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O.o. Cheetaman, the code is: Code: [code]Look! If you typed this, it would be in a code block![/code] As far as a good distro, I am a mortal enemy of ...
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- 04-30-2005 #21
Cheetaman, the code is:
[code]Look! If you typed this, it would be in a code block![/code]
For a newbie, I'd recommend SuSE 9.2. You can download the DVD ISO off of their site or (as I prefer) the BitTorrent Linux Mirror Project (which seems to be down at the moment ).
The mirror list for SuSE 9.2 ISO's is at:
Choose whichever you want, and download the ISO. SuSE has a friendly installer and an easy-to-use package management system (YaST). It is RPM-based, so it's pretty easy to use.
Other people like Mandriva. I've had a few problems with it, but it's an overall good distro.
- 04-30-2005 #22
Is it possible to turn DVD isos into cd isos
- 04-30-2005 #23
Originally Posted by Cabhan
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- 05-01-2005 #24Code:
SuSe is a very good distro
- 05-01-2005 #25Originally Posted by Comrade
Did you mean SuSE? Because an older version of Debian is simply evil (the most updated version of Debian Woody uses a 2.2 kernel, my Gentoo box uses the 2.6.11 kernel).