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Re: Handy pocket reference?



On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 06:02:38PM -0500, Tom Horsley wrote:
> Sitting at my misconfigured system today trying to remember
> the "remount" option to mount so I could remount root as read/write
> and fix the fstab, it occured to me that the world could really
> use a small pocket reference guide with all the tidbits of
> information you need to know to get your computer back to the
> point where you can do google searches to find the rest of what you
> meed to know :-).
> 
> Anyone know if such a thing exists?

Even better: finnix (and, likely, other rescue CD Linuxes) comes well
supplied with man pages.

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