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lemuel
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Post by lemuel »

in your dreams :)
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Mitko
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Post by Mitko »

lemuel wrote:in your dreams :)
Is that related to the topic ? What has to do with unix/linux ? People, can you once in your life stick on topic ? If you want to make points/posts open new topic "I want to make points and posts" and everyone post crap there. But when there is a TOPIC subject, stick on topic. Thank you very much and do NOT reply to this !
Boboc wrote:I use A Knoppix Linux Live CD! It`s perfect for me because he knows to connect to internet trouhg a pppoe lan connection! LINUX RULEZ :P Windows Sucks :devil:
Well, I doubt if I could use it because at the moment I have crappy adsl usb modem :-) With this adsl usb modem connecting to internet is possible only with usb-eagle drivers. About Windows, we should not mention it in this topic it looks bad, we all know it sucks, and the whole microsoft sucks.
InternetX wrote:I found something nice: http://www.zegeniestudios.net/ldc/index.php
I have tried it, but dunno, it tells me totally wrong distrobution for my needs :-)
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InternetX
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Post by InternetX »

news? tell us some news about linux :devil:

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Mitko
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Post by Mitko »

Bill Gates is using Linux.
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InternetX
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Post by InternetX »

Bill Gates is an idiot. :lol:

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Post by Krieger »

It is strict secret :)
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Post by Jay`Z »

If he were stupid, he wouldn't be running one of the most powerfull corporations in the world now, would he?
So you might want to reconsider your allegations... :roll:
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lemuel
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Post by lemuel »

i just change my Windows XP SP 2 to Redhat 9 and later I'll be installing FC4 :wink:
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Chiklis
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Post by Chiklis »

lemuel wrote:i just change my Windows XP SP 2 to Redhat 9 and later I'll be installing FC4 :wink:
I would recommand to do not install FC4, still full of bugs, FC3 is more stable.
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lemuel
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Post by lemuel »

hmmm.. okay I'll try it then :) maybe knoppix or gentoo whatcha think?
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Chiklis
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Post by Chiklis »

lemuel wrote:hmmm.. okay I'll try it then :) maybe knoppix or gentoo whatcha think?
Gentoo ain't bad or try Ubutu
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Post by Mr_Tom »

I've tried most of the major distro's, like SuSE, Red Hat/Fedora, Novell Desktop, Slackware, Ubuntu, etc.

Currently, I'm running Slackware 9.1 on my desktop, and Slackware 10.1 with 2.6.13 kernel on a dell laptop.

Both using gnome (and on the odd occasion fluxbox) as window managers.
When I grow up, I want to be a kettle

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Patry
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Post by Patry »

What about starting up with Linux Mandriva (formely Mandrake) Limited Edition 2005? I know 2005 comes to an end but you might still look into it.
Website: http://www.mandriva.org
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