CentOS – Which Install Should I Use?

When installing CentOS for the first time, you are faced with the challenging question of what you’d like to install. Unless you know what exactly comes with each of the choices, you’re not going to be able to make an well-informed decision.

As a personal, general rule, I usually install using the “Minimal” selection. As I’m setting up my new server, I can install exactly what I want and I’ll know exactly what’s installed on it when I’m finished.

How to Transfer Mozilla Firefox Bookmarks to New System

Use Bookmarks Manager to Export

  1. ┬áLaunch Firefox and click on the “Firefox” menu in the top left corner.
  1. Select “Bookmarks” from the menu and select “Show All Bookmarks” from the cascading menu.
  1. Select “All Bookmarks” in the navigation menu on the left.
  1. Select the “Import and Backup” menu and choose “Export Bookmarks to HTML.”
  1. Name the file in the File Name field and choose the location where you want the export file to save. Click Save.”

Import Bookmarks

  1. Copy the file to a flash drive and move it to your new computer. You can also attach the file to an email, email it to yourself and download it on your new computer.
  1. Launch Firefox on your new PC. Select “Bookmarks” from the menu and select “Show All Bookmarks” from the cascading menu.
  1. Choose “Import Bookmarks from HTML.”
  1. Navigate to the file that you created from your other computer and click “Open” to import the bookmarks.

Exited to Command Line in Hyper-V Server 2012 and want to get back to your blue screen

Yes, this is remedial but it will be useful to someone. ­čÖé

As you start working with Windows Hyper-V Server 2012 for the first time, you will do something and may not know how to “undo” what you just did.

For instance, one of the options is option 14) Exit to Command Line.

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This does what you want it to; it takes you to the command prompt.

 

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Now, you want to get back to that blue screen but you don’t know how.

Just type in this:

C:\Windows\System32\sconfig.cmd

This takes you back to that blue screen.

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The blue screen is actually what’s called the Server Configuration tool (Sconfig.cmd) and it’s used to configure and manage several common aspects of Server Core installations.

Read more about the Sconfig.cmd tool HERE.