Dual boot from two separate physical storage devices [migrated]

I have a new laptop that has a 256GB NVMe SSD drive with Windows 10 currently installed. The laptop has 2 NVMe SSD slots, so I plan to move the 256GB SSD to the second slot, and insert a new 1TB SSD drive into the first slot.

Summary:

  • Slot 1: 1TB SSD with Linux
  • Slot 2: 256GB SSD with Windows

I plan to dual boot. Is there anything special I need to be aware of in order to make this possible? Can I simply move the first SSD into the second slot, install Linux on the new 1TB SSD, configure the Grub2 boot loader and go? Is there anything I’m missing?

As I type this out I’m feeling like it’s a dumb question. I’ve done plenty of dual-booting in the past but I believe it was on separate partitions and not often on separate drives — or at least it’s been a while since I’ve done this. ūüėÄ

Cómo subir una imagen a Firebase Storae con Android Storage?


Esto lo hice con un tutorial del 2016

tal vez haya cambiado la configuración de Android Studio, sin embargo no encuentro nuevos videos sobre esto, si conoces de un canal con tutoriales actualizados te agradecería que me lo dejes en la descripción

private Button mButton; private FirebaseAuth mAuth; private TextView nombre; private DatabaseReference mDatabase; private ImageView jeje; private StorageReference mstorage; private FloatingActionButton uplstorage; private static final int Gallery_Intent = 2;   @Override protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {     super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);     setContentView(R.layout.activity_pantallaprincipal);      mAuth = FirebaseAuth.getInstance();     mDatabase = FirebaseDatabase.getInstance().getReference();     mstorage = FirebaseStorage.getInstance().getReference().child("bucket");      uplstorage = (FloatingActionButton) findViewById(R.id.efe);     mButton = (Button) findViewById(R.id.Cerrarsei);     nombre = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.Name);     jeje = (ImageView) findViewById(R.id.mtb); 

//Esta parte solo era para poner la imagen con borde circular

    Bitmap bitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(),R.drawable.usuario);     RoundedBitmapDrawable roundedBitmapDrawable = RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(getResources(), bitmap);     roundedBitmapDrawable.setCircular(true);     jeje.setImageDrawable(roundedBitmapDrawable); 

//esta parte es para seleccionar la foto en la galeria

    uplstorage.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {         @Override         public void onClick(View view) {             Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_PICK);             intent.setType("image/*");             startActivityForResult(intent,Gallery_Intent);         }     }); 

//Esta es para cerrar sesión

    mButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {         @Override         public void onClick(View view) {             mAuth.signOut();             startActivity(new Intent(Pantallaprincipal.this, Inicio.class));             finish();         }     });      getUserInfo(); } 

//Aquí supuestamente se podía subir la foto al Storage

@Override protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, @Nullable Intent data) {     super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data);      if(requestCode == Gallery_Intent && resultCode == RESULT_OK){         Uri uri = data.getData();         StorageReference filePath = mstorage.child("bucket").child(uri.getLastPathSegment());         filePath.putFile(uri).addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<UploadTask.TaskSnapshot>() {             @Override             public void onSuccess(UploadTask.TaskSnapshot taskSnapshot) {                 Toast.makeText(Pantallaprincipal.this, "Cargado exitosamente",Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();             }         });      } } 

//Esta parte es solo para identificar el nombre del usuario con la Database

private void getUserInfo() {      String id = mAuth.getCurrentUser().getUid();     mDatabase.child("User").child(id).addValueEventListener(new ValueEventListener() {         @Override         public void onDataChange(@NonNull DataSnapshot dataSnapshot) {             if (dataSnapshot.exists()) {                 String name = dataSnapshot.child("nombre").getValue().toString();                  nombre.setText(name);             }          }          @Override         public void onCancelled(@NonNull DatabaseError databaseError) {          }     }); } 

}

No sé qué estaré haciendo mal, pueden corregir mi codigo?

SD card or USB stick as permanent storage?

My internal SSD is running short on space and I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on using an SD card or USB stick as permanent storage. I have an external USB hard drive but would rather not have to carry it around. I understand that this sort of flash memory is not designed to be constantly overwritten and so I would use it as file storage only (music/photos) and it would be essentially read-only unless I add files to it on occasion. I would keep a regular backup as well. Would a high capacity SD card be feasible for something like this? If so, what filesystem should I use to ensure the maximum life of the card? Would a USB stick be of any advantage over the SD card? I don’t use Windows and so compatibility with other operating systems is not an issue. Thanks!

SharePoint Framework Web Part data storage

I have some JSON that is populated when a user sets up a web part, the JSON is used as the config i don’t want to display this data to the user and I cannot see any way to simply hide a multi line property pane field. Does anyone know of a way to do this?

I have also looked at alternative solutions for storing and reading the JSON, one would be to simply store the data in a list, however the problem i see with this solution, is if and when the web part is deleted this data is still available and there is no way for me to be able to run a set of actions when the web part is deleted, leaving this unnecessary list on my tenant. The other option would be using the property bag, however this still leaves the same issue with not be able to clean up as and when the web part is removed.

Can someone please provide an alternation solution or a workaround for my issue.

Use of Azure Blob storage or not Security

Need your opinion, Should we go for Azure blob or not, i am attaching the actual requirement in our application.

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We have database called Hopex(Database external server), now we are working on SharePoint online(Cloud) and we need data from external database(Hopex), We have large volume of diagram and coordinates stored in database(Hopex).

  1. So we are thinking to upload all diagram(Images) in Azure blob storage and access all images(diagram) in SharePoint list &

  2. External server database is creating Rest Endpoint and trying to access all diagram and coordinates using REST API, I have attached the requirement model in screenshot.

Just wanted to know which approach we need to follow, whether I should go for Azure Blob or REST API? If Azure Blob then advantage and security or if End Point REST then security.

Please drop your opinion.

Thanks in advance.

Laravel – Storage Crop Image Invention

Tengo un problema con el almacenamiento en Storage Utilizando Image Invention. Actualmente tengo mi codigo funcional, el problema es que necesitor hacer crop a la image para redimencionarla.

$  file   = $  request->file('avatar'); $  path = Auth::user()->id . '/' . $  type__acount . '/'; File::isDirectory($  path) or File::makeDirectory($  path, 0777, true, true); $  avatar  = Storage::disk('public')->put($  path , $  file); 

Implementando Image Invention

$  file   = $  request->file('avatar'); $  path = Auth::user()->id . '/' . $  type__acount . '/'; $  crop = Image::make($  file); $  crop->resize(100, 100, function($  constraint){    $  constraint->aspectRatio(); })->encode('jpg');  File::isDirectory($  path) or File::makeDirectory($  path, 0777, true, true); $  avatar  = Storage::disk('public')->put($  path , $  crop); 

Pero me arroja un "message": "file_put_contents(/home/kllaar/public_html/api_service/public/storage/866851/trainer): failed to open stream: Is a directory",

¬ŅAlguien sabe que esta sucediendo?

TeraDelta ‚Äď SSD-based OpenVZ instances, NVMe-based KVM instances and KVM Storage instances

TeraDelta reached out to us, this is their first time being featured here.
They offer SSD-based OpenVZ instances, NVMe-based KVM instances and KVM Storage instances.
The specific offers they are sharing with us today are listed below and are out of Los Angeles, CA, Dallas, TX and Auburn, VA. These are being promoted to us as significantly lower in price than the competition. We have been told that one of the things that makes these offers so attractive is that they accept cryptocurrencies as payment.
Something to keep in mind when ordering, all services are set up within 8 hours or less as they do manual anti-fraud checks.

Their WHOIS is public, and you can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. We have been told that they are accepting PayPal, Credit Cards (via 2Checkout), and Bitcoin/Litecoin/Ethereum/Ripple via CoinPayments as payment methods.

Here’s what they had to say:¬†

‚ÄúWe are a registered IT Solutions company based in Manila, previously mainly dealing with custom development solutions for local businesses. We have expanded to offer cloud hosting and management services in the second quarter of 2019. Our team is a group of professionals who have a ton of experience in the field.‚ÄĚ

Here’s the offers:¬†

OpenVZ SSD: VZ-S

  • 25GB SSD Storage
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • 1 Fair-Share CPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 Gbps Network Speed
  • Basic DDoS Protection
  • Optional DirectAdmin License @ +$ 5/mo
  • Additional IPv4 @ +$ 1/month/IP
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  • 50GB SSD Storage
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • 1 Fair-Share CPU
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  • 1 Gbps Network Speed
  • Basic DDoS Protection
  • Optional DirectAdmin License @ +$ 5/mo
  • Additional IPv4 @ +$ 1/month/IP
  • Setup Time: 8 hours
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KVM NVMe: KVM-S

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  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • 1 Fair-Share CPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 Gbps Network Speed
  • Basic DDoS Protection
  • Optional DirectAdmin License @ +$ 5/mo
  • Additional IPv4 @ +$ 1/month/IP
  • Setup Time: 8 hours
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KVM NVMe: KVM-M

  • 30GB NVMe Storage
  • 1TB Bandwidth
  • 1 Fair-Share CPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 1 Gbps Network Speed
  • Basic DDoS Protection
  • Optional DirectAdmin License @ +$ 5/mo
  • Additional IPv4 @ +$ 1/month/IP
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  • 1024 GB RAID-6 Storage
  • 5TB Bandwidth
  • 1 Fair-Share CPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 1 Gbps Network Speed
  • Basic DDoS Protection
  • Optional DirectAdmin License @ +$ 5/mo
  • Additional IPv4 @ +$ 1/month/IP
  • Setup Time: 8 hours
  • Locations: California/Texas/Virginia
  • Price: $ 7.00/month or $ 70/year (2 months free!)
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Test IPv4: 104.149.18.203
Test IPv6: 2604:6600:0:c::2

Test file: http://lg.lax.psychz.net/200MB.test

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Test IPv4: 45.34.12.147
Test IPv6: 2604:6600:2000:38::3

Test file: http://lg.texas.psychz.net/200MB.test

Psychz Networks (Virginia)

Test IPv4: 172.106.7.194
Test IPv6: 2604:6600:2002:4::1531:a1e7

Test file: http://lg.va.psychz.net/200MB.test

More offers are available, but are > $ 10 and are not included in this offer.
Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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