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accepted Why is my Mac, upgraded from Mavericks to Yosemite, no longer giving VMware Fusion needed resources?
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comment Why is my Mac, upgraded from Mavericks to Yosemite, no longer giving VMware Fusion needed resources?
I had 5.x; I upgraded to 7.x and that is working.
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comment Can I install Mint but defer setting language, timezone, username/password, etc.?
One point of clarification: my question is not about what the usual process entails; it is about what, if anything, can be done to support something that is not obviously available from the usual install process. In other words, I wasn't asking, "Does the usual install process support ______?", but more of "Is there an alternative to the usual install process that allows _______ which the usual process does not obviously provide?"
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comment Why is Apache not respecting aliased directories?
Breadcrumb note: I wrong "controb" for "contrib" in the Directory tab. However, fixing that did not seem to solve the problem.
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comment Why is Apache not respecting aliased directories?
I'm not saying that I shouldn't change that, but I have only attempted to see it by adding a trailing slash. That is, I haven't attempted to access /admin/static, only /admin/static/*.
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comment Why is Apache not respecting aliased directories?
I didn't see anything current in the error log; and Apache from the UI is not reporting an error, just handing the request to Django as would be appropriate if I weren't trying to alias a directory.
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