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A fast guide to system rescue using open tools

Technology is wonderful, until it stops working as expected.

Computers have a nasty habit of developing glitches or just going belly up altogether at the worst possible times. There's nothing that can prevent that, but a couple of open source tools can help mitigate disaster and maybe even save the day altogether. [Front page...]
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