The referenced file is not allowed on this page O365 Sharepoint

I was trying to add script links to the seattle.master page in SharePoint 2013 from a network drive.

After I opened it (Before I added anything) I had to quit for the day. Now I keep getting this error

The referenced file ‘/teams/site-Name/_catalogs/masterpage/seattle.master~RFa576ead.TMP' is not allowed on this page.

In the masterpage folder there is now a .TMP file.

I can’t find a reference to the file in the seattle.master and when I try to delete it it just comes back.

I can’t load any pages on the site-Name because the same error shows up?

Has anyone ever run into this before?

Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted

Got a php error, Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted. It is quite strange, because I created a php info file to check the settings.

The setting of the server is memory_limit 12288M (server got enough free RAM).

What am I missing? Is there a other setting that is set to the 512MB?

Error:

PHP Fatal error:  Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 53248 bytes) in /lib/Varien/Image/Adapter/Gd2.php on line 74 

Is using LGPL 1.2 or EPL 1.0 licensed jar allowed in proprietary software in Docker? [migrated]

I am creating a proprietary java application which uses some open source jars licensed with LGPL 2.1 or EPL 1.0. I am deploying the application in docker container with all jars inside it.

Is there any issue with licensing? Does this violate any of the terms of those licences?

What food am I allowed to bring to Austria from Russia?

Soon I will fly from Russia to Austria. I want to bring a small quantity of food (like one or two boxes of chocolate) to Austria.

In the past there were restrictions on what you could and could not bring to/from Russia. A long time ago, for example, it was not allowed to send a cake from Vienna to Moscow using mail. Later those limitations seem to be lifted (the officials didn’t mind me taking a very similar cake on board an airplane to Moscow).

Where can I find out, which food items I am allowed to bring to Austria from Russia in January 2019?

What is the allowed amount of electronics to be brought to USA?

I am flying to USA from EU for CES and I have a laptop and 3 tablets which I would like to take with me. Can I do that without any issues? Should I fill some paperwork before? Even though I am not eligible for ESTA (I have a traveller’s visa) I have read this page: https://www.estavisaus.org/news/traveling-usa-laptop and found there’s no limit, for electronics, but I doubt it is correct.

Thanks

How to restrict allowed catalog image extensions?

I created a module that overrides ImageUploader like so:

<preference      for="Magento\Catalog\Model\ImageUploader"      type="MyCompany\MyModule\Model\Catalog\ImageUploader" /> 

The code looks like this (don’t ask why, but we are only allowing jpg images):

<?php  namespace MyCompany\MyModule\Model\Catalog;  class ImageUploader extends \Magento\Catalog\Model\ImageUploader {      /**      * @param string[] $  allowedExtensions      */     public function setAllowedExtensions($  allowedExtensions)     {         parent::setAllowedExtensions(['jpg', 'jpeg']);     } } 

I installed the module and the other parts work just fine. But this does not prevent me from uploading a PNG. Anyone have any ideas of what I might be doing wrong or what I should override instead of this?

Thanks!

How to get an overview of which app are allowed to background data for Android 7

A user can enable or disable background data usage by following the following steps:

  1. From the Home screen, tap the app slider, then open “Settings”.
  2. Select “Data usage”.
  3. Select “Cellular data usage”.
  4. Select the app you want to limit background data on.
  5. Toggle “Background data” to “On” or “Off” as desired.

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The question is – is there anyway to do it on a mass scale for all apps so that a user do not need to keep repeating the five steps as described above?

Example, a user just need to follow the following steps:

  1. From the Home screen, tap the app slider, then open “Settings”.
  2. Select “Data usage”.
  3. Select “Background data usage”, which will list all the apps. Each row will display the app name, the app version and a “On/Off” switch. If the app was “On” for background data, it will be a “On” for that switch.
  4. Toggle “Background data” to “On” or “Off” as desired thru scrolling on the same page.

(Step 3 should look something like the picture below, which the picture illustrate which WIFI to be “On” or “Off” as a metered Wifi network.)

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Element ‘block’, attribute ‘remove’: The attribute ‘remove’ is not allowed. Line: 745

I’m getting this error when I hit the front end. Couldn’t able to find any solution regarding this.

1 exception(s): Exception #0 (Magento\Framework\Config\Dom\ValidationException): Element ‘block’, attribute ‘remove’: The attribute ‘remove’ is not allowed. Line: 745

Thanks for any help in advance

The maximum number of bytes allowed to be read from the stream has > been exceeded

I’m trying to create a list item through REST api, but the multitext field contains content larger than 1mb and I’m getting this error:

“The maximum number of bytes allowed to be read from the stream has been exceeded. After the last read operation, a total of 1049600 bytes has been read from the stream; however a maximum of 1048576 bytes is allowed.”

Any way to address / bypass this in O365