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how to bind a droplet to a floating ip using the Java api?
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Difficulties encountered during the installation of JAVA 1.7 on ubuntu server 14.O4
I have installed solr on ubuntu server 14.04. Its working great !. but need to attach SSL certificate to it.
I used a borderLayout, added a JLabel in north then added a jpanel into the center with a grid layout (8,1) and then added two empty panels to make the extra spaces on the far left and right. So my question, is there another way to make these spaces?
Frame I want
Frame I made
SOURCE: [make spaces in this JFrame](http://tech.queryhome.com/123534/what-other-method-can-i-use-to-make-spaces-in-this-jframe)
For months I've been putting off upgrading to Ubuntu 16.04, but now I think is a good time to do so, however I can never manage to get past the following message:
After updating your package information, the essential package
'ubuntu-minimal' could not be located. This may be because you have
no official mirrors listed in your software sources, or because of
excessive load on the mirror you are using. See /etc/apt/sources.list
for the current list of configured software sources.
In the case of an overloaded mirror, you may want to try the upgrade
I have checked in /etc/apt/sources.list and see no reference to ubuntu-minimal. Any ideas?