Installing (and reinstalling) Linux on your desktop
Jul 13, 2010, 23:08 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bob Sutor)
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"Yesterday I set up a laptop with a Linux distribution,
including everything I needed for work. Today, I'm doing it
"My reason for repeating the process had nothing to do with
Linux. I decided to do something to the configuration that I
suspected would be risky and possibly dangerous. Indeed, things got
pretty messed up.
"At that point I had a few choices:
* Try to debug and fix the situation.
* Try to find someone to help me fix it.
* Say the heck with it and reinstall from scratch, or the CD, as
the case may be."
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