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Neither of those options are correct, because both will simply take the .ISO and burn it to the disk as if it were a regular file. You need to burn as an image. Fortunately this is very easy in Windows 7; just right click the file and select "Burn Disk Image" as shown below: As others have said, the latest version of Ubuntu will not fit into a CD so you ...


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I believe that this might be as issue with firewall or due to routing or restriction in routing. To check disable the iptables in Debian using the command below and verify whether you are able to access the youtube. sudo ufw disable Note : Also try to pinging youtube from terminal and check whether you are getting success ping.


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For NFS: check if NFS server is running (run showmount -e on server - You should see list of nfs-exported folders); try mounting folders on the server itself via nfs (loopback using mount -t nfs); check firewalls on both machines; check /proc/filesystems on client if nfs (or nfs4) is supported. There are a few versions of NFS: NFSv2 (rarely seen, ...


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There a few things that make things appear as they are. Correct me if I got something wrong: HyperThreading appears as two additional cores on your dual-core CPU but will not act as real cores. HT will give you a maximum of 30% performance gain and 10% in real world applications. Full load on your Windows host will never show 100% load on each logical CPU ...


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SSLCertificateKeyFile is the most important part of SSL. SSLCertificateKeyFile is used to encrypt the data you send to Mr Smith's browser as he points it to your address. Mr Smith's browser uses SSLCertificateFile to decrypt the traffic, so it needs to exactly match SSLCertificateKeyFile (secondly, Smith uses it to prevent man-in-the-middle attack, but ...


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The lifespan of SSD drives is only impacted by writes (as this causes memory cells to be reorganized and rewritten); for subsequent reads, your tags file is probably cached by your operating system in RAM, anyway. If you're using anything except first generation hardware, I don't think you need to worry about this. The disks have advanced wear-leveling ...



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