…;load->model('gallery_model'); $pic_unique_id = 18; // slider $data['pic'] = $this->… Discussion Thread by davy_yg in Web Development
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…;load->model('gallery_model'); $pic_unique_id = 18; // slider $data['pic'] = $this->… Discussion Thread by davy_yg in Web Development
Gee, I still do not understand the error message eventhough I know C++ (It was only back in college). Perhaps if anyone can help me out: Line 214: site/views/index.php <?php foreach($pic as $pic_item): ?> {… Reply by davy_yg
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…;load->model('gallery_model'); $pic_unique_id = 18; // slider $data['pic'] = $this->… Discussion Thread by davy_yg in Web Development
So, you're iterating over $pic and you're expecting that $pic is a list (array) or map (associative array). In this $pic list/map you're expecting that each value set here as $pic_item is an object that contains a property called $pic_item. $… Reply by Mark_k
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…;load->model('gallery_model'); $pic_unique_id = 18; // slider $data['pic'] = $this->… Discussion Thread by davy_yg in Web Development
Sorry. I should've gotten more into the CI side of things on my above post. you're only problem is that you need to call `->result()` on your db result object. The result is then iterable and each row is an object of stdClass. So: <?php … Reply by Mark_k
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…;load->model('gallery_model'); $pic_unique_id = 18; // slider $data['pic'] = $this->… Discussion Thread by davy_yg in Web Development
BTW, if you're getting 0 back from $pic->num_rows(), check that your criteria is correct. `picture_unique_id` seems like an odd name for an id column to me. If that's what you named it, cool, but simply `id` would suffice. Reply by Mark_k
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… external drives for malicious threats 18. [ClamXav](https://www.clamxav.com… Discussion Thread by tompatrick in Mac OS X
If you're in need of a Mac data recovery software, here is an awesome option: Nowadays, recovering your files using a software tool is fairly simple to do, although it may take a while for the program to run on your Mac. So what should you look for in a… Reply by Kenny_3
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… partdescription = dtgjobcard.Rows(jobcard).Cells(18).Value stockcode = dtgjobcard.Rows(jobcard… Discussion Thread by wishala in Programming
I think you can solve that error by changing your loop to a For Each because with my guess based on your code you want to take each item and it subitems and assign it to corresponding variables so that you will be able to store them correctly on your … Reply by Mr.M
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
Hey actually you gave me info on how to choose a VPN better, i didnt though that with the credit cards (good one). Am using free TunnelBear account since they dont have LOGS and they are fast enought for me too :) **EDIT** and because its free you get … Reply by Stefan_1
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
I have to admit that for me, most of the time, anonymity isn't as important as encryption of traffic. I run my own VPN, but of the hosted services out there I have used Nord (they have a double VPN option and allow subs by Bitcoin, works OK on W10), F-… Reply by happygeek
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
Here i found a link that explains the encryption breakdown. https://www.tunnelbear.com/blog/stronger-encryption/ > I run my own VPN * What language is written in? * How much are you sure its safe for you? * Is it available for public use? (i … Reply by Stefan_1
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
I just had a client get upset over VPN. It was for another reason and I thought I'd share it here. First the cause of the failure. The VPN GEO relocates the device. That is, to the web, the device (PC, phone, pad, etc.) now looks like it is in the … Reply by rproffitt
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I have a project where I have to send data from an Excel spreadsheet to an Oracle database. Here is the code I am using and I need some help. It stops at the second string statement. I am trying to use an Excel range name to Insert or Update into an … Discussion Thread by hforte in Programming
It's been a week so help others help you and call out what line number you see it fail at. My reading of your problem statement has me looking at line 18. Is that it? Reply by rproffitt
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
I had a very interesting conversation with some folks several years back. A friend and I were being recruited to join a startup VPN company. I know little about VPN and I didn't join the company, but a huge part of the conversation was the liability … Reply by AssertNull
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
Stefan_1: "I run my own VPN - What language is written in?" To clarify, I have a router upon which I have installed my firmware of choice (DD-WRT) and I then run a hardened OpenVPN configuration over that... I have also been known to run … Reply by happygeek
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
rproffitt: Of course, the geo-location option is one reason many people use a VPN. Here in the UK, for example, a VPN that has 'home-router' exit points can avoid the media network VPN exit point blacklist and enable out of territory usage. Horses for … Reply by happygeek
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
AssertNull: VPN usage *can* be secure, but that rather depends on how you are measuring security of course. I'd recommend using a VPN (be that your own router homebrew or a subscription service - **NEVER** a free service IMHO) whenever you are using the … Reply by happygeek
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Great question! I would think that the output to your speakers should work ok. Have you tried? Ok. I'm going to try my microphone as an input device like are using your cassette player. Hold on a few minutes. Reply by rubberman
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Sorry. No luck so far. I'll try again later. And I am using Mint 18. Didn't try the Jack audio though. Have a bad cold right now so that's as much as I can do for the moment. Reply by rubberman
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… this being classified as adware) * * 18% of the apps used tunneling… Discussion Thread by happygeek in Information Security
> I rather imagine that has long since been laid to rest by the VPN service providers or they wouldn't still be in business. I wish I shared your optimism. You could be right. It could also be that there hasn't been a good test case yet in the … Reply by AssertNull
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Hello rubberman! I loaded the pulseaudio-loopback module using the command 'pactl load-module module-loopback latency_msec=1' and then I'm able to hear the sound from my cassette record in my speakers with a bit of (well, a lot of..) noise. I'll look … Reply by it@61@sec
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
I worry there is some hardware issue here. For example, all my machines can get recording going and if I forget I read a tutorial like https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/sound-recording-with-audacity-on-ubuntu/ again. But here's the pin in the grenade… Reply by rproffitt
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Line in/line out seems like it would be line in/line out regardless of what the input is (cassette player/CD Player/Microphone/speakers/musical instrument/whatever). The cassette player is going to produce analog output. You should have a line/microphone… Reply by AssertNull
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As I've been saying, especially recently, google hates forums, and we're not going to survive unless we do one of two things: 1. Be a community of people regularly engaging in discussions with each other, and NOT a support site that relies on a constant… Discussion Thread by Dani in Community Center
… traffic over the last 12-18 months. General IT publications are… Reply by happygeek
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
I have a pretty modern desktop PC with both input and output lines so the hardware should be good enough. Since I've managed to get the sound through from my cassette player/recorder to my speakers there might be a hope that I could fix the rest as well. … Reply by it@61@sec
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Now it's working! 1) I switched from line input to microphone input. 2) In PulseAudio Volume Control I adjusted the volume of the Front Mic (which I'm using) so that the Silence meter is set as low as possible. Then I got rid of that annoying noise in … Reply by it@61@sec
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
On item 7, recording streaming. I did have a fellow sorely confused about this. Settings for recording streaming are not the same as recording from the inputs so they burned on that. Eventually they settled on 2 apps. One for the hardware input and the… Reply by rproffitt
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… to use my Linux Mint 18 (kernel version 4.4.0… Discussion Thread by it@61@sec in Linux and Unix
Well, all things considered, it seems that there is progress going on here. Keep us informed about your overall progress it@61... BTW, can't you just use a more user-friendly handle? :-) Reply by rubberman
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Here is the dilemna, I can't figure out how to count the time a value is above a certain amount in c#. Exercise: A radio station specialized in classical music is raising fund. People call in to pledge donations. Donors who pledge for $100 or above … Discussion Thread by Karl_6 in Programming
After line 18 you add some code to the effect if (pledge >= 100) { numMugs++; } Reply by Reverend Jim
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