The problem I was having is that a css template I was using was causing
br's to have an empty line in between which is very undesirable especially when displaying code.
Using CSS code like above will fix it. You technically shouldn't need the margin or height either.........
ValueError: new value non-existent xfs filesystem is not valid as a default fs type
Pane is dead
From what I read this is misleading and has to do with the fact that the initrd and kernel are mismatched.
This is a hard situation because for some older hardware I am using the Centos Plus kernel which has modules that I require for an older server/NIC. This seems to have cropped up in the past few months and there is no simple fix........
tar -czf yourfile.tar.gz .
The . dot is the crucial part, normally many will use * and that will exclude hidden files by default which is very undesirable as many hidden files are important such as .htaccess and conf files in your home directory etc.. It seems the default behavior of tar should be the opposite but these are all very old tools.........