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Originally Posted by onlinebacon Maybe a BSD like FreeBSD, come to the other side... Have you tried cdcontrol yet? If not, you should!!! And vidcontrol to change lines on screen, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlinebacon
    Maybe a BSD like FreeBSD, come to the other side...
    Have you tried cdcontrol yet? If not, you should!!! And vidcontrol to change lines on screen, text-colours and similar on console... And try vidfont aswell while you're there!

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    you are usin fedora right?... that is red hat based, try: a debian based, slackware, gentoo, LFS, BSD or Solaris.

    maybe you will found any of these better for you.

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    Re: Second Distro

    Quote Originally Posted by Hiko
    Currently I have Fedora and Windows XP installed. I need recommendations on a second distro to install on same hdd as Fedora.
    SUSE is great. Especially SUSE 10 from www.opensuse.org. I rely on it. I installed Fedora besides SUSE once, and I later uninstalled Fedora since I was comfortable with SUSE.

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    Maybe a BSD like FreeBSD
    I agree. It will give you a chance to learn a slightly different filesystem structure, a new shell or two and new ways of getting tasks done.

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    Suse

    Aloha,
    I downloaded and burned Suse 9.3 and am currently trying to figure out how to get it installed with Win XP and Fedora 4 for a triboot. New thread started on that though.
    Mahalo,
    Edward
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