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I've been learning the differences in RHEL6 & RHEL7 lately and I noticed that you can no longer install system-config-lvm on RHEL7. After some reading I found system-storage-manager and read the man pages for it. I then added a new virtual disk to a VMWare VM, installed using "yum install system-storage-manager -y", then I found my new disk's name with "ssm list", it was /dev/sdb and I made note of the pool name that I wanted to extend. Then extending it was as simple as "ssm /dev/sdb -p poolName". I was blown away with how simple this was compared to the old command line process of extending an lvm. It was even simpler than using the old GUI system-config-lmv. It was so easy I'm questioning it, has the process really been simplified this much? If so I already love RHEL7. submitted by kissthering [link] [comment]

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My new job has given me the option to get a laptop. My options are the System76 Gazelle Proffesional! or a laptop of my own choice. I'm currently considering either the System76! or the Asus n550jk-cn359p I'll be running windows on it for home use and Ubuntu for work use. Any opinions or help? submitted by viishrugged [link] [2 comments]

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Pretty much I have a few friends that are having financial issues and had to pawn their PC's. Yeah, sad stuff. I would like to grab a few of the "kit boards" (for lack of the specific thing of knowing what to call them), drop a Linux on it, and set them up. Most still have monitors and keyboards and such, and I have a few extra to help set them up with. They would pretty much be using them for web browsing, IM, email, etc... basic internet stuffs. At most possibly Minecraft for the kids, plan to buy them all accounts or the gift cards for an account. But anyway, What other boards exist outside of the Rasp-pi? As how I would like to buy 3, I prefer to keep it under $50 a board. I am on disability and that money does not stretch very far at all. Heck, I can only get 1 board per month, to be honest. But still, helping those less fortunate, right? So yeah, any suggestions? Oh and I saw the thread about the Mips CI20 board, but the site is so hugged to death that I have more or less given up on it due to them having said it was a limited run. submitted by solodev [link] [2 comments]

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