There is another way to do the importing Virtualbox VDI to Proxmox VE 3.5-8. Similar to my previous post. Step 1, Copy the VDI into the Proxmox VE host No need to covert the VDI file to RAW format. Just copy the vdi file into the local folder. For me, I will just put it
I have some Virtualbox virtual machine on my desktop. Now I have Proxmox VE 5.3-8 installed on a separate machine. So I would like to move the VM to Proxmox. Let me list the existing installation. My Desktop, Windows 10 Pro version 1809. Virtualbox 6.0.4 r128413 Guest VM inside of Virtualbox is Ubuntu 18.04 with
The scenario is to run the program inside of Ubuntu VPS. Input a URL the program will output the jpg file. The solution is to use wkhtmltoimage, which is a part of wkhtmtopdf. I used to use the old version wkhtmltopdf v0.12.3. Now it is not working anymore due to some reason I don’t know.
I use FormatFactory 3.8.0 to convert video files, audio files. It can also convert picture, such as jpg png ico, bmp, gif, tif, pcx, tga; and document, such as pdf, html mobi, EPub, AZW3. Here I am talking about how to convert audio file, which is flac. I would like to convert it to mp3
It is a smoothly converting without hurting data inside of the tables. I have phpmyadmin installation on my VPS. So just goto there and select database, click SQL tab of it. Enter following sql and click Go.
I have an website which is hosted on Dreamhost. I has a script to convert video from any formats to flv file, which can be played as flash video. When I look at the error which made is shown as below. ffmpeg unknown encoder mp3 It looks like mp3 audio is not supported by ffmpeg
There are many video formats in computer world. Say MPG, WMV, AVI, MP4, The FLV is a video format played by flash player, which is installed almost 99% of computers all over the world. Video quality of the different formats widely vary. MPG compression is quite bad, a thing from the past. Regular FLV, WMV
I have a dream, mentioned in my Chinese Blog. I want to replce the current Windows 2003 server by a Linux server. There are something to do before I move to Linux. I am familiar with the Windows just like lots of other people who runs a Windows desktop. Now for Server side, Linux, Bind,