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- 06-03-2005 #11
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- Oct 2004
I want to see one on xpOperating System: GNU Emacs
- 06-03-2005 #12Originally Posted by genesus
IMO, you really should have a few Linux feathers in your cap before even attempting to install Gentoo.
Portage is really great.
And waiting for things to compile can definitely be an evercize in patience.How to know if you are a geek.
when you respond to "get a life!" with "what's the URL?"
New users read The FAQ
- 06-03-2005 #13Originally Posted by genesus\"TTFN Taa Taa For Now\" by Tigger in Winnie the Pooh
http://www.distrowatch.com Linux Distros
We Live in a Windows World but there is Linux to save the day
- 06-06-2005 #14
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- Nov 2004
I was a complete noob to linux in like november (not that much has changed from then till now) but i started out with suse enterprise server 9.0, and that install was simple clean, and when the system booted it was already setup for dual boot with win 98, and when i loaded suse, it brought me to the login screen where i could choose a few diferent window managers and then upon login all the apps where there sound worked and it was great. The only draw back was the amount of time for the install. It installed some where like 3 gig of information and took about 30-45 minutes.Desk TopAMD Semperon 3200+, MSI KT6V mobo, ATI Radeon 64mg DDR, 256 mg 3200, 40 gig HD
LapTop Toshiba 105s. Pentium 75, 45 meg ram, 500 mg hdd.
Server Compaq Proliant 166 mhz cpu. 168 meg ram, 2 x 4 gig hdd, 2 x 9 gig hdd
- 06-06-2005 #15
Perhaps I have incorrectly deduced that your primary interest is in game playing and ease of use. If i am correct then perhaps Windows is a better choice. Linux requires patience, research and a desire to be free of Windows hand holding. Keep in mind that Linux is an *alternative* not a replacement.registered Linux user #388382
Have you checked here first?