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Going to a local technology school to get some certifications:
And another Windows Server certification I can't remember...
It's funny that even though I'm taking the course with a Linux emphasis, I am still going to get two Microsoft certifications. But hey, I'm not complaining!
I am going to quit expressing them and try to subdue the emotions that they may bring forth. No one ever agrees with me on anything, and that depresses me. Many times I feel like I get attacked and/or belittled. It makes me feel like I am in the wrong community here on LQ. I suppose I should just admit that I am dumb and ignorant. I don't even know what is true or right anymore. Just an FYI to some people I'm only human and I have feelings too.
google-chrome -user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Arch Linux x86_64; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.16 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/10.0.648.204 Safari/534.16"
Replace 'Arch' with your distro (there maybe small differences in the version numbers -- disregard this). This obviously needs to be ran from the command line somehow. Most of the big DE's support this.