Hello, I need to develop a desktop application (Windows Form) that loads an image of the hard disk, and sends it to the printer. The default image will be of size (2480px x 3508px), like an A4 format, but it can be smaller (it will have to increase the size proportionally) or bigger (it will have to decrease the size proportionally). First row of your
...Page and store the following data in an excel sheet Name of Article Name of Publication Year of Publication Citation Citation Count Paper pdf (to be stored in a folder on hard disk) 2- Given a research paper in pdf file, extract the references. Search Google Scholar for the reference research papers and then extract the details mentioned in 1 into an excel
...18.04 / Linux Mint 19 *64bit* - C program only (no C++, no Python, ...) - only use ALSA external library (*) as audio library (no PulseAudio, etc...) - saving signal to disk is not allowed - ideally no low-level kernel programming is needed - ideally the program must compile with a simple gcc statement, eg `gcc prog.c -lasound` (ideally no need
...and then generate and output the resulting image. A small Rust command-line application should then use the Rust library and allow one to specify an input image file path on disk and set of generation parameters and then write out the resulting output image to a specified output file. Use the structopt library for the parameter parsing. Make sure the
To setup a system with multiple disks on 1 Server, to upload and update software independently but being able to function together as a whole. To begin 3 disks are used but more functioning disks can be added easily. System is installed and accessible with Teamviewer. Good knowledge of latest Ubuntu, Mount Points, Partitioning, Formatting, etc. is required.
... a. reseizing b. removing c. deleting d. recovering - creating RAID 0,1,5 & 10 with (ext3, ext4, xfs & zfs) a. add disk b. remove disk c. Troubleshooting RAID -Swap Partition -Fixing Disk errors -DD commands -NFS -NFS with RAID -Samba -GlusterFS -DRBD with pacemaker -iSCSI -Lsync #Bonus: -File & Folder Permission -Access Control