Monthly Archives: October 2016

Darkness

I look around me. Where am I? How did I arrive here? It looks like a kind of gooey tunnel. The only light is very dim, and it comes from everywhere, like a faint fungal fluorescence. I look at me, … Continue reading

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yum rollback

I always face the same problem, and I always forget what to do. So I write it down, just in case. Scenario is the next: you don’t know if you want to install this program here. Then you try, and … Continue reading

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My place

– So here’s where you live! – She waved her arms around my living room. We drunk on the way back, and then I remembered I wanted to clean and I didn’t do it. But I thought that that was … Continue reading

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GPG key retrieval failure

As you know, I’m not the only root in my place. Somebody else is messing with packages and similar. From time to time (specially on new systems) I get annoying yum errors. For example, like this time, when I try … Continue reading

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Coming back

We walk together hand by hand, like ancient lovers. I leave her to ride me to the next tube station. I barely remember the geometry of the Low Lands, since each time I was coming here I was driven by … Continue reading

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Dreams

Somebody said dreaming is what makes us humans. Shakespeare, probably. It’s always him. The Bard. Anyway, I sit on my sofa, sipping my coffee, trying to fix the details of this last one. There was that city on Earth, or … Continue reading

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Not in the mood

– I’m not sure…I thought you wanted company. – Her smile is insecure, but bright enough, anyway. – I’ve been here for a while. I don’t want to continue wandering.- That was unexpected. So my cover doesn’t want to work … Continue reading

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