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accepted How to correct Google Earth's “invalid HTTP request” notice?
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comment How to correct Google Earth's “invalid HTTP request” notice?
Thanks Andy Paterson. I tried the same solution as you mentioned for Fedora ( /usr/lib/googleearth/libcurl.so.4 ) it worked like a charm for my Ubuntu 12.04 distro. @AndyPaterson
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comment How to correct Google Earth's “invalid HTTP request” notice?
Doesn't work. stiil waiting an answer. Thank you. @bytefish
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asked How to correct Google Earth's “invalid HTTP request” notice?
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comment Youtube videos are slow?
Actually I had same issue as described above my internet speed was okay but I couldn't able to open a youtube video fast. It was taking ages to open and then this trick helped me a lot.
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comment Youtube video streaming slow
Please check my answer at this link [--->][1] [1]: askubuntu.com/questions/298931/youtube-videos-are-slow/…
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comment What is an extended partition for? Is it comes by default when Ubuntu installed via a CD?
I FOUND AN ANSWER: I found out that in partition time of your HDD (via Gparted or Live CD); if you mark the partition part as logical, it will result to create an extended partition. Thank you.