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Posted 06-07-2009 at 12:15 PM bychexmix Updated 06-17-2009 at 12:18 PM bychexmix
After visiting again with The Demolished Man, I knew that I was at least as excited about re-reading novels I'd already hit as I was about reading ones I knew nothing about. Case in point, the Hugo Winner for 1959, James Blish's A Case of Conscience.
I know that I read this as a teenager. I can even remember the cover of the paperback: Father Ramon Ruiz Sanchez looking contemplative, standing next to one of the dinosaur-like "Lithians" who holds a small vase. That's really...
I haven't touched my motorcycle rebuild job since I hurt my back a while ago! But I keep looking at the poor thing just stood there all alone in the corner of the garage. I can't just ignore it I have to continue, after all the work I did! I had the frame shot blasted, then re-coated with plastic. I completely stripped the engine, replaced anything that needed replacing, like new rings all round, new gudgeon pins (or piston pins as they are now called). I ground all the valves in (16 of them), then...
Well; I aquired the Linux format DVD (from a friend), with Ubuntu 9.04 and Mandriva 2009.1 as well as quite a few applications on the DVD (all applications are in tgz format though).
I decided after a day or so, seeing as I have a disk image of my Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex, I would do an upgrade. I have nothing to lose,time on my hands, and I'm interested to see what happens, as I have quite a lot of programs on this computer.
on an older computer I installed openSUSE 11.0 in a LVM partiton, just to try it, with GRUB on a different ext2 partition.
It worked fine until I installed fedora 10 in another partition which I resized with qtparted.
I also changed slightly the LVM partition with qtparted, using the little empty space between the tree chunks (swap, home, root).
Now I cannot boot opensuse anymore!
I have learned how to access the LVM partition, thanks to...
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Linux is so hard to understand and to switch to because Linux users dont want to help with the transitioning of windows users. They like to think they are a select few who understand the inner working of the computer world.
We all started out at the same place; not knowing anything about Linux. Then we learned, what seems like second nature for us