So, to convert a png to multiple PNG-file you can use imagemagick like this :
$ imagemagick <file.pdf> <output.png>
It will however do the numbering without prefixing the correct number of zeros (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,99,100 etc-). If what you want is to have a sequence like this – 000,001,002…..010,011,012….0100 etc then you can do like this instead to always have at least 3 digitst on the numbers :
$ imagemagick <file.pdf> <output%03d.png>
Today I noticed that I got not audio from vimeo.coM. Searching a bit I found this site describing how to enable ” MSE & H.264″ support in Firefox.
Well, it turnS out that it fixes vimeo too. The only thing you have to do is to ensure the values of the following keys.
media.fragmented-mp4.exposed = true
media.fragmented-mp4.ffmpeg.enabled = true
Youtube just changed to HTML5 by default. Firefox 36 does not play >360p files using that setup. But http://www.ghacks.net/2014/07/30/play-1080p-videos-youtube-firefox/ link shows how to fix it.
Here is a nice article about how the current graphics stack on Linux works.
nmcli dev list iface <interface>
To get windows name resolution on Ubuntu 14.04 remember to install libnss-winbind package. It will work out of the box after that.
sudo apt-get install libnss-winbind
Additionally add “wins” to the end of the hosts:-line in /etc/nsswitch.conf. My file looks like this.
hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns wins
when that is said there is a bugreporte on launchpad
For some time it has been possible to run Netflix on linux using a Windows version of Firefox. This is not necessary anymore.
This link contains the instruction on how to install Silverlight on your Ubuntu.
There is not much to say other than – it just works.
In case you want a new git version on your server og workstation it can be fetched from this PPA.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa
avconv -i INPUTFILE -c:v copy -c:a mp3 -b:a 128k OUTPUTFILE
- -i : the inputfile
- -c:v copy – copy video without reanscoding
- -c:a mp3 – transcode audio to mp3
- -b:a 128k – transcode audio as a bitrate of 128 Kbit/s
I’ve recently used a MySQL database using Qt. this works great on Linux, and not a good on Windows. The MySQL client library is not bundled with the Qt SDK, but I found a nice site that goes trough the process of installing the library.