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I'm looking for your day to day desktops not circlejerk ricing. Here's mine: http://i.imgur.com/yKmgaAM.png submitted by /u/loolftw [link] [comments]

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Hello everyone! I'm going to keep this short because most of what I have to say is detailed in the blog post. I've been using Linux for a while, and it's been a painfully blissful journey. I decided to write a post about it, and it was so much fun to take a trip down memory lane and write about the joys and pains of Linux. I wrote about the first time I tried Linux, all my failed attempts at things, and where I am now with Linux. I'd love to keep writing about my experience(s) with Linux, because I realized I'm more passionate about it than I thought, and it's a really, really fun topic to write about Here's a link to the post, hosted at Medium. I didn't take it too seriously, so if it's too "casual," apologies. The article is not really informative in any way, it's more a recount of my history with Linux, so if you were expecting to learn something from the post, sorry to disappoint. Thanks! I'd love to hear feedback, as I plan to continue writing on this topic! submitted by /u/r3djak [link] [comments]

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I've been trying to install oVirt Engine in a test environment for a good half hour now. It's not my lucky day. The scenario: Three hosts, two virtual machines. One virtual machine is my workstation, and one is a server meant for oVirt Engine. The distribution is CentOS all the way down. I followed the instructions on the oVirt quickstart guide. Should be easy, right? On any other day, yes. But today is not a normal day. I got to the point of installing the ovirt-release36.rpm package. I've done this before, no big deal. Then I run yum update and I hit a bump in the road. Cannot retrieve metalink for repository: ovirt-3.6-epel/x86_64. Please verify its path and try again Great. After some digging, I find out the mirror is bad. This is not the first time a Belgian mirror has given me shit, and I've got a feeling it won't be the last. FYI, Belnet has been the only reliable one. I learned some new things about yum configuration, and disabled the mirrorlist variable in the .repo file and enabled the baseurl variable, which points to a Fedora repository. Great! yum is resolving the oVirt Engine repositories, and I'm good to inst-- Nope. Dependencies are resolved, prompts are answered with "y", keys get accepted. Then this happens: https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/RPM-GPG-KEY-EPEL-7 GPG key retrieval failed: [Errno 14] curl#60 - "Peer's Certificate has expired." Sigh. I guess I'm not installing oVirt Engine today. Where do you even report this? Oh, and in the mean time, my piece of shit fresh Windows 7 VM has been searching for updates for the past three hours with constant activity and resulting in nothing. submitted by /u/Reddaks [link] [comments]

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