPHER = CipherUtils.getPBECipher("abc123".toCharArray(), TEST_SALT, Cipher.DECRYPT_MODE); return Arrays.asList(new Object[][] { {"Test 1", "545671260887".getBytes(), SIMPLEPASS_ENCRYPT_CIPHER, SIMPLEPASS_DECRYPT_CIPHER} }); }

Categories : Unit Testing

Using Subclipse with share drive specifically an office-like share drive
You should start with the SVN book, chapter 1: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.basic.html You need a SVN server and repository. That is what you will "share" with. All users that want to collaborate on the versions of a file will need to use a SVN client so that they can checkout and edit files stored in your repository and commit their changes back.

Categories : Eclipse

Writing junits in Test Driven Development before writing actual code?
That's partly right. Using an IDE (Eclipse, IntelliJ) you can create a test. In that test invoke a method (that does not exist) and using a refactoring tool create a method with the proper signature. That's a trick that makes working with TDD easier and more fun. According to Now i will write junit test case where i will check the size as 0. Is this Right? you should write a test that fails, and the provide proper implementation.

Categories : Java

Listing of all folders of Google Drive through IOS Google Drive SDK
Assuming this code works, there is a problem in the query. Multiple queries should be combined by and. query.q = @"mimeType='application/vnd.google-apps.folder' and trashed=false"; For more examples of sample queries, take a look at Search for Files in official documentation. Also, in case this code doesn't work, you want to use Files.list() with query above. Check the link and there is a sample code for Object-c you might want to use.

Categories : Objective C

Writing numbers 1-80 in JavaScript and writing text for certain multiples
Your problem is practically the Fizz Buzz test. Finding out the multiples is usually done by finding the remainder. Keep in mind that: nominator / denominator = quotient + (remainder / denominator) examples: 2 / 2 = 1 + ( 0 / 2 ) 3 / 2 = 1 + ( 1 / 2 ) 4 / 2 = 2 + ( 0 / 2 ) The modulus operator is defined as to find the remainder: nominator mod denominator = remainder from the examples above: 2 mod 2 = 0 3 mod 2 = 1 4 mod 2 = 0 Note that multiples of 2 have the remainder 0. The same thing goes with 3: 1 mod 3 = 1 -- 1 / 3 = 0 + ( 1 / 3 ) 2 mod 3 = 2 -- 2 / 3 = 0 + ( 2 / 3 ) 3 mod 3 = 0 -- 3 / 3 = 1 + ( 0 / 3 ) 4 mod 3 = 1 -- 4 / 3 = 1 + ( 1 / 3 ) 5 mod 3 = 2 -- 5 / 3 = 1 + ( 2 / 3 ) 6 mod 3 = 0 -- 6 / 3 = 2 + ( 0 / 3 ) The easiest way to find a multiple in Javascript

Categories : Javascript

PHP json_decode == NULL on {"action":"online","email":null,"script":null}
I dont think so, if you wrapped it in '' or "" like this - While using "" beware of it in your case, courtesy msturdy <?php $json = '{"action":"online","email":null,"script":null}'; var_dump(json_decode($json, true)); Output- array(3) { ["action"]=> string(6) "online" ["email"]=> NULL ["script"]=> NULL } Codepad - http://codepad.org/AdzSN4R3 After Comments, from the DOCS- json_decode This function only works with UTF-8 encoded data.

Categories : PHP

writing text which reading and writing only one column
If this is a CSV file, which I can infer from the references to the csv file extension in the code, then you are much better off using a CSV parsing library such as opencsv, which will do all the hard work of parsing the file for you. You can then manipulate a CSV file object and save the result to the file.

Categories : Java



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