The reason for not being able to read one of these dreaded/ fillable "XFA" forms is because no Linux PDF reader that I'm aware of supports them. Part of this reasoning is for security. It is really silly, they should ban these XFA forms or at least replace the Please Wait with the non-fillable version.
Download Adobe Reader 9.5 for Linux from here:
This is the solution but only so much, at least for me I was able to view th........
When converting binary the easiest way is to write out a vertical list in a format like below and follow the formula in the table.
Example Convert 1101 1111 to decimal.
Write out the binary below in vertical form (leave lots of space on the left side).
Keep this in mind that the "previous sum" starts at 0 on your first line.
A very handy feature of ImageMagick's convert command is that it can convert PDF's to other image formats like jpg but did you know you can even manually select a range or specific pages from the PDF?
Here is an example of converting a range of pages from a PDF in this case pages 25 to 36:
convert -density 300 "vSphere 6.5-1.pdf[25-36]" vsphere.jpg
Here is an example of converti........
grub> root (hd0,0)
Filesystem type is ext2fs, partition type 0xfd
grub> setup (hd0)
But if you do:
it does work, I think hd0/sda had a GPT partition that was not removed properly (what I did was just dd bs=512 count=1 the partition table from another drive since the partition table should be identical).
Checking if "/boot/grub/........
If the file size is too large you need to resize them on the fly:
convert -resize 25% *.jpg output.pdf
The resize flag takes a % I have tried without and it seems to take it as pixels and becomes way too small.
You can also play with the "-quality 25" flag to decrease file size even more.........
It is a common issue and here is the solution (increase the density/dpi):
convert -density 120 some.pdf output.jpg
You will need to play with the density setting to get the perfect file size and resolution.
If you want a smaller file you can always use the "-quality" switch and eg. -quality 25 would be 25%/100 quality........
convert -density 400 somepdf.pdf -scale 2000x1000 output.jpg
The key is the "-density 400" switch and also -scale 2000x1000
To give credit I found the solution here: http://www.imagemagick.org/discourse-server/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=10928
That was the perfect solution when I was frustrated with how small the resulting JPG's resulted. I'm sure this will help a lot of people when it comes time to converting a PDF to JPG which I'm amazed Imag........
From a LiveCD or if you're doing something like converting your non-RAID install to mdadm here's how you would chroot properly (you have to mount your proc, sys and dev on the running system/LiveCD to your chroot environment if you want things to work right, especially if you need to run update-initramfs due to a driver change etc..)
*replace "path" with your mount/chroot path
mount -o bind /proc /mnt/path/proc
mount -o bind /dev/ mnt/pa........
I decided on using yum to help me decide even though I normaly use proftpd I decided to see what else I could find.
yum search ftp
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* rpmforge: ftp-stud.fht-esslingen.de
* base: mirrors.netdna.com
* updates: updates.interworx.info
* addons: yum.singlehop.com
* extras: mirrors.netdna.com
The dmg format is silly and annoying to work with, why couldn't Apple stick with the .iso standard? Anyway, there's an excellent Linux and Windows based tool to convert it back to a normal .iso Image called dmg2iso
I'll only cover theLinux version although the Windows pre-built binary works the same way.
Download dmg2iso here for free (from the author's website)
It's just silly and doesn't make sense that Ubuntu doe........