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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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The Intel Modular Server is a complete server system designed to simplify a complex fail-safe IT environment. One characteristic is that it provides virtual disks and two storage controllers for redundancy. Systems that use those virtual disks have two physical paths to access their disk(s). (NOTE: This is not a RAID solution against disk defects, but safeguards against a breakdown of a storage controller!)
When you install and boot Linux on such a machine you will see both paths...
I have just lost my backup data thanks to STABLE versions of stupid GUI "xfburn".
Of course it was mainly my fault I didn't check if it was written okay or not and just put that away then removed source files from hard disk. Im now wondering what's on that DVD disc, some space looks to be non-empty but mounted disc is empty. Quest for future. Luckily, the data wasn't that way important so that's why I didn't check it, in oppose to other discs I've written that day.