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Copyright 2000 – 2018 – 24i | fotosearch. 1,739,896Q: Using the “record” command for a single file – how? I’m trying to record only one specific file using the record command. I have tried: ./record single-file1.txt Result: Recording start Recording stop Recording start Recording stop Recording start Recording stop Recording stop With the above, it records every file, then goes through it, then stops. If I try: ./record single-file1.txt I get an error: (2) No such file or directory Can anyone help? I’m struggling to find the correct parameter, and haven’t yet tried any of the other options for the record command. I’m using a CentOS 6.4 VM running in a Minikube docker-engine. A: Any working command will involve writing to the file system. You want to run./record, which, in turn, you want to run on a single file. So the file is expected to be present. If it is present, and if your computer is running a file system, then you have already recorded all the data, but you haven’t written it to the disk. What you want is something like ./record test.txt Q: Doubt in deriving the formula for a particular probability measure on a probability space If $X$ is any set then, a probability measure on the collection $\mathscr{F}$ of all subsets of $X$ is a function $P$ that satisfies the following conditions: $P(\emptyset) = 0$; $P(X) = 1$; $P(\bigcup_{i=1}^{\infty} A_i) = \sum_{i=1}^{\infty} P(A_i)$; Here, $A_i \subseteq X$. Now, my question is, if $P$ is a probability measure on a set $X$ then, why is it equivalent to the measure being the uniform distribution on $X$. I just wanted to see the way I derive it. Could anyone give me a hint? A: If the measure d0c515b9f4