Monthly Archive:: April 2017
In this article i am going to explain about Android runtime permissions with example. In my previous article i have explained about Show confirmation dialog on back pressed event in android,Android contact picker example, Android Shared Preference Example, Convert speech to text in android with example code and Android Signature Pad Example.
Introduction In this article i am going to explain about how to show confirmation dialog on back pressed event in android. In my previous articles i have explained about Android Signature Pad Example, Convert speech to text in android with example code,Android contact picker example and Android Shared Preference Example.
In this tutorial i am going to explain about how to create a new project in android studio. Implementation First we need to install latest version of android studio in our machine. To install the android studio please refer this link. After installing the android studio open the android studio and choose Start a new
Compressing images is easy way to decrease the page loading time and increase performance. Tinify has the better option to compress the images in lossless way to not to lose the quality of the image. Here we gonna use Tinify REST api in laravel to compress the images and directly upload the images to S3 using YsTinifyLaravel package.
Here we will go through list of steps to install LEMP for Ubunutu 16.04 in a easy way. After logging into the server using SSH, Step 1: Have to update the default packages. [crayon-5e83f9e8dd137057264222/] Step 2: Install nginx [crayon-5e83f9e8dd145806688059/] After the installing nginx you can check start the server and know the status for the
NFS relies on Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) to route requests between clients and servers. RPC services under Linux are controlled by the portmap service. To share or mount NFS file systems, the following services work together: NFS service port number 2049, Portmapper service port number -111 nfs — Starts the appropriate RPC processes to service
1.1 Ethernet Bonding Ethernet Bonding (NIC Teaming) allows you to have two NICs bonded together to appear as if they are the same physical device. Also, you can aggregate multiple ports into a single group, effectively combining the bandwidth into a single connection. 1.2 Pre-requisites To bond two Ethernet interfaces, the following are necessary –
We can integrate the Linux server with Windows environment by adding the linux server to Active Directory Domain controller, By using the below steps we can join the Linux server into AD Create the Linux server hostname to corresponding DNS ‘A’ record Install the below packages nscd samba-winbind yum install nscd samba-winbind Run authconfig-tui Authentication
If server’s RAM is less than or equal to 4GB then the recommended SWAP file system size is 2 GB If server’s RAM is between 4 GB and 16 GB then the recommended SWAP file system size is 4GB If server’s RAM is between 16 GB and 64 GB then the recommended SWAP file system
In order to install the RHEL OS we required minimum three partition as below, 1)boot 2) root and 3) Swap