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I know this is a super old question, but I thought this may help someone who may still be looking for the answer (like I was). I just took the risk and bought one of the new cages. I can confirm that the STB-3T4-E3-GP works just fine in the Stacker 810. You just attach the black rails that came with the 810 to the sides of the drive cage and it slides ...
I would recommend GhostScript: gs -sDEVICE=jpeg -r300x300 -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sOutputFile="image00.jpg" "input.pdf" r parameter is resolution gs -sDEVICE=jpeggray -r300x300 -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sOutputFile="image00.jpg" "input.pdf" This one is for grayscale output.
First, remember that PDFs are a programming language unto themselves. I can draw first at the bottom of the page (or screen), then at the top, then overlay something. That said, we use pdftotext for this very task, with some massaging of the output after. You might also be able to load it in either Google Docs, or even LibreOffice has PDF converters. ...
Just use a command line tool like pdftk or the PDFbox java library to postprocess the pdf. Here's an example to encrypt the file 1.pdf using pdftk, allowing the user to print the file (from the pdftk Server examples): pdftk 1.pdf output 1.128.pdf owner_pw foo user_pw baz allow printing The Apache PDFBox library comes with some command line tools. ...
I had the same problem and even ran md5 check which was successful, the problem was the order of the parameters in the command. Try this: hdiutil convert ubuntu-11.04-server-amd64.iso -format UDRW -o ubuntu.img
Your third quote is a typographic opening quote “ instead of a standard typewriter ". That could very well cause the problems you're experiencing, making Bash wait for you to enter a closing quote.
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