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In our business there are times that you have to work with windows boxes.
The main problem with that is that they are constantly broken.
So is there a efficient way to build a proper backup image ?
A simple and mini howto is here: http://balaskas.gr/wiki/ntfsclone
Who s/he claims that knows everything, must be constantly being asked by everyone else.
If you want to ask me something, do it public.
I have some knowledge of linux stuff, but i dont know everything.
This is a well known fact.
If you ask something in public then there will be something magical.
More people could experience the same problem.
They will immediately comment that they have the exact same problem with you.
You will feel that you are not alone in this world!
Some nerds will try to answer you before you even complete your question. Dont pay any attention to them. But your post will be the top of every search in a few seconds. Dont be bias at them. They have good at their heart.
Some geeks will try to answer you with LMGTFY and wikipedia comments. Dont feel sorry about that. You should have read the manual in the first time, so this is your fault. Read them know.
Some guru will answer to you. Be very carefully. Statistics are against you. From time to time you will cry like a baby by these answers. Guru’s have the ability to amplify all problems and resolve them in a way that even you can understand them.
From the moment you asked something public, there is a trace that you exist! People now know you!!! You are the newbi3_1995 (or something).
If you asked something that someone else have already asked, then you feel this magical connection to him. Internet love is true, embrace it. But seriously you have solved your problem with just a few links to the first question (back in 2005)!.
And the most importance of all, is of course that you will not bother me :P
ps: dont afraid to ask me something.
installing openbsd 5.1 in a kvm image … yes i know, i have a lot of spare time !