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07 May 2013 - 10:38 AMIt's glad that the problem has been solved, im not sure which program you used, and im a liitle confused about the sample code, i find a short sample code of image resizing in C#in a open source site, i write it here to share with you just in case the problem appered again.
public static int applyResize(REImage img, int width, int height);
public static void ResizeImageDemo()
string fileName = "c:/Sample.png";
REImage reImage = REFile.OpenImageFile(fileName);
ImageProcessing.applyResize(reImage, 500, 500);
REFile.SaveImageFile(reImage,"c:/reimage.png", new PNGEncoder());
Please read the question fully first, and the category the thread has been posted in. The OP required help with PHP, not Java. Also, please make use of the
codeBB tag that we have on the forum when posting code so that it's more readable.
16 April 2013 - 03:14 PMso after I make and install (without errors), It still says command not found for both npm and node.
The method used:
I'm on mac mountain lion. I tried using homebrew, and it said it couldn't link node? So I (think I) uninstalled it and then tried the above method, no dice. Any advice?
You probably should've set the prefix to somewhere in your $PATH variable, I've never seen /local used before. You should probably use /usr as the prefix. node.js also has OS X binaries, that might be quicker.
16 April 2013 - 10:46 AMYeah as soon as I read that I was like ... Actually I didn't even think anyway. I was just surprise that a hosting company has that bad of a security team. Say something went wrong with a server I had with them - how can I trust the support staff, if the security staff can't even keep payment info safe? (Basics for any online business).
Well, another example of how previously trusted companies can be flawed.
EDIT: This hacking group sound incredibly "blackhat" to me. Why not just prove you've gotten in, claim credit for the hack, and alert Linode so the vuln can be fixed? And going on the IRC support channel bragging about it like a little bitch? Bunch of attention seekers.
From what I've heard from IRC, it seems the group weren't wanting money or anything, just for Linode to append "We got owned by HTP." onto their security announcement or something, but since Linode didn't comply with it, they decided to tell everyone straight since Linode hid it from their customers.
12 April 2013 - 12:52 PMIf you're looking for a UK unmanaged VPS, I recommend Evorack (use coupon code 50OFF) and JHWC.
My servers with both providers have been stable since I got them.
17:47:08 up 311 days, 9:06, 2 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
5:55PM up 76 days, 5:47, 4 users, load averages: 0.69, 0.45, 0.36
Honestly, if you can manage the server yourself, you don't need to pay extra for managed services. Linode are very good though; I know someone that has a VPS with them that hasn't had any network issues or hardware issues, it's been up for 520+ days.
04 April 2013 - 11:05 AM