Nougat 7.0: the text recognizer could not be configured in the error of your device

I have a smartphone with stock ROM Android 7.0 (nougat). I use OCR applications very often to scan text documents. Previously, OCR used to work fine, but recently I noticed that any OCR application I use always shows The text recognizer could not be configured on your device error.

Why does this happen and how to fix it? Please help.

7 – Why d7_user_role needs a db connection configured when the migration group already defines it?

I just made a super basic import of user roles and I am trying to make a user import. Both are in the same migration group and the migration group has a password to specify which db is included in settings.php to use.

I can migrate and reverse the user_role import penalty, but as soon as I try to import the users, I get "Migration mysite_user did not meet the requirements, there is no database connection configured for the source plugin d7_user_role"

migrate_plus.migration_group.basic_migration.yml

uuid: 512c4248-7f60-4b08-9cc2-8d804657262c
langcode: in
state: true
dependencies: {}
id: basic_migration
Tag: basic_migration
Description: & # 39; Basic migrations & # 39;
font_type: & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
module: null
known_configuration
source:
key: legacy  

migrate_plus.migration.mysite_role.yml

uuid: 6e288181-f2fd-4e22-885e-02282cc4d222
langcode: in
state: true
dependencies: {}
id: mysite_role
class: null
field_plugin_method: null
cck_plugin_method: null
migration_tags:
- & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
- Configuration
migration_group: basic_migration
Tag: & # 39; Mysite Role & # 39;
source:
plugin: d7_user_role
process:
I.D:
-
plugin: machine_name
name of the source
-
plugin: user_update_8002
Label name
permissions:
-
plugin: static_map
source: permissions
bypass: true
Map:
& # 39; use PHP for block visibility & # 39 ;: & # 39; use PHP for configurations & # 39;
& # 39; Manage contact form throughout the site & # 39 ;: & # 39; Manage contact forms & # 39;
& # 39; Post comments without approval & # 39 ;: & # 39; omit approval comment & # 39;
& # 39; edit own blog posts & # 39 ;: & # 39; edit own blog content & # 39;
& # 39; edit any blog post & # 39 ;: & # 39; edit any blog content & # 39;
& # 39; Delete own blog posts & # 39 ;: & # 39; Remove content from own blogs & # 39;
& # 39; delete any blog post & # 39 ;: & # 39; delete any blog content & # 39;
& # 39; create forum topics & # 39 ;: & # 39; create forum content & # 39;
Remove any forum topic & # 39 ;: delete any forum content & # 39;
& # 39; delete the forum's own themes & # 39 ;: & # 39; delete the content of the forum itself & # 39;
& # 39; edit any forum topic & # 39 ;: & # 39; edit any forum content & # 39;
& # 39; edit the forum's own themes & # 39 ;: & # 39; edit the content of the forum itself & # 39;
-
plugin: flatten
Weight: weight
destination:
plugin: & # 39; entity: user_role & # 39;
dependency_migration: null

migrate_plus.migration.mysite_user.yml
uuid: bd0ef271-9c8f-40d7-9b65-8147e4cdda47
langcode: in
state: true
dependencies: {}
id: mysite_user
class: Drupal  user  Plugin  migrate  User
field_plugin_method: null
cck_plugin_method: null
migration_tags:
- & # 39; Drupal 7 & # 39;
- Content
migration_group: basic_migration
tag: & # 39; User Mysite & # 39;
source:
plugin: d7_user
process:
uid: uid
name name
pass: pass
mail: mail
created: created
Access: access
login: login
state: state
Time zone: time zone
langcode:
plugin: user_langcode
source language
fallback_to_site_default: false
preferred code_lang:
plugin: user_langcode
source language
fallback_to_site_default: true
preferred_admin_langcode:
plugin: user_langcode
source language
fallback_to_site_default: true
init: init
roles:
plugin: migration_lookup
migration: d7_user_role
Source: roles
user image:
-
plugin: default_value
Source: photo
default_value: null
-
plugin: migration_lookup
migration: d7_file
destination:
plugin: & # 39; entity: user & # 39;
dependency_migration:
necessary:
- d7_user_role
- mysite_role
Optional:
- d7_field_instance
- d7_file
- language
- default language
- user_picture_field_instance
- user_picture_entity_display
- user_picture_entity_form_display  

Any pointer where to start looking would be greatly appreciated.

domains: How do I identify the company that hosts my website when someone else configured the hosting?

Have you tried https://mxtoolbox.com/DNSLookup.aspx? Will look for A Y NS The @DocRoot records mentioned. It has several tools to help you look for more information. Look for the little hyperlinks along the middle of the page: run dns check first and then dns propogation. You must be able to find everything you need, including your hosting company.

You said you were not technical, so let me help you with some of the things you might see when searching for your domain.

the A the registries define the servers that physically host something: website, maybe email, etc. NS the records define which servers / providers are resolving their Internet name as example.com to an IP address (such as 10.1.1.1).

NS the records may actually point to a different company, but they would not have any content, except maybe your name and address to identify who is responsible for the domain. the A Y CNAME The records would be where your web pages reside.

If you see CNAME, act as an alias and point to your A records. You may see several records, but the only records you should keep in mind are the A records

authentication: ASP.Net OWIN Configured the cookie but the user was immediately disconnected

I have been having this problem for a couple of months. The problem is sporadic and difficult to reproduce, but I have managed to find a somewhat consistent way of doing it. I'm debugging and I see that as soon as I should redirect to / home / index, it goes to / account / logoff instead. If I do a local test, it will work with the first logon fine and then an error will occur if I use a different account. I set up CookieName and CookieSecure after seeing a couple of posts related to them. Although it did not seem to help.

                                app.UseCookieAuthentication (new CookieAuthenticationOptions
{
AuthenticationType = DefaultAuthenticationTypes.ApplicationCookie,
CookieManager = new SystemWebChunkingCookieManager (),
CookieName = "NewImprovedCookieName",
CookieSecure = CookieSecureOption.SameAsRequest,
LoginPath = new PathString ("/ Account / Login"),
LogoutPath = new PathString ("/ Account / LogOff"),
Provider = new CookieAuthenticationProvider
{
// Allows the application to validate the security seal when the user logs in.
// This is a security feature that is used when you change a password or add an external login to your account.
OnValidateIdentity =
SecurityStampValidator.OnValidateIdentity(
validateInterval: TimeSpan.FromMinutes (30),
regenerateIdentity: (administrator, user) => user.GenerateUserIdentityAsync (administrator))
}
});

The LogOff occurs right after this last line of code here.

Private ActionResult RedirectToLocal (string returnUrl)
{
if (Url.IsLocalUrl (returnUrl))
{
return Redirect (returnUrl);
}
return RedirectToAction ("Index", "Home");
}

I tried to update everything in the project to see if it was an error that was solved at some point (this was an old project), but nothing seemed to help.

Is there a way to solve this problem or should I consider migrating to .Net Core?

image: what file application should be configured in the file upload for a better user experience?

If your application has limitations in terms of file sizes and formats, yes, these should be transmitted to users so they can have a successful image load.

The generally accepted formats are JPG and PNG. Most mobile phones and webcams produce images in these formats. As such it is necessary to support at least these two. Show these formats in advance in the boot for users to understand.

What type of size is needed, that depends on the purposes of your application. To show property images, a very large size is not really necessary. A gallery image size of approximately 600px X 600px @ 96dpi should be enough (speaking of the minimum, says someone who works with images of professional properties all the time). It can vary and verify if users complain about low quality images to find out which is the minimum acceptable.

No, typical users do not know how to use special software to change the size of the images, nor are they willing to do so. It will be better to have the clipping functionality incorporated in your image loader. Once the user adjusts the best part of the image that will be displayed. The frame can be resized automatically to raise the limits.

Compliance: CIS 2.3.4.1 (L1) Make sure that & # 39; Devices: allowed to format and eject removable media & # 39; is configured as & # 39; Administrators and interactive users & # 39;

I am implementing CIS on Windows 10 1803 and I can not resolve this control.


Description:
This policy setting determines who has permission to format and eject removable NTFS media. You can use this policy setting to prevent unauthorized users from deleting data on one computer to access it on another computer on which they have local administrator privileges.
The recommended state for this configuration is: Administrators and Interactive Users.

Fundamental reason:
Users can move data on removable disks to a different computer where they have administrative privileges. The user could then take possession of any file, grant himself total control and view or modify any file. The fact that most removable storage devices eject media by pressing a mechanical button decreases the advantage of this policy setting.


For starters, I've never met anyone who does not have permission to eject and format removable media (assuming hard drives, USB drives, etc.).

But I'm even less sure why the control asks me to set it in "Administrators and interactive users" when the default is simply "Administrators".

CSC CIS Windows 1803:
The recommended state for this configuration is: Administrators and Interactive Users. The default value is Administrators only. Administrators and interactive users can format and eject removable NTFS media.

docs.microsoft:
It is recommended to set Permitted to format and eject removable media to Administrators. Only administrators can eject removable media in NTFS format.

Would this configuration also affect the software that manages USB devices, such as Checkpoint removable media encryption?

7 – getenv () returning empty strings when the variables are configured through MAMP

I'm using MAMP to run a local version of our Drupal project, but Drupal can not interact with its environment variables.

In MAMP, under the Apache tab I set this line as Additional parameters for directive.

SetEnv MY_URL http: // localhost: 3002 /

Inside page.tpl.php, I have this code

<a class = "my-link" href = ""target =" _ blank "> My link

However, when I inspect this link, the link is represented as My link.

Am I configuring the wrong variables in MAMP or am I not accessing them correctly in Drupal? Are there other completely different problems that make Drupal not read my variables?

Admin page Ajax-Admin add-on call returning 0, URL configured correctly. I implemented localized scripts but I did not solve them.

I am trying to send an Ajax call transfer to the source URL of a selected image from a WordPress Media Library to PHP on the configuration page of my add-on. When I click on save, I constantly find myself with "error, bad request". State 400 when I try to call my AJAX URL.

My AJAX URL is currently domain / wp-admin / admin-ajax.php, which in fact exists. I have tried to configure several types of data that the AJAX call should wait for, but I found the same error.

If I delete the part of the URL of the AJAX call in the javascript, it leads to the success function, but the parameter for success, "response" consists of the HTML of the page and not the data that I want to transfer.

The HTML

<img id = & # 39; image-preview & # 39; src = "http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/& # 39; height = & # 39; 100 & # 39;>
<input id = "upload_image_button" type = "button" class = "button" value = ""/> <input type = & # 39; hidden & # 39; name = & # 39; image_attachment_id & # 39; id = & # 39; image_attachment_id & # 39; value = & # 39;& # 39;>

Loading in Javascript through enques.

function enqueue_my_scripts () {

wp_enqueue_script (& # 39; media-library & # 39 ;, plugins_url (& # 39; /media-library.js&#39 ;, __FILE__), array (), & # 39; 1.0.0 & # 39 ;, true);

wp_localize_script (& # 39; media-library & # 39 ;, & # 39; my_ajax_object & # 39 ;, array (& # 39; ajax_url & # 39; => admin_url (& # 39; admin-ajax.php & # 39;)) );

}

add_action (& # 39; admin_enqueue_scripts & # 39 ;, & # 39; enqueue_my_scripts & # 39;);

The JavaScript that is called in the button click on ID & # 39; ed submitMediaButton

$ (& # 39; # saveMediaButton & # 39;). click on (function (e) {
e.preventDefault ();
$ .ajax ({
type: "POST",
data type: "html",
url: my_ajax_object.ajax_url,
data: {
image_attachment_id: document.getElementById ("image-preview"). getAttribute (& # 39; src & # 39;)
}
success: function (answer) {
var jsonData = answer;
console.log (answer);
console.log (document.getElementById ("image-preview"). getAttribute (& # 39; src & # 39;));
}
error: function (jqxhr, textStatus, errorThrown) {
console.log (my_ajax_object.ajax_url);
console.log (jqxhr);
console.log (textStatus);
console.log (errorThrown);
}
});
});

2Captcha Setup & Tested, but reporting & # 039; No recaptcha v2 solution configured & # 039;

19:23:26 [-] 02/47 registration failed (recaptcha resolution v2 has not been configured)

The error:

https://i.imgur.com/t0XAJlA.png

Executing a recaptcha test:

Campaign settings:

https://i.imgur.com/6Vp32G6.png

I'm not sure what's going on here, any help would be much appreciated.

Windows Server service accounts within the application group … why exactly the credentials must be configured in the old ones?

  1. Changed the password to a service account
  2. The password from a service account to the original was changed.
  3. A few days passed and some WSUS updates were installed.
  4. The server restarted at least twice.
  5. The IIS application groups for web services are failing.
  6. Change of application groups to LocalService accounts.
  7. Groups of applications changed to use the same credentials in one.
  8. IIS restarted using IISRESET
  9. Then the errors disappeared.

What happened here exactly why credentials should be established in the old ones?