My 2.5″ boot drive with Windows 7 and Fedora 17 on it died and so I had to boot into Centos 6.3 on the RAID array to recover. I managed to get Windows off the drive, Fedora 17 is going to have to be re-installed, there was no user data on either partition (all that lives on the RAID array). So anyhow, Windows 7 whined that it’s counterfeit. Erm, no. It’s not counterfeit, it’s just that when I booted it into a virtual machine, it had different network addresses, so it’s doing that Windows whine. So I gotta fix that evil Microsoft activation cr*p too, grrr… meanwhile, I’m in the primitive Centos environment. Oh joy.
So now you know why no tasty commentary tonight. G’nite!
- Badtux the Tired Penguin