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    Feb 2008

    Rubberman is right.
    Look for things that could happen in a real situation. Maybe even on your own box.
    Look for things that you would consider a crash... but is it really crashed?
    Example of one of them "low hanging fruits"... I could screw around far a few minutes and enter a random value into a xorg file... or your fstab.

    Think of things that you would really want to troubleshoot first.
    Last edited by jayd512; 04-13-2011 at 12:40 AM. Reason: grammar / typo

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