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Created February 7, 2013 10:34
creating a debian VM
* qemu-img create -f raw debian-disk.raw 8G
* fdisk debian-disk.raw
** create 1 primary partition
* kpartx -av debian-diak.raw
* mkfs.ext3 /dev/mapper/$disk
* mount /dev/mapper/$disk /mnt/debian
* debootstrap wheezy /mnt/debian
* chroot /mnt/debian
* apt-get install grub2 vim linux-image-amd64 udev openssh-server
* create fstab
APT::Get::Assume-Yes "true";
APT::Get::force-yes "true";
Acquire::https {
Verify-Peer "false";
Verify-Host "false";
dpkg-source -x mplayer_version-revision.dsc
# adhoc
* put all debs in a folder
* dpkg-scanpackages . /dev/null | gzip -9c > Packages.gz
# mini-dinstall
# reprepro
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/opt/sensu/embedded/lib/ruby/2.0.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:53:in `require'\n
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# Pitch Perfect
## Content
A pitch is not a presentation. In a presentation your audience are there to listen and have been prepared to spend time listening to you and only you, while in a pitch you are fighting for their attention and a place in their memory. Your pitch will hopefully last for more than one minute, but you do not get more than one minute to convince them to listen to you further.
* Less is more
The longer you talk the less attention you get.
Get the most important points across in the first minute.