Abbreviations: DN Distinguish Name DC Domain Component OU Organisational Unit UID User id CN Common Name SN Surname L Location O Organisation ST State C Country Example: dn: cn=sysadmin,ou=Group,dc=pisoftware,dc=com
Q: Are DN's case-insensitive ?
A: A DN is a sequence of RDNs. An RDN is a sequence of Attribute-value pairs. Each attribute has its own schema definition with its own governing rules. Some attributes are case-sensitive, some are not. As such, a complete DN may have components that are case-sensitive as well as case-insensitive.
# Nero add 600 bytes to front of ISO dd if=image.nrg of=cdrom.iso bs=512 skip=600
or: nrg4iso can be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/nrg4iso/downloads/list (it's the Mac OS X executable). It's pretty straightforward. You run it in Terminal and for some reason you have to type “./nrg4iso”. So, for example, you would type “./nrg4iso foo.nrg foo.iso” to create foo.iso from foo.nrg.
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egrep '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo