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From je...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1052646 [2/3] - in /incubator/libcloud/trunk: ./ libcloud/ libcloud/drivers/ test/ test/fixtures/cloudsigma/
Date Fri, 24 Dec 2010 21:10:30 GMT
Added: incubator/libcloud/trunk/test/fixtures/cloudsigma/drives_standard_info.txt
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/libcloud/trunk/test/fixtures/cloudsigma/drives_standard_info.txt?rev=1052646&view=auto
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--- incubator/libcloud/trunk/test/fixtures/cloudsigma/drives_standard_info.txt (added)
+++ incubator/libcloud/trunk/test/fixtures/cloudsigma/drives_standard_info.txt Fri Dec 24 21:10:29 2010
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+install_notes ***You must update the default root/superuser password for Ubuntu 10.04 on first login.***\n\nPre-installed Ubuntu 10.04 64bit Linux on 24/07/2010\n============================================================\n\n1. Minimum Hardware Requirements\n--------------------------------------------------\n\nThe recommended minimum hardware requirements based on user feedback are:\n\nCPU: 1GHz\nRAM: 1GHz\n\nWe recommend specifying a larger size for a better user experience.\n\n\n2. Access your server for the first time using VNC\n----------------------------------------------------\nInitially you will need to access your server via VNC to complete the setup. \n\na) Start up your new server.\n\nb) Please use one of the recommended VNC clients, you will find a full list by following the 'Connect to your server via VNC now' link on general tab of the server detail window.\n\nb) Use the IP address and VNC password as provided on the general tab of the server detail w
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