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[Discuss] Linux Mint Cinnamon Home Permissions

Also, when doing a lot of things at once, for example
backup/reinstall/restore... (Or even scarier, upgrade a VPS's OS in place,
remove several user accounts, replace one web app with another, and upgrade
WordPress -- you get the idea.) I've found it's a good idea to take things
slowly and reboot a lot. The Linux OS ecosystem has a lot of hidden traps
where you can seriously break your system and not actually find out until a
reboot or a power failure; an intentional reboot is a kind of smoke test
for that kind of user error or packager error because you find out pretty
soon after the failure occurred.

On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 7:28 AM, Jerry Feldman <gaf at> wrote:

> Most crashes are caused by cockpit error.
> On 12/13/2012 09:43 PM, Will Rico wrote:
> > Well, I tracked down the culprit in this mystery and the trail pointed
> > to dumb user, not bad video driver.

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