Print – Ghost printer in the print dialog box, but not in the printer control panel

I have a strange problem with ghost printers that seems to be different from what others have asked for. In my case, the ghost printer is only shown in the print dialog box. The printer is only called "print" and does not accept jobs. However, when I go to the printer control panel, everything looks normal.

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I am using Ubuntu 19.10.

The most commented VPS offers / posts in March! – Low end box

Low end box and low end talk are really going uphill. Traffic for low end box increased by 35% compared to March 2019 and for low end talk by 15% compared to the previous year. A few weeks ago we published the first "The State of Low End Box and Low End Conversation", in which many of the improvements we make on our websites and in our community have been discussed in detail. If you haven't read the list yet, please take a moment to look at it!

March 2020 was a great month and we look forward to much more in April 2020 and beyond. Interviews, surveys, further tutorials and more will appear in April in addition to our standard offers. We also have a number of great deals planned for April for unique locations, NVMe storage and large RAM.

A brief overview of the most commented on low-end boxing deals in March 2020. Check them out below:

Views – How do I grant access rights for custom text box plugins?

I want to give the custom text field handler access permissions in views to display the field based on the user permissions.

This is my custom view field handler referenced: https://www.webomelette.com/creating-custom-views-field-drupal-8

This is my custom link = & # 39; / group / {{raw_arguments.gid}} / admin / title / {{nid}} / assets & # 39; which uses the argument value from the Replacements pattern.

 public function render(ResultRow $values) {
    $path = $this->options('alter')('path');
    $url = Url::fromUserInput($path);    
    //kint(get_defined_vars());exit;
   //return ViewsRenderPipelineMarkup::create(Xss::filterAdmin($this->options('link_title')));
    $url = Url::fromUserInput($path);
    if($url->access(Drupal::currentUser())) {
      return ViewsRenderPipelineMarkup::create(Xss::filterAdmin($this->options('link_title')));
    //return Link::fromTextAndUrl($this->options('link_title'), Url::fromUserInput($path, $options))->toString();

    }
  }.

Output is shown in the code above, but access permission cannot be verified due to a custom argument that could not determine the actual URL path

Hooks – How to give access permissions for custom text box plugins in Drupal 8 views

I want to give the custom text field handler access permissions in views to display the field based on the user permissions.

This is my custom view field handler referenced: https://www.webomelette.com/creating-custom-views-field-drupal-8

This is my custom link = & # 39; / group / {{raw_arguments.gid}} / admin / title / {{nid}} / assets & # 39; which uses the argument value from the Replacements pattern.

 public function render(ResultRow $values) {
    $path = $this->options('alter')('path');
    $url = Url::fromUserInput($path);    
    //kint(get_defined_vars());exit;
   //return ViewsRenderPipelineMarkup::create(Xss::filterAdmin($this->options('link_title')));
    $url = Url::fromUserInput($path);
    if($url->access(Drupal::currentUser())) {
      return ViewsRenderPipelineMarkup::create(Xss::filterAdmin($this->options('link_title')));
    //return Link::fromTextAndUrl($this->options('link_title'), Url::fromUserInput($path, $options))->toString();

    }
  }.

Output is shown in the code above, but access permission cannot be verified due to a custom argument that could not determine the actual URL path

ServerCheap.NET – 1 GB VPS from USD 2 / month up to 4 GB VPS for USD 7.99 / month – low-end box

ServerCheap.NET's Josh is back with a new exclusive offering for low-end box readers! This is the third time ServerCheap has been released on Low End Box, the first time in October 2016 and then again in January 2018. It is great to see ServerCheap has been available for a few years now and we are happy that it is a success to have .

Your WHOIS is public and your ToS / Legal Docs can be viewed. You accept PayPal, credit card and Bitcoin.

You are a registered company in the US state of Illinois and can be checked on the website of the US state.

Here's what they had to say:

"We are a fairly new company founded in 2016 with offices in Chicago and offices in Chicago and Los Angeles. Our goal is to provide high quality virtual KVM servers at a very reasonable and affordable price. We try to do this by owning our hardware and IP assignments. We have been featured on LEB several times with very positive feedback in the past and even have customers from our first LEB offer from 2016."

The exclusive offers for our shared hosting offers are as follows:

VPS 1 GB RAM

  • 1 GB RAM
  • 30 GB SSD
  • 1 CPU core
  • Unmeasured network
  • $ 2 / month
  • [ORDER]

VPS 2 GB RAM

  • 2 GB RAM
  • 60 GB SSD
  • 2 CPU core
  • Unmeasured network
  • $ 3.99 / month
  • [ORDER]

VPS 4 GB RAM

  • 4 GB RAM
  • 100 GB SSD
  • 4 CPU core
  • Unmeasured network
  • $ 7.99 / month
  • [ORDER]

Network and hardware information after the break!

If you are a current or past customer, please leave your comments for others.

Data Center Information:

Data Center Name – Coresite CH1 Chicago, IL

Test IPv4: 162.212.159.1

Test IPv6: 2607: 9000: 0: 35 :: 293e: e032

Hardware node:

  • Mix of Dual E5-26xx v1, v2, v3 series
  • 256 GB RAM
  • Samsung SSDs with 8 x 2 TB
  • LSI MegaRAID hardware RAID10

Please let us know if you have any questions / comments and enjoy!

Current VPS and dedicated server offerings that we liked best – low-end box

At regular intervals we publish a quick overview of the latest offers that we thought were unique, interesting and just cool and that deserve a little more attention. Our main focus here is on giving our users a second chance at offers from reliable, proven providers that offer convincing value.

In this first edition of the overview of the recently introduced VPS offers that we liked the most, we focus on 4 offers:

OVHcloud – 2 GB KVM VPS in Australia and Singapore with DDOS protection for $ 3.35 / month!

Who doesn't like 2 GB KVM VPS under $ 4 / month in Australia or Sinapore with DDOS protection? The OVHcloud offer was excellent!

RackNerd – New product line! Shared & reseller hosting! Together with KVM plans at flash sales prices!

Exciting RackNerd services at affordable prices from a community-based company.

Server Mania – LEB Exclusive – E3-1240v3 Dedicated servers from USD 39 / month

In business for more than a decade and has served tens of thousands of customers during this time. Reliable and reliable.

Sweden committed – KVM VPS offer from € 2.5 / month!

One of the leading hosting providers in Sweden with an exciting KVM VPS offer at a great price.

Why we like these four offers:

  1. All are from reputable providers
  2. All four offers are attractively priced in relation to their service offerings
  3. The services offered are of the highest quality

If you are a customer of OVHcloud, RackNerd, Server Mania or Sweden Dedicated, we would appreciate your feedback and thoughts in the comments below.

Bridge – Bridged Virtual Box VAGRANT network and port forwarding

Hey guys, I'm having serious problems forwarding my port 5060. I've been here for 1 week 🙁
The problem is that I don't want to forward port 5060 in my bridge network in nature, so of course I did

  config.vm.network "public_network", :bridge => "Realtek PCIe 2.5GbE Family Controller", :ip => "192.168.1.117" 

##### STANDARD ROUTER

config.vm.provision "shell",
run: "always",
inline: "route add default gw 192.168.1.254"

config.vm.provision "shell",
run: "always",
inline: "eval `route -n | awk '{ if ($8 =="eth0" && $2 != "0.0.0.0") print "route del default gw " $2; }'`"

config.vm.network "forwarded_port",: adapter => 2, guest: 5060, host: 5060, protocol: "udp"

Then when I do Vagrant Reload, I have this

    default: VirtualBox adapter #2 not configured as "NAT". Skipping port

I did the port forwarding in my router as follows: 192.168.1.117 / UDP / ALL IP / 5060/5060
and still when I try to check the open port over the internet it says the port is closed

7 – How to hide the text box in a view only for certain content types

I have a search results view with different content types and I want to display the text box (cropped) for some content types but no text for other content types. Since they all use the same text box, I would have to exclude the text box from displaying on the content types that I don't want to see them on.

I'm currently doing this with Views Rewrite results and CSS. I add and exclude the content type field. Then I add the text box. Under Rewriting Results, I rewrite the body field output as follows:

(body)

I then hide the content type bodies that I don't want to see with CSS:

span.search-body-MY-TYPE1,
span.search-body-MY-TYPE2 {
  display: none;
}

This works "visually", but the class and the cropped body will continue to be rendered in HTML. Is there a better way to do this with one maybe views_pre_render Hook?

(I'm completely inexperienced with PHP.)

Malware – avast detected a virus during the Kali installation on a virtual box. How is that possible?

I installed kaly on a virtual box, on a W7 host, and during the upgrade / installation package avast found two threats, especially on a Mimikaz package.
The question is, how can avast "see" through the VM?

The package stops a bit on the host before it goes into the VM?
I always thought that 2 environments were isolated and separated.
I downloaded Kali from the official website
Thanks for your guesses.