Magento 2: the imported resource (image) could not be downloaded from an external resource due to a timeout or access permissions

I'm trying to import a product with the help of a csv file into the local host of the wamp server, but a display error in the imported resource (image ) could not be downloaded from an external resource due to an expiration time or access permissions.
I'm adding product images in pub / media / import

plugins – Statiscal wordpress site using imported Excel tables

Hello and thank you to all who can share help.

I create a website containing many static table data from a game that I update daily.

I import the data and convert it into Excel tables, then I have to import Excel tables from the wordpress site. And here is my problem.
I want to import about 50,000 tables and once I have finished the html and css updates, just update them by simply importing the new Excel tables. I have reviewed WpDatatables and Tablepress but I am not convinced that they can handle the number of tables.
I've also looked at paid plugins like ipushpull and caspio, which seem a little exaggerated.
I am also open to the ideas that they will excel and directly convert the data.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Unapplied Tags in Imported Role Ansible

I have created a simple playbook Ansible:

---
- hosts: all

Tasks:
- name: Install Icinga2 on Windows
include_role:
name: my.icinga2.role
apply:
Keywords:
- install-icinga2

The role contains this task file:

---
- include_tasks: vars.yml
Keywords: ['always']

- include_tasks: install.yml
Keywords: ['install-icinga2-stack', 'install-icinga2']

- include_tasks: ido-install.yml
when: icinga2_ido_enable == true
Keywords: ['install-icinga2-stack', 'install-icinga2-ido']  

- include_tasks: configure.yml
Keywords: ['install-icinga2-stack']

[...]

Here is the result when I run the playbook:

me @ ansible: ~ / ansible $ ansible-playbook games / icinga2-client-win.yml -i staging.ini - neighboring windows


TO PLAY [all] ************************************************** ***********************************************

TASK [Gathering Facts] ************************************************** ************************************************ ** *****
D & # 39; agreement: [my.windows.client]

TASK [Include variables for Icinga 2] ************************************************** *****************************************
D & # 39; agreement: [my.windows.client]

TASK [set_fact] ************************************************** ************************************************ ** ************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [set_fact] ************************************************** ************************************************ ** ************
D & # 39; agreement: [my.windows.client]

TASK [Install Icinga2 Client and connect it to the master server] ************************************************** *************

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
included: /home/me/ansible/roles/internal/my.icinga2.role/tasks/vars.yml for my.windows.client

TASK [my.icinga2.role : Set default fact for mysql command] ************************************************** ***************
D & # 39; agreement: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : Set fact for mysql command if auth params are given] ************************************************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : Set Monitoring Plugins for old Debian Versions] ************************************************** ***
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
included: /home/me/ansible/roles/internal/my.icinga2.role/tasks/install.yml for my.windows.client

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
included: /home/me/ansible/roles/internal/my.icinga2.role/tasks/install-Windows.yml for my.windows.client

TASK [my.icinga2.role : set_fact] ************************************************** *****************************************
D & # 39; agreement: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : set_fact] ************************************************** *****************************************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : Install Icinga 2] ************************************************** **********************************
amended: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
jump: [my.windows.client]

TASK [my.icinga2.role : include_tasks] ************************************************** *************************************
included: /home/me/ansible/roles/internal/my.icinga2.role/tasks/configure.yml for my.windows.client

TASK [my.icinga2.role : Check if Icinga 2 API are already activated] ************************************************** ******
[ This should not be included! ]

RACE MANIPULATOR [my.icinga2.role : Restart Icinga2 on Windows] ************************************************** ************
to try again, use: --limit @ / home / me / ansible / plays / icinga2-client-win.retry

PLAY RECAP *********************************************** * ************************************************ ** ********************
my.windows.client: ok = 10 changed = 1 inaccessible = 0 failure = 1 

Why the configure.yml role task file is included because it should only be included if I apply the install-icinga2-stack tag and I apply the install-icinga2 a?

In addition, I realize that the Ido-install.yml role task file is not included just because the icinga2_ido_enable variable is not true in this playbook (and its default value is false), not because one of its tags is not applied (which should be what I want).

Or I'm wrong?

3D meshes – Unity 3D model imported with an offset mesh

I've therefore edited an image to help show the problem because showing the game itself is not an option:

enter the description of the image here

When I imported my model, it appears normally. However, when I put it in the scene, a duplicate of the mesh appears, on the left and in lower part (as illustrated in the image modified above) and normally, I ignore it. However, this causes problems with the camera, which makes it spin out of the model, and I guess that's because this mesh is the center of the model.

It's been a few years since I used Unity intermittently, but since all that time, this has never happened. Does it come from the way the model is imported or from a link with the model itself? All models in my game are 100% custom, there is no asset. I'm really not sure what caused this or how to fix it.

edit: The green mesh is not visible when the game is launched, you only see it in the editor.

Certificates – The self-signed signatures I've created for localhost are unreliable, even though I've already imported them into Chrome.

Certificate - Other name of the missing subject
The certificate of this site does not contain any object. Other name
extension containing a domain name or IP address.

This average:

  • the CN does not match Server name
  • And the X509v3 Subject Other name not too much field.
Certificate - missing
A valid trust certificate is missing from this site (net :: ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID).

This average:

The server could not be trusted because no valid certificate was provided …
Ok, that would be solved when the first mistake would be resolved!

Think of the means (IP address or DNS name) to connect your server:

https://228.929.123.46/

or

https://mydomain.example.com/
https://127.0.0.1/
https: // $ NOMHOTE /

You can create a certificate with

  • CN = 228.929.123.46 and add DNS.1 = mydomain.example.com DNS.2 = $ NAME DNS.3 = 127.0.0.1 DNS.4 = other.domain.org DNS.
  • CN = 127.0.0.1 and add DNS.1 = mydomain.example.com DNS.2 = $ NAME DNS.3 = 228.929.123.46 DNS.4 = other.domain.org DNS.

But if you're on the Internet, you'd better delete the invalid host names, localnet (192.168.x.x) and localip (127.x.x.x)!

  • CN = 228.929.123.46 and add DNS.1 = mydomain.example.com DNS.2 = Other DNS.domain.org.

And use only the DNS address or the public IP address to reach your server!

Take a look there,

So to see how to do that …

c # – How to apply a script to an imported OBJ file in the unit?

I am new to the unit

I've imported an OBJ model to which I've assigned materials

I want to run it with the mouse in the game

The script is:

using UnityEngine;

Public class MouseDragRotate: MonoBehaviour {
float rotationSpeed ​​= 0.2f;

void OnMouseDrag ()
{
float XaxisRotation = Input.GetAxis ("Mouse X") * rotationSpeed;
float YaxisRotation = Input.GetAxis ("Mouse Y") * rotationSpeed;
// select the axis by which you want to rotate the GameObject
transform.RotateAround (Vector3.down, XaxisRotation);
transform.RotateAround (Vector3.right, YaxisRotation);
}
}

Then I tried to apply a script for the rotation but add a component not found in the inspection menu

So I dragged it into the Hierarchy panel

It has been recreated

Then I applied materials again

Then I added the rotation script using add component. But when running the game in game mode, I can not rotate it

So I created a cube and a plan and applied the script

The script works perfectly for the cube and the plan but not for the imported objects

Help me, please

bitcoin core – When I use importmulti with an xprv, private keys are never imported. What am I doing wrong?

When I call:

bitcoin-cli getdavid

He returns:

{
"descriptor": "pkh (tpubDEuxqa8tiiuGKNJq6ft3nJwCw7r
"isrange": true,
"issolvable": true,
"hasprivatekeys": true
}

I then call:

bitcoin-cli importmulti & # 39;[{ "desc": "pkh(tpubDEuxqa8tiiuGKNJq6ft3nJwCw7rrWngmCDimPPYGQFMKJBhLpqPdtYT7fzuDbk1AppxRdYjzeUrLaVNQRP7EYghzLDBMguY2LHHHeHMtzhm/*)#0wkkha79", "timestamp": "now", "range": 100, "watchonly": false, "label": "Hot Storage", "keypool": false, "rescan": false }]& # 39;

He returns:

{
"success": true,
"Warnings": [
      "Some private keys are missing, outputs will be considered watchonly. If this is intentional, specify the watchonly flag."
    ]
  }

I import an xprv because I want to import the private keys, but they are always imported in standby mode only.

Why is it? Is it intentional?

Color Correction – Why is the JPEG file imported from my Canon Powershot G9X Mark II on a PC screen quite different from the one in the camera?

Examine the examples of attached images. I took them around 4:50 and 3:50, respectively. On the live screen of the Powershot camera, they were full of light.

utility vessel
enter the description of the image here

The photos were taken in JPEG format (yes, I should have turned that into RAW and understand the shadows later, but the screen told me that the shadows were fine, so I did not I'm not bored) IrfanView claims that the color space is sRGB and that there is no explicit setting for the color space in the camera. The laptop screen is IPS 8-bit 1920×1080 14 "(Lenovo Thinkpad L440) .I do not" import "the images in any application. Just copy the files with the help of the Wiindows explorer The operating system is Windows 7 64-bit, fully legal, pre-installed in OEM by Lenovo.

  • Consider the first picture. The shadows under the hull of the service ship were not confused with the color of the hull, which was in turn gray and whose details were easily visible. On the PC screen, it is very dark in this area, almost black. Then the trees in the background also lose details in the shadows on the PC.

  • Now consider the second picture. The change is not as dramatic as in the first case, but nevertheless, the entire photo is simply clearer on the camera screen, with seemingly better visibility in the dark areas as well as a slightly better contrast, and the water is brighter, more blue-gray. I love more water as it is displayed by the camera.

From where the following questions.

  1. Does a hidden conversion take place inside the camera before the image is displayed on the Live View screen? Note that there is no RAW file to process and display. The problem is with shooting in JPEG format only.
  2. Is the camera's screen built with a 10-bit panel or does it use another color space?
  3. Setting the photo settings for the next photo depending on how the Live View screen displays the result of the previous photo is the best way to find the appropriate settings for a particular photo.
  4. Can I see the same picture on the PC screen and if so, how?

P.S. The service ship is static at this point, so I can resume the photo as the discussion unfolds with the corrections applied.

Color Correction: JPEG images imported by Canon Powershot G9X Mark II differ significantly from those in the camera

Examine the examples of attached images. I took them around 4:50 and 3:50, respectively. On the live screen of the Powershot camera, they were full of light.

utility vessel
enter the description of the image here

The photos were taken in JPEG format (yes, I should have turned that into RAW and understand the shadows later, but the screen told me that the shadows were fine, so I did not I'm not bored) IrfanView claims that the color space is sRGB and that there is no explicit setting for the color space in the camera. The laptop screen is IPS 8-bit 1920×1080 14 "(Lenovo Thinkpad L440) .I do not" import "the images in any application. Just copy the files with the help of the Wiindows explorer The operating system is Windows 7 64-bit, fully legal, pre-installed in OEM by Lenovo.

  • Consider the first picture. The shadows under the hull of the service ship were not confused with the color of the hull, which was in turn gray and whose details were easily visible. On the PC screen, it is very dark in this area, almost black. Then the trees in the background also lose details in the shadows on the PC.

  • Now consider the second picture. The change is not as dramatic as in the first case, but nevertheless, the entire photo is simply clearer on the camera screen, with seemingly better visibility in the dark areas as well as a slightly better contrast, and the water is brighter, more blue-gray. I love more water as it is displayed by the camera.

From where the following questions.

  1. Does a hidden conversion take place inside the camera before the image is displayed on the Live View screen? Note that there is no RAW file to process and display. The problem is with shooting in JPEG format only.
  2. Is the camera's screen built with a 10-bit panel or does it use another color space?
  3. Setting the photo settings for the next photo depending on how the Live View screen displays the result of the previous photo is the best way to find the appropriate settings for a particular photo.
  4. Can I see the same picture on the PC screen and if so, how?

P.S. The service ship is static at this point, so I can resume the photo as the discussion unfolds with the corrections applied.

Have imported publications (demo) added to titles?

I've imported publications and the XML file itself contains the correct publication titles, but after importing all the titles, "(Demo)" was added at the end of each title, category and label?