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convert is part of the package ImageMagick; try sudo yum install ImageMagick (or other privilege escalation method as appropriate to your system).


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Why would you want to do that? Since you are not interested in adding or modifying data/metadata, you could just leave it as csv. CSV is associated with MS Excel by default, so whoever is going to open it, is going to get it opened in MS Excel. If that does not work for you for some reason, keep in mind, that, as far as I know, you can generate a (sort of) ...


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When you move the disk image, the installed OS is not aware of that, and it tries to boot with the drivers for the controllers of the previously used virtualization platform. Windows, when it cannot find the driver for the currently installed disk controller, BSOD's and reboots. This is pretty much the same as moving a windows hard drive between different ...


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Virtualbox does actually support importing VHD file, unfortunately this is only for VHD's created with Virtual PC, not Hyper-V, which adds some additional information to the VHD. Some people have successfully got VHD Vm's to boot by ensuring the VM in Virtualbox uses an IDE rather than SATA controller. I'm not aware of anyway to convert VHD's straight into ...


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Convert a DER file (.crt .cer .der) to PEM openssl x509 -inform der -in certificate.cer -out certificate.pem Source


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Next time you need a command like this you can figure out what package to install by running something like yum whatprovides '*/convert'.


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As with most filesystems, you can't convert in-place, but you can certainly copy your files from an ext4 filesystem over to an NTFS one.


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Try using the ssconvert tool from "gnumeric" package. On Debian, install the package with sudo apt-get install gnumeric and then from the command-line, run: ssconvert file.csv file.xls This should do the job.


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The product you need is called VMWare Converter. You will be after the Standalone version. The documentation for it can be found here. Basically, the VMWare Converter will take the existing physical Unix machine and convert it into a VMWare format. This VMWare image can then be loaded into whichever VMWare host you choose.


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Have you tried cache? From the man page -cache threshold megabytes of memory available to the pixel cache. Image pixels are stored in memory until 80 megabytes of memory have been consumed. Subsequent pixel operations are cached on disk. Operations to memory are significantly faster but if your computer does not have a ...


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In general: no, you cannot convert from one filesystem type to another. In practice you can, but the two filesystem types have to be very closely related. For example, ext2 to ext3 is possible, and you can in fact mount ext3 as ext2 if you have to. This is because ext3 is basically ext2 with journalling, but apart from that the on-disk structures are ...


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There are projects like libpst allowing access to PST files from within Linux, but I doubt that anything aside from Microsoft's tools themselves will give you a "clean" PST output. I cannot see though why you could not connect to the IMAP server using Outlook from your machine and simply copy the messages to one or more PST stores mounted in Outlook - this ...


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Use AVFS to access the contents of the tar archive as if it was a directory. AVFS is a virtual filesystem built on FUSE. Point your favorite ISO builder to the directory inside the tar archive. mountavfs cd ~/.avfs/path/to/archive.tar\# genisoimage -o /path/to/iso .


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The cards backplate will need changing. If one wasn't supplied with the card then you will most likely have to contact the manufacturer to see if they can supply one.


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try virt-sparcify - it will zerofill the unused blocks in the image and then deduplicate the zeroes


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You can do the following: $ <iso_command> | awk '{print $1}' | sort -u | xargs -n 1 mycommand --withargs


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You didn't say what version. Since we're talking SQL Server, there are several ways to approach this. If you're on SQL Server 2005/2008, the easiest way is to probably use the Import Data function within SQL Server Management Studio. Actually, what this does is creates an SSIS package that allows you to bring data in to the combined database. This is a ...


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Although I prefer the VMWare Converter answer, you could probably also do it using Clonezilla. Just be careful to create a VMWare image that has a virtual hard drive that is the same size or bigger than the original. Also, keep in mind that when the virtual machine starts up its going to detect totally different hardware and so you might have an issue ...


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You may want to look at FmPro Migrator. It will convert FileMaker Pro (2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) to a SQL Database (MySQL, Oracle, Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, DB2, OpenBase, PostgreSQL, FrontBase, SQLite and Valentina). You could also FileMaker Instant Web Publishing. It's part of FileMaker Server Advanced and is also part of the client FileMaker. It's ...


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Sounds like a Lotus 123 (spreadsheet) file. I just checked and OpenOffice supports *.123 files. So, you can definitely use OpenOffice and import the .123 file and export it to a .xls file. Try using Excel first but if that fails, use OpenOffice.


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There is a python based solution on Sourceforge called csv2xls which may fit the bill. It does not appear to be maintained at the moment (last activity was over a year ago) but if it does what you need then that shouldn't matter too much.


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Stick with the first solution. The HDD types need to match. If you were using SCSI on VMware you need to be using SCSI in VirtualBox. In rare occasions you actually need to experiment a bit with disk types (ie a SCSI VMware disk will work properly only on SATA controler in VirtualBox, go figure). Another thing that causes instability and bootup problems ...


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You can't make it a RAID60 - mdadm's reshape doesn't know how to do that conversion. Since you just want to stripe the two together (and presumably don't need the performance benefits, just the space, of the RAID0?), you could use LVM. What that would probably look like is.. Set up the 8 new drives with LVM - make a RAID6 block device with mdadm, then ...


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The recommended way is to setup a linked server to mysql from sql server and then use either an import/copy wizard or something as basic as select into to get the data across. Here is a technet article that describes the process using sql server 2000, which is still relevant for 2005/2008. Here is a codeproject article that describes the same process with ...


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You'll need to use something like SSIS to move the data, after you create the tables. You can probably script out the tables from MySQL using the MySQL tools and create them in SQL Server without much changing. You can probably use the MySQL native tool to dump the data and schema to a script and run the script without to many changes.


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I used to use Jinzora which handles transcoding and all kinds of audio formats and has similar operation to Ampache. It has been a while since I used it, and I never did transcoding but it might be worth checking out.


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Solved with the following: cat <<EOF > /etc/profile.d/ImageMagick.sh # Set ImageMagick memory limits: it eats too much export MAGICK_MEMORY_LIMIT=1024 # Use up to *MB of memory before doing mmap export MAGICK_MAP_LIMIT=1024 # Use up to *MB mmaps before caching to disk export MAGICK_AREA_LIMIT=4096 # Use up to *MB disk space before failure ...


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Database encoding is normally defined when you create the database (certainly for Postgres). One way to fix this is to export, create a new DB an then re-import. This link may be enough. However the encoding of the application can be set different than the database. This means that the application send out UTF-8 and when it read the DB it converts the DB ...


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.arm certs are the same thing as .pem certs, just rename it.



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