Have you noticed how hard it is to be able to find all the info you need when it comes to Gran Turismo 5?
– Master car list?
– Credit grinding guide?
– Event list and reward cars?
– XP (Experience) levels?
– Trophy list?
– For both A-spec and B-spec?
Well, wonder no more, as garbuckle (GTPlanet) have created the ultimate guide. The main page is a matrix of credit/xp formulas for all the events. With overview of cars, gears, items, trophy and much more.
Courtesy of Bizarro Blog!
Now that VMware has released their new vSphere 5 into the public, questions always come up on how to make a bootable vSphere 5 USB installation media. As of now there isn’t any official way of doing this if you are using a Microsoft, Apple or Linux GUI based OS. So I have made a small step-by-step guide on how to achieve this. So here we go…
2. Download the VMware vSphere 5 ISO file -> VMware Download Center.
4. Choose Type: USB Drive and choose the correct USB drive letter that you want the bootable installer to be installed to.
5. You are now done! Just make sure you edit the boot sequence in your BIOS (UEFI mode on some systems).
You can also visit the vSphere 5 documentation online.
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VMware Announces General Availability of VMware vSphere® 5
VMware vSphere 5 supports virtual machines (VMs) that are up to four times more powerful than previous versions – VMs can now be configured with up to 1 terabyte of memory and 32 virtual CPUs. When combined with VMware vSphere 5’s enhanced High Availability, these gains in VM scalability and performance enable customers to virtualize any business-critical applications with confidence in the application’s continued performance and availability.
VMware vSphere 5 also introduces three key new flagship features – Auto-Deploy, Profile-Driven Storage and Storage DRS – that extend the platform’s unique datacenter resource management capabilities, delivering intelligent policy management to support an automated “set it and forget it” approach to managing datacenter resources, including server deployment and storage management. Customers can define policies and establish the operating parameters, and VMware vSphere 5 does the rest.