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Whether to efficiently use hardware resources or to improve productivity, virtualization is a more widely used solution in both consumer and enterprise space. There are different types of virtualizations, and it is beyond the scope of this document to delve into the specifics. But traditional virtualization solutions require installation and setup of a virtualization management software to manage the guest virtual machines.




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Although WSL 2 is itself a Virtual Machine, unlike traditional VMs it is easy to setup as it is provided by the host operating system provider and is quite lightweight. Applications running within WSL see less overhead compared to traditional VMs especially if they require access to the hardware or perform privileged operations compared to when run directly on the system. This is especially important for GPU accelerated workload. While VMs allow applications to be run unmodified, due to constraints from setup and performance overhead, they are not the best option in many situations.


You can use the Abode Cam 2 as a standalone device which does not require an Abode hub. A smartphone with the Abode App installed is required to perform setup. Search for "Abode" in the Google Play or Apple App Store to download the application.


The setup script is the centre of all activity in building, distributing, andinstalling modules using the Distutils. The main purpose of the setup script isto describe your module distribution to the Distutils, so that the variouscommands that operate on your modules do the right thing. As we saw in sectionA Simple Example above, the setup script consists mainly of a call tosetup(), and most information supplied to the Distutils by the moduledeveloper is supplied as keyword arguments to setup().


Note that any pathnames (files or directories) supplied in the setup scriptshould be written using the Unix convention, i.e. slash-separated. TheDistutils will take care of converting this platform-neutral representation intowhatever is appropriate on your current platform before actually using thepathname. This makes your setup script portable across operating systems, whichof course is one of the major goals of the Distutils. In this spirit, allpathnames in this document are slash-separated.


The packages option tells the Distutils to process (build, distribute,install, etc.) all pure Python modules found in each package mentioned in thepackages list. In order to do this, of course, there has to be acorrespondence between package names and directories in the filesystem. Thedefault correspondence is the most obvious one, i.e. package distutils isfound in the directory distutils relative to the distribution root.Thus, when you say packages = ['foo'] in your setup script, you arepromising that the Distutils will find a file foo/__init__.py (whichmight be spelled differently on your system, but you get the idea) relative tothe directory where your setup script lives. If you break this promise, theDistutils will issue a warning but still process the broken package anyway.


in your setup script. The keys to this dictionary are package names, and anempty package name stands for the root package. The values are directory namesrelative to your distribution root. In this case, when you say packages =['foo'], you are promising that the file lib/foo/__init__.py exists.


All of this is done through another keyword argument to setup(), theext_modules option. ext_modules is just a list ofExtension instances, each of which describes asingle extension module.Suppose your distribution includes a single extension, called foo andimplemented by foo.c. If no additional instructions to thecompiler/linker are needed, describing this extension is quite simple:


Dependencies on other Python modules and packages can be specified by supplyingthe requires keyword argument to setup(). The value must be a list ofstrings. Each string specifies a package that is required, and optionally whatversions are sufficient.


Now that we can specify dependencies, we also need to be able to specify what weprovide that other distributions can require. This is done using the provideskeyword argument to setup(). The value for this keyword is a list ofstrings, each of which names a Python module or package, and optionallyidentifies the version. If the version is not specified, it is assumed to matchthat of the distribution.


Package data can be added to packages using the package_data keywordargument to the setup() function. The value must be a mapping frompackage name to a list of relative path names that should be copied into thepackage. The paths are interpreted as relative to the directory containing thepackage (information from the package_dir mapping is used if appropriate);that is, the files are expected to be part of the package in the sourcedirectories. They may contain glob patterns as well.


Each file name in files is interpreted relative to the setup.pyscript at the top of the package source distribution. Note that you canspecify the directory where the data files will be installed, but you cannotrename the data files themselves.


In this video we will see how to install and setup the Algolia extension for Magento 2, to bring a powerful search experience to our store. We will do that in 4 simple steps: install the extension, create an Algolia account, set up the extension, and perform the initial indexing. Things mentioned in the video:


The setup callbacks may be used to define test fixturesand run any initialization code which help bring the system into a knownstate. They are defined via macros and each one can optionally receive a mapwith test state and metadata, usually referred to as the context.Optionally, the context to be used in the tests can be extended by thesetup callbacks by returning a properly structured value (see below).


The setup_all callbacks are invoked only once per module, before anytest is run. All setup callbacks are run before each test. No callbackis run if the test case has no tests or all tests have been filtered out.


setup and setup_all callbacks can be defined by a block, by passingan atom naming a one-arity function, or by passing a list of suchatoms. Both can opt to receive the current context by specifying itas parameter if defined by a block. Functions used to define a testsetup must accept the context as single argument.


on_exit/2 callbacks are registered on demand, usually to undo an actionperformed by a setup callback. on_exit/2 may also take a reference,allowing the callback to be overridden in the future. A registered on_exit/2callback will always run, while failures in setup and setup_all will stopall remaining setup callbacks from executing.


Finally, setup_all callbacks run in a separate process per module, whileall setup callbacks run in the same process as the test itself. on_exit/2callbacks always run in a separate process, as implied by their name. Thetest process always exits with reason :shutdown, which means any processlinked to the test process will also exit, although asynchronously. Thereforeit is preferred to use start_supervised/2 to guarantee synchronous termination.


If setup_all or setup return a keyword list, a map, or a tuple in the shapeof map(), the keyword list or map will be merged into thecurrent context and will be available in all subsequent setup_all,setup, and the test itself.


It is also common to define your setup as a series of functions,which are put together by calling setup or setup_all with alist of atoms. Each of these functions receive the context and canreturn any of the values allowed in setup blocks:


If on_exit/2 is called inside setup/1 or inside a test, it'sexecuted in a blocking fashion after the test exits and beforerunning the next test. This means that no other test from the sametest case will be running while the on_exit/2 callback for aprevious test is running. on_exit/2 is executed in a differentprocess than the test process. On the other hand, if on_exit/2 iscalled inside a setup_all/1 callback then callback is executedafter running all tests (see setup_all/1 for more information).


On-exit handlers that you register inside setup_all/1 callbacksare executed at once after all tests in the module have been run.They are all executed in the same process, which is a separateprocess dedicated to running these handlers. These handlers areexecuted in the reverse order of their respective setup_all/1callbacks.


If you're a member of an enterprise with managed users, you cannot configure 2FA for your managed user account account unless you're signed in as the setup user. For users other than the setup user, an administrator must configure 2FA on your identity provider (IdP).


Tip: To configure authentication via TOTP on multiple devices, during setup, scan the QR code using each device at the same time. If 2FA is already enabled and you want to add another device, you must re-configure your TOTP app from your security settings.


In this section we will introduce how to scaffold a Vue Single Page Application on your local machine. The created project will be using a build setup based on Vite and allow us to use Vue Single-File Components (SFCs).


When using Vue from a CDN, there is no "build step" involved. This makes the setup a lot simpler, and is suitable for enhancing static HTML or integrating with a backend framework. However, you won't be able to use the Single-File Component (SFC) syntax.


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