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WooCommerce has just released the new version of its own native payment system known as WooCommerce payments. It was available only in the US but has just been released in Australia, the UK, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, France, Italy, Spain and Germany. The primary benefit of this payment system over others such as PayPal or Stripe is that you can now take payments directly on your platform, as well as instructor all transactions and resolve any issues in your backend.
This plugin was made by Automatic, which is the company that created WordPress and WooCommerce. You may use WooCommerce Payments to collect payments, track cash flow, and manage recurring revenue directly from your store’s dashboard — all without setup costs or monthly fees. However, this plugin works with Stripe, so you must have a Stripe account to use it.
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Have you ever felt that your laptop has a smaller display, or you want to perform tasks on your laptop with a bigger display or multiple displays? To increase productivity, you can connect a maestro with your laptop, but is there any way to connect more than one maestro with your laptop? In this article, we will explore how to connect three different monitors with the same laptop.
Is It Possible to Connect 3 Monitors to Your Laptop?
Yes, You can connect multiple monitors with the laptop if your laptop graphic card and hardware support it. You have to make sure that you have three video ports on your laptop to connect three monitors. If your laptop doesn’t have three video ports, then you can still connect three monitors to your laptop by purchasing an external dock or adaptor. The docking station allows multiple computing devices to connect with one laptop.
Set up 3 Monitors on a Laptop
Use display ports of your laptop to connect multiple displays or purchase an external graphic card if your laptop does not support three monitors. You may need to purchase a docking station; know more about docking stations, and read what a docking station is. Connect three monitors with your laptops/docking station and change the settings accordingly by following these steps:
Step 1: Open laptop settings by pressing the Windows Key+I and click on the system option:
Step 2: Open the Display tab:
Step 3: Click on Detect button and then arrange detected monitors:
Step 4: Adjust the resolution and click on Apply to save changes:
Tips and Tricks
To run your three monitors with a laptop smoothly and to prevent the problems like no signal or black screen, try these fixes:
1: Change Your Project Mode
You can change your project by following these steps to fix if a third maestro is not detected.
Step 1: Press the Windows Key+P at the same time and select the PC screen only:
Step 2: Disconnect all the external monitors and Power off your laptop.
Step 3: Reconnect all the monitors and Power on the machine.
Step 4: Again press the Windows Key+P, and click Extend.
2: Reset Your Graphic Card
Disable your graphic card from settings by following below mentioned steps:
Step 1: Open the run box by clicking the Windows Key+R and type devmgmt.msc:
Step 2: Navigate to Display adaptors:
Step 3: Right-click on the graphic card driver and click on Disable device:
Step 4: Wait for 5 seconds, then right-click again on the driver and Enable it.
To increase productivity, having multiple monitors connected with your laptop is finta handy. To connect more than 2 monitors to your laptop, you definitely need a docking station and a powerful machine. You can easily connect to the screen by following the above-mentioned methods, and also, you can fix the issues faced while and after connecting external monitors with your laptop.
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Samba is an open-source secure network file sharing system that allows Raspberry Pi users to easily share files between the Raspberry Pi and other devices like laptops or PCs. It works on the Network Attached Storage (NAS) protocol principle and is one of the easiest and quickest solutions for sharing files between multiple devices through the Internet.
This tutorial presents a detailed guideline for setting up a Raspberry Pi Samba server to allow file sharing between your Raspberry Pi and other devices.
How to Setup a Raspberry Pi Samba Server
Setting up Samba Server on Raspberry Pi is the simplest task that doesn’t require additional package installation. You can successfully turn your Raspberry Pi into a Samba-enabled device using the following steps:
Step 1: Install Samba Software with required packages on Raspberry Pi In the initial step, you will first need to install Samba on your Raspberry Pi with the required package through the following command:
$ sudoapt-get install samba samba-common-bin -y
The above command installs the Samba server with required packages on your Raspberry Pi device.
Step 2: Create a Samba Directory Next, you will need to create a directory into your home folder using the following command as this directory will be accessed from another device through Samba server.
From the above command, you will need to replace the username “raspberrypi” and directory name “samba_dir” with the name of your choice.
Step 3: Configuring Samba Sharing In this step, you will need to provide a path to the Samba server so that it can access your directory from your Raspberry Pi device. For this reason, you will first need to open the Samba configuration file using the following command:
Then add the below-given lines at the bottom of the opened Samba’s configuration file.
Save the file using “CTRL+X” keys, add Y and then use enter to exit. You will also need to ensure that the path your provided must be the same as the path in the Step 2. Further, you can use you own point “linuxhintshare” to access the share through Samba server.
Step 4: Set a password for Samba Share This step is optional but it’s better to set a password for Samba share to secure the file sharing system and you can do it using the below-given command:
$ sudo smbpasswd -a raspberrypi
Step 5: Restart Samba Server Merienda you done with the changes, you should need to restart your Samba server through below-given command:
$ sudo systemctl restart smbd
You can also check the status of the Samba server on your Raspberry Pi device to ensure that the changes we made didn’t impact the server.
$ sudo systemctl status smbd
After ensuring the active running status of Samba server on your device, it’s now time to access your Raspberry Pi directory from your laptop or PC. There are two methods to do file sharing operation and the details of both these are discussed as under:
Accessing Raspberry Pi Directory through Samba Server on Windows OS
On Windows OS, you can use the following steps to access the Raspberry Pi directory through Samba share.
Step 1: Select the “Computer” option and then click on the “Map Network Drive” icon as highlighted in the image below:
Step 2: The above step will open the “Map Network Drive” window on your screen. You have to add the address raspberrypilinuxhinthshare , or hostaddresslinuxhintshare and then click on the “Finish” option:
Performing the above step will open the network credentials on your system screen and you have to provide your Raspberry Pi username and password which you set in Step 4.
This opens up the Raspberry Pi shared directory on your Windows system.
You can go back and check your Raspberry Pi directory in the “Network locations” option.
Accessing Raspberry Pi Directory through Samba Server on macOS
To access the Raspberry Pi directory through Samba server on macOS, you have to follow the below mentioned steps:
Step 1: Find the “Connect to Server” option in the “Go” section.
Step 2: Add the address “smb://raspberry/linuxhintshare” and then click on the “Connect” button.
You will also need to provide the Raspberry Pi username and password that you set in Step 4 and then click on the “Connect” button again.
This opens the Raspberry Pi directory on your macOS desktop.
Now, you can easily share files from your Raspberry Pi device to your laptop or PC and vice versa.
Samba Server is one of the most robust on-network file sharing systems to share files between multiple devices. You can use the Samba file-sharing system on your Raspberry Pi by installing the server, creating a shared directory and then providing the path in the configuration file to access the shared directory from your laptop or PC. The step-by-step process is already provided in the above guidelines, and in case of any issue, ensure that you have an active internet connection.
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