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    Linux Guru loft306's Avatar
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    I dont think so......but how hard would it be to create an iso from an existing disk? isnt an ISO just a verbatum cp of a cd that is able to be u/l'd - d/l'd and burned

    I have made ISO boot cd's so that i have a cd boot disk instead of a floppy on the lappie......
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    My CD's arrived in the post today, though i was dissapointed that a copy of the OpenExchange server wasnt included as i really want to try that out, but on the upside i now have a copy of SuSE that i can try out to see what all the fuss is


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    i thought i had signed up for it several weeks ago, but i bothed the confirmation, too late, they are closed now.....DAMN!
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    Closed !!

    I can't find any pages there, they say it will available in near future, Idon't think the near future will come on any day !!

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    I got this e-mail July 21st

    As you may have noticed, there has been a slight delay in your Novell
    Linux Technical Resource DVD kit shipment. We had a phenomenal
    response to this free offer, and have had to adjust production to
    meet this demand.

    In an effort to provide you with the most current Linux software from
    Novell, and to accommodate the release of a new, yet-to-be-announced
    Linux product, the decision was made to delay shipment on some of the
    more recent Linux Technical Resource Kit orders.

    As a result, your kit will ship during the last week of July * with
    the latest Linux software from Novell. We will notify you again as
    soon as your order is mailed.

    We appreciate your patience, and are confident you will find the
    Novell Linux Resource Kit a comprehensive tool to evaluate the Linux
    offerings from Novell.

    Sincerely,
    Novell Customer Communities

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    ooo a teaser, i feel teased
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    cool!! i think now that suse & novell have really got the point ...free os!
    thanks for the post!
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