Renaissance Linux

Yeah, so today I’ve been listening to my teacher shovel through a stack of Linux questions. They’re all part of a LPIC Linux certificate I’m supposed to take as a part of my eduation, but seriously, these questions were out-of-date years ago. Stuff about default settings in the 2.2 kernel, how to configure an XFree86 2.0 X-server and generally stupid questions about Red Hat-specific configurations. This is 2007, not 1997. Red Hat isn’t even the king of the hill anymore, with Novell, SUSE and Ubuntu all coming up from behind. What the hell is the point in taking a certificate in something that was old news even when I first heard of Linux at all? I don’t get it…

In other news, I moved Endemoniada.org back to my old server, since it doesn’t seem likely that the new one is going to get fixed anytime soon. So, here it is. I assume the DNS cache has updated, or you wouldn’t be seeing this. Awesome. Now just to rebuild the entire site that I can no longer access on the “new” server…

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