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accepted ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
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comment ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Nevermind, found the answer to that :/ Thank you anyway !
Jul
15
comment ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Hi stephen! I've got into my BIOS in order to check if I have there anything related to virtualization but I couldn't find anyhthing. Anyway at Edit #1 you can see my system's details. Could you tell if it's a compatible one? How/Where do I check that? I'm totally lost in this area.. Thanks a lot!
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revised ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
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asked ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Dec
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
@Arjan How do I tell, then, to the mothership that I prefer to be an orphan? (: ......... It's about company's data security, the problem is that nowhere I could find it says exactly WHAT is being transmitted to google.
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
+1 Believe me I'm 1cm from firing up Wireshark and analayzing the data =)
Dec
27
comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
@Andrejs you're missing the point - it's not an argue but a discussion. OBVIOUSLY I CAN SIMPLY STOP USING CHROME! If it's not clear then - I'd like to know what these "transparent" connections are and what information they send out. Then I'll be able to choose if I want to keep using Chrome or not. Kapish?
Dec
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
Aw - and it surely has nothing to do with syncing with google in relation to bookmarks etc', as this is clearly no activated at the Options dialog of Chrome (it clearly states it).
Dec
27
comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
As for reading the small print in the license agreement - could you point specifically? Because - THIS LOOKS LIKE A SPYWARE ACTIVITY.
Dec
27
comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
@Randolph thanks for the reply! As I've just added "Edit #1" you can read that I've turned off all "advance" features of Chrome and it's running on "private" browsing mode. As for your comment at the OP I can say that this is all done because the browser is being used in a private institution where we want no external "factors" whatsoever.
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Nov
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comment Can I disable certificate error/warning in Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer?
Hi - thanks although that isn't my issue, or related, as far as I understand. These guys talk about a valid certificate which works on IE but not on FF, while I'm talking about a certificate which isn't backed up by any CA, it's a self-signed one, yet I cannot add it to exceptions.
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revised Can I disable certificate error/warning in Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer?
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comment Can I disable certificate error/warning in Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer?
Have I not with less than 125 rep. points I'd -1 this answer for advising me to add an exception, just in a bit different words. Thanks though for at least trying to figure an answer for that!