kandi X-RAY | Autoinstall Summary
kandi X-RAY | Autoinstall Summary
免root自动安装APK 采用辅助AccessibilityService实现辅助安装功能 兼容市场98%的机型 是你免安装的首选.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Creates the initial install button
- Install apk file
- Copy apk from assets
- Is accessibility settings enabled?
- Handle accessibility event
- Close installed uinstalled UI
- Performs auto install
- Process accessibility event
- Read a bitmap file
- Reads a bitmap file
- Replaces the supplied bitmap with the specified color
- Convert a drawable to a Bitmap
- Save a JPEG bitmap to a file
- Save bitmap to file
- Get status bar height
- Gets the screen height
- Get Bitmap from file path
- Show toast
Autoinstall Key Features
Autoinstall Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Autoinstall
Working with Ubuntu 20.04, Packer and vSphere, I am having issues getting the autoinstall to work correctly. It will load and enter the autoinstall command in the boot options section, and when it processes I see it determine the network but afterwards it boots like a normal install and prompts for user interaction.
I have verified that I can reach the User-Data file from the browser and it exists, and that it is correctly typing in the command as I watch it in the vSphere view.
- is the boot command correct? (I have tried a variety of options after some time googling all the same results)
- Is there a parameter I am missing to override the GUI?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 21:48
I was able to resolve this, by reconfiguring the networking on the VM host and the script.
The HTTP_Directory that is published by packer was not able to communicate with the VM, there were no notable errors that I had scene only the bypassing to the GUI for installation.
I've this script compiled through Parcel:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-07 at 22:19
build.js file replace the
target option with
web instead of
UPDATE: I actually found a better solution to your problem as you may need to use the right target at some time in your application. See below:
The issue is that
nodeIntegration isn't enabled on your
BrowserWindow although you specified it in the options. This is because
contextIsolation is on by default and those two options cannot work together. Adding
contextIsolation: false inside
webPreferences when building your window should also fix your issue while keeping the parcel target to
I would like to run
chromedriver_autoinstaller. I follow example here: https://pypi.org/project/chromedriver-autoinstaller/
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-20 at 14:42
This error message...
The OpenBSD installer prompts the user whether to (I)install (U)pdate (A)utoinstall or (S)hell. If one selects the AutoInstall then the user is prompted for a URL where the install.conf file is located. Since I'm going to deploy a cluster of similar machines (physical and virtual) I would like to capture my installation choices from the console and then use those results to deploy all +1 instances. I've tried
expect but it captures everything and creates HUGE files that do not resemble the examples. I would have thought that the installer would have created that file for the +1 as well as creating a record of the installation.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-05 at 01:26
From the "Creating an installation response/answer file" section on this page: https://www.codemadness.org/openbsd-autoinstall.html:
The installer supports loading responses to the installation/upgrade questions from a simple text file. We can do a regular installation and copy the answers from the saved file to make an automated version of it.
Do a test installation, at the end of the installation or upgrade when asked the question:
I have a laptop with a 1060 GPU which has Ubuntu 20.04 set up. I've had nvidia-driver-460 + cuda 11.2 installed and working until today. I tried to install ROS today and after adding sources and keys following this link, it didn't allow me to install ROS saying some packages have
unmet dependencies. After that I issued a
apt autoremove and this removed the nvidia driver and cuda.
I still cannot install ROS and now trying to do
apt install nvidia-driver-460 gives me
unmet dependencies as well. Here's the output of
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall which is similar to the
apt install command output
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 21:40
restricted repository and the security updates:
I have a C# windows application which is related to products. In my application we fetch the date when the product is added to the inventory. Based on the
AddDate of the product, we get the age of the product in months.
Let's say the age of a product is 25 months....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 15:42
Not sure if your core logic really represents 'application' data, or product data, but I'll keep the proc name as 'getProductData'. Here's what it does:
- First, in the 'monthYears' CTE, I get the product-add-date for the application and create month and year bins that spread from the add date to the present date. This is the only 'looping' I do. Otherwise, the healthier approach is to use set-theoretical operations available in SQL Server, which are much more efficient.
- Then, in the 'productInstalls' CTE, I take your logic, omit the month and year filters, and instead group by month and year to get them all at once.
- I do the same for your application installs logic in the 'applicationInstalls' CTE.
- Finally, I join it all together by year and month in the core query.
Here's the code:
I am using ubuntu 18.04 (I have dual booted windows with ubuntu 18.04)....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-09 at 15:33
Your driver installation is fine, but your GPU is 11 years old and does not support some of the more recent features of the OpenCL standard. The geekbench error message
-40 means that the image size geekbench uses for one of its benchmarks is not supported by your GPU. This causes the benchmark to crash. Maybe an older version of geekbench still works.
This is not a repost of
I am using Linux and creating a new profile is not an option. I want to load an existing profile (not create a new one) just like selenium gui can.
I am able to get chromium to function, but not google chrome. Chrome will open but will kick back an...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-03 at 13:43
A common cause for Chrome to crash during startup is running Chrome as
administrator) on Linux. While it is possible to work around this issue by passing
--no-sandboxflag when creating your WebDriver session, such a configuration is unsupported and highly discouraged. You need to configure your environment to run Chrome as a regular user instead.
This error message...
I'm trying to deploy a GitHub Probot App (NodeJS application) to my webserver running Plesk
18.0.27 U1 with the NodeJS Extension
1.3.6-117. When running the probot app on my local machine, the app starts just fine and is accessible via localhost.
Plesk is apparently using the Phusion Passenger application server to serve NodeJS apps.
When accessing the deployed website, I get the following errror:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-31 at 00:31
After long research I figured it out myself. Posting my solution in case anyone is dealing with the same problem.
Setting the passenger log level. You can put
passenger_log_level 7in your nginx configuration
I started the app as a standalone passenger server and got the actual application stdout output. Example:
cdin your node app root-folder and run
passenger start --startup-file lib/startup.js --nodejs /opt/plesk/node/12/bin/node --log-level 3 --app-type node.
At this point I saw the module
Probot couldn't be found in my above mentioned startup script. So I dug a little deeper how a probot app is actually started and stumbled upon the
probot run command. By default a probot app isn't run with
node ./lib/index.js but
probot run ./lib/index.js.
- Using a custom passenger app start command. I added the nginx option
passenger_app_start_command "/opt/plesk/node/12/bin/npm start";to set the custom start command to use the
probot runcommand defined in the
package.jsonstart script instead of the default
node ./lib/startup.jsfrom passenger
I learned a lot about these tools and hope this will save someones weekend :D
Recently I've gotten Cloud-Init to work by mounting my config in an image. This is all fine, it works. If I break the config, it tells me. What it doesn't tell me is why I'm not allowed to log on.
What I've tried is creating my own password using
echo possible | mkpasswd -m sha-512 -s and by copying the example found on the quickstart page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FoundationsTeam/AutomatedServerInstalls/QuickStart
Neither work. I've tried setting a custom username too. Doesn't change anything. The default
ubuntu:ubuntu is also unavailable. Neither is ubuntu and blank.
What I'm using:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-18 at 08:47
I'm facing the very same issue. By using the shell during the installation process, I see that no users are created, hence we cannot log in after the reboot. I don't know why, either a bug in subiquity or a lack of documentation about how to use it properly. Neverteless, I was able to create an user using this trick in my autoinstall file:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Autoinstall like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Autoinstall component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
Reuse Trending Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter for trending solutions and developer bootcamps
Share this Page