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Ezekiel Moore
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How Lens 5 Can Boost Your Productivity and Collaboration with Kubernetes

I want to install a previous, specific version of k8slens ( ) but impossible for me to find this (neither for mac nor windows !) Do I have to download the source code and rebuild it? Even with this there is no "install" section in the makefile !Why is it so difficult to find a specific version?

The question was made some time ago but just in case you haven't reached the answer yet, One thing I did to solve this problem was that i went to the lens repo : and search through the old release versions seeking for a binary asset (.exe) (the news version provide the source code but not the binary) then i managed to find the binary of the version 4.2.3. ( release in Apr 26, 2021)

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Accessing clusters through Spaces is simpler and faster than using Lens to browse for a local kubeconfig, or cutting and pasting one (the normal way to tell Lens how to connect with a new cluster). But the effect is the same: you enjoy exactly the same (or a customizable subset of) access privileges (and restrictions) an administrator would normally set up for you using RBAC and roles and access control (which still govern your access). But you can access clusters without searching for, downloading, emailing, or otherwise fiddling with kubeconfigs (or with port forwarding, tunneling, VPNs, or other complications required for secure networking).

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You don't need to download the Lens app from the Google Play Store to use the tool on Android, but it's still a good idea for simplicity. Downloading the app is recommended for users who want to access Lens straight from their homescreen. If you'd rather use integrated Lens options in other apps, read on to discover the best ways.

This option isn't different from downloading the Google Lens app, but the Google app has additional features that are great for Google enthusiasts. The Google Lens option can also be found in the Google Chrome app's search bar.

Note-1: Firmware update for the camera is required to enable this function. Make sure to update the camera firmware to the latest firmware before updating the lens firmware. List of Compatible Cameras

1) Download the Lens Manager software for your computer's operating system by clicking the "Lens Station Software" button on the top of this page. The Lens Manager is branded Samyang, but works for Rokinon and Samyang AF lenses.

2) Download the firmware update for your lens from the "AF Lens Firmware Updates" button on the top of this page. Keep note where the file is downloaded to on your computer, this will help when loading the firmware onto the lens.

Please Note: Make sure the firmware you downloaded is for your EXACT Focal Length, Maximum Aperture, and Lens Mount of your lens, uploading the wrong firmware to your lens can damage it.

5) Open the Lens Manager and select "Lens Conn." on the right side of the Lens Manager. The Lens Manager will now show the information of the connected lens.

Please note, if the lens has the latest firmware then the Len Manager will not read the loaded firmware and will ask you to select the latest firmware. This means you do not need to proceed any further and your lens has the latest firmware.7) Press the "Update" button shown on the bottom of the Lens Manager. The update process can take a couple of minutes, and must not be interrupted in any way. When updating from a laptop please use a fully charged battery or AC adapter.Do not remove the lens, perform other actions on your computer, or turn off your computer.8) Once the update is complete close the Lens Manager and then disconnect the lens.

Background: Microbial corneal infection is the most serious complication of contact lens wear. Contact lens cases are a recognised potential source of pathogens associated with corneal ulcers.

Methods: This survey established the incidence of protozoal, bacterial, and fungal contact lens case contamination in 101 asymptomatic daily wear cosmetic contact lens wearers from a domiciliary contact lens practice.

Results: Eighty two (81%) contact lens cases were found to be contaminated, with 19 (19%) sterile. Of all contact lens cases, 78 (77%) grew bacteria, 24 (24%) fungi, and 20 (20%) protozoa. Acanthamoeba spp were isolated from eight (8%) contact lens cases. Fifty six (55%) contact lens cases yielded mixed bacterial contamination. This is the first contact lens case survey in which hydrogen peroxide disinfection was the major method of contact lens disinfection (75% of subjects) and no home made saline was used. All the contaminating organisms were shown to possess the enzyme catalase that breaks down hydrogen peroxide to oxygen and water. The polymicrobial nature of the biofilms found in many contact lens cases is illustrated electron micrographically.

Conclusion: Based on data from this and previous studies, the authors conclude with recommendations for contact lens wearers: (1) regular scrubbing of contact lens case interior to disrupt biofilms; (2) exposure of contact lens case to very hot water (> or = 70 degrees C) will kill Acanthamoeba contaminants; (3) allow contact lens case to air dry between uses; (4) if hydrogen peroxide disinfection is preferred, use a two step system; (5) replace contact lens case regularly.

Office Lens for Windows 10 is no longer available for download from the Microsoft Store as of January 1, 2021. To continue to enjoy all Office Lens features, we recommend downloading and using the latest version of Microsoft Lens for iOS or Microsoft Lens for Android on your mobile device.

EN5MP series is a series of high resolution fixed focal length lenses designed for use in machine vision applications. A wide range of focal lengths provides more choices of field of view and working distance for many different system configurations.

Together with high resolution cameras and proper illumination, EN5MP lenses allow you to design high resolution vision systems to solve complex or critical tasks. E.g. OCR/OCV, robot guidance...etc. and for the inspection of critical samples like connectors, electronic components, vials...etc.

A single webtool for creating custom frame lines for ARRI cameras and for checking how different lenses illuminate different ARRI sensor sizes, recording formats, target aspect ratios and framelines. Please delete your browser cache from time to time to ensure the full functionality of the tool.

Biconvex lenses are all symmetrical, having equal radii on both sides. They are recommended for virtual imaging of real objects, and for positive conjugate ratios from 0.2 up to 5. Outside of this ratios range plano-convex lenses are usually more suitable. Biconvex lenses are used as magnifiers, objectives, some condensing systems.

Seeking permission? If you are interested in obtaining permission to use MovieLens datasets, please first read the terms of use that are included in the README file. Then, please fill out this form to request use. We typically do not permit public redistribution (see Kaggle for an alternative download location if you are concerned about availability).

These datasets will change over time, and are not appropriate for reporting research results. We will keep the download links stable for automated downloads. We will not archive or make available previously released versions.

Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and the Camera Raw plug-in include numerous lens profiles, which you can use to correct common lens aberrations such as barrel and pincushion geometric distortion. Most lens profiles also correct for vignette, where the corners of an image appear darker than the rest of an image. See below for tips to work with lens profiles, as well as a list of the lens profiles that are currently included with Adobe products.

Just a guess: I think a more important reason to keep them separated by user is that different users of a computer might have different sets of camera equipment, including different versions of the same model lens, and therefore would want to avoid conflicts with what other users need.

Yes, but the location of the actual lens profiles is not something the average user should be accessing. They are effectively a type of PhotoLab system file and should remain under the covers to protect them from less knowledgeable computer users. Any knowledgeable computer user who believes they have a legitimate need to access them can find them if they want to.

This package comes "Batteries Included" with many useful lenses for the typescommonly used from the Haskell Platform, and with tools for automaticallygenerating lenses and isomorphisms for user-supplied data types.

What is provided in this library is a number of stock lenses and traversals forcommon haskell types, a wide array of combinators for working them, and moreexotic functionality, (e.g. getters, setters, indexed folds, isomorphisms).

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