Need help ASAP! My winxp installation got wiped by a virus in a old pc and I only have a linux pc to fix it.
Any way to extract .PQI factory image that I had stored for quite some time?
I want to add a script to the standard install image, so that I can script lvm, luks etc at installation time. However, somehow I created an image that hangs during boot. Is there anything completely wrong in what I did?
Hello! I am not wanting to restore my device atm, but I wanted to extract the image etc in case I need it in the future.
But for the recovery.img and system.img it says it was last editted 31-12-2008. How is that possible and can I flash it however it says 31-12-2008?
And for the rest, is everything right for flashing the image to my device?
Ok, so I'm not new to Linux, but by no means am I a guru, and its time for me to upgrade my Linux Kernel to 3.5.4 (I need new drivers only compatible with the newest kernel image), and I would like to do so manually.
What I mean is that I would like to download the official .tar.bz2 image from here, then extract the image, but after that how do I actually install the kernel image?
In my application am going to display image from remote data base
In database the image is stored as String(i.e)image location
By using image loader class am displaying image in the screen
I want to scale the image according to the screen size ldpi,mdpi,hdpi
How to perform that?
How to extract an image file inredhat enterprise linux server 6,we tried with different ways available on the net.But are not working fine.please help me out,i am newbie.which command we have to use for mounting an image file and i am thankful to you if you help me how to do it in the terminal. Can we do anything with package installer.
Thanks in advance