Setting up an environment

So, in order to have a vanilla environment where I’ll get to play around and have to configure most of the stuff myself (in order to force myself to learn), I decided to install CentOS 7 in a virtual machine. This will give the added benefit of keeping snapshots so that in case I get locked out of the linux box, I’ll be able to just revert to a previous snapshot. Of course, I could use a filesystem that supports snapshots itself, however I don’t want to. 😛 That’s something that I would like to learn on the distant future, so, point and click snapshots for the time being.

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