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Mar 22, 2010
Reminds me to the saying - When the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem that you see is a nail!
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Mar 22, 2010
@MightyMarc: A more permanent solution is: Uninstall, install Linux, reboot.
Mar 22, 2010
Rebooting may be a practical solution (to poorly written software and poorly understood hardware), but it is not a logical one - the thing should just work. This is the behaviour of a prototype, a concept evaluation.
On many Linux systems the desktop is saved when you log out/shutdown and restored when log in/boot up: re-running the failed application/service (Ctrl Alt Esc is often your friend, if the keyboard isn't locked up).

Anyway, back to the strip...
this is sort of cargo-cult career progression.
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Mar 21, 2010
For who whants to work this guy?? Microsucks???
Mar 21, 2010
Uninstall, reinstall, reboot. That's my solution to all Microsoft issues.
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