"I started a new project at a client's office a month or so ago.
On the first day I turned up, and managed to work for about an
hour, before my laptop died. Somewhat embarassing. I tried for
about an hour to resuscitate it, but couldn't get it to boot at
all: it just died and froze before the KDE login screen. It seemed
to be some sort of graphical mishap, and no amount of fiddling with
xorg.conf from rescue mode would fix it.
"I excused myself, went back home and after some more fiddling,
decided to backup and re-install. Having made this decision I was
looking through my pile of install CDs, and I came across PCLinuxOS
2008, which I'd downloaded a few weeks previously, and I'd been
meaning to try out. 'So why not try it out on this laptop?' said
the evil part of my brain--the same part which forces me to spend
time on Facebook instead of working..."
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