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enaut

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    RE: [Solved]Old papers and articles. "reboot like a racecar"
    Thank you so much... Actually I thought of the webarchive myself, but for some reason adblock blocked the content of the article. So I just saw the header... thanks to your hint I disabled it on that page :)
    Link to this post 20 Nov 11

    Thank you so much... Actually I thought of the webarchive myself, but for some reason adblock blocked the content of the article. So I just saw the header... thanks to your hint I disabled it on that page :)

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    [Solved]Old papers and articles. "reboot like a racecar"
    Hi, some time ago i read an article on linux.com with the title "reboot like a racecar" I now want to quote from this article in my bachelor thesis, but I can't find any version of this article. The previous link to the site was: http://www.linux.com/feature/150202 there are still lots of references to this site for example here: www.osnews.com/story/20398/Linux_Reboot_Like_a_Racecar_with_kexec How can I get a version of this article? has it been printed anywhere? will it get back up? Thanks for your help Franz Dietrich PS: sorry that I did put it in this category I have no Idea where else to put it.
    Link to this post 18 Nov 11

    Hi,

    some time ago i read an article on linux.com with the title "reboot like
    a racecar" I now want to quote from this article in my bachelor thesis,
    but I can't find any version of this article. The previous link to the
    site was: http://www.linux.com/feature/150202
    there are still lots of references to this site for example here:
    www.osnews.com/story/20398/Linux_Reboot_Like_a_Racecar_with_kexec

    How can I get a version of this article? has it been printed anywhere?
    will it get back up?

    Thanks for your help

    Franz Dietrich
    PS: sorry that I did put it in this category I have no Idea where else to put it.

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