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LGR – Apple IIGS – Vintage Computer System Review

[typing] June 10, 1977, marked the launch of the original Apple II microc omputer, released as a follow up to the Apple I, primarily designed by engineering genius Steve Wozniak. The computer was a landmark in both design and function, as it not only looked noticeably slicker than many of the other home computers of […]

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Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

Tutorial: Free SSL Certificate Installation in CentOS 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

In this video, you’re going to learn how to install a valid SSL certificate on a CentOS Linux server running the Apache web server. By the way, the SSL certificate you’ll install will be issued by Let’s encrypt entirely for free. Traditionally you’ve had to pay for SSL certificates and renew them each year incurring […]

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BIOS Update auf DOS Ebene

BIOS Update auf DOS Ebene

Save Unzip delete the Zip adjust the file structure start the tool plug in the empty USB-Stick Specify the ubbe path Drivers Search for the notebook you want to update Download the BIOS and EC zip unzip both Zip files simplify the folder structure Copy both folders on the Bootstick restart the notebook Press F2 […]

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iOS 13 – Prepare to Update Guide

iOS 13 – Prepare to Update Guide

hi everyone Aaron here for ZolloTech & iOS 13 is about a week or so away so I wanted to help you get your phone ready or your iPad or iPod touch ready for that update just to make sure you’re ready to go the day it launches in about a week or so so […]

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How To Build and Install Kvaser Linux Driver SDK

How To Build and Install Kvaser Linux Driver SDK

Welcome to the Kvaser Linux Driver and SDK installation guide. In this video we will show you how to build and install our Kvaser Linux Driver and SDK. For our demonstration we’ll be using Ubuntu’s latest Long Term Support version of the operating system, 14.04.3. Before we can begin we’ll need to grab the latest […]

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AWS Systems Manager | Run Command or Script in multiple EC2 Linux instances | Live Coding with SSM

welcome to my channel folks today I’m going to show you how you can use Amazon Systems Manager to run commands or scripts on multiple ec2 instances in this case we are going to use a couple of Linux instances which are having tags as production and test and also the operating system tag as […]

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Fix Thermal Throttling on Your Mac?!

Extreme heat and computers don’t play nicely together as I demonstrated in my last video—which you should watch first if you haven’t seen it. But knowing that Apple’s MacBook Pro and iMac experience thermal throttling doesn’t help you any. A lot of people on the last video recommended apps like Macs Fan Control or SMC […]

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How to run DOS games in Windows 10 – Tutorial

How to run DOS games in Windows 10 – Tutorial

First, let’s download a DOS game from a free website Search for “Dave download” Enter the first link Press on Download Extract it Search for “Dosbox” Press on Downloads Windows Install it Open your DOS game folder Find the EXE file, drag and drop it onto Dosbox icon Press Left Alt + Enter to view […]

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Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC 2007

Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC 2007

To install MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC, you will need 2 floppy disks of MS-DOS 2.X setup. Let’s create a virtual machine. * Typing keys * Set the RAM at least to 16 MB… … same for hard drive. It can’t go more than that due to MS-DOS 2.X limits. Let’s run it. Capture the […]

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HOW TO USE THE BIG MAC 10

HOW TO USE THE BIG MAC 10

Are you tired of being called a noob for using the P90? Do you love getting anti-eco frags? Are you a hard ass gangsta that ain’t got time for these CT fools? Then fear not! The Big Mac-10 is for you! First, let’s go over some background history of the weapon: The Big Mac-10, as […]

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