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Posted on 28-02-06 01:48
I prefer damnsmalllinux because i can boot from a thumb drive. Its just so conveinent (sp?)
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Posted on 28-02-06 14:39
i use Xandros Desktop OS 3.0 (Debian based), it is the most user-friendly linux out there, and with alot of eye-candy. it has the best installer (rpms or debs), i have used red-hat prior to changing to xandros, and also have tried the many other popular flavs (suse, mandrake, simply mepis, knoppix, ubuntu, et al). i have live-cds of all the major distros to show peeps so that they can choose which they like. the live-cds are also good for trouble-shooting. my peeves with linux are if u have an issue it may take some time to find a resolution, if at all! anyway for people that want to add linux to an existing hd, use Partition Magic to create the new space. and lastly forget linux and go with BSD B)
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Posted on 03-03-06 02:14
PCLinuxOS, Mandriva 2005 SE, and Turbo Linux
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Posted on 03-03-06 15:33
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Who here uses linux?

i personally use SuSE 9.1 pro.

please post which distro you use. (knoppix included Grin)
what are all these weird websites. ive never heard of anyof them..
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what are all these weird websites. ive never heard of anyof them..

Linux is an operating system not a website


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Posted on 03-03-06 16:29
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blackwolf2327 wrote:
what are all these weird websites. ive never heard of anyof them..

Linux is an operating system not a website
never herd of it. sorry
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Posted on 09-03-06 15:00
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Why do you need 3CD's to install something? Suse comes on 1-2 just like Slackware and Ubuntu and all that jaz


Well i guess it depends on the size of that distro and what you get with it... the Slack 10.0 my friend gave me was on 3 disks, but the third disk was mostly extras for gnome.


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Posted on 09-03-06 15:21
I use more than one distro.

For my GUI needs i have a machine with SuSE Pro 9.3 installed with many customizations running 4 desktops to get my optimal coverage when I freeze up a screen Wink
My website/Server is running Debian (Sarge) 3.1 which gives me the text based items needed and easy costomizability.

Linux is the way of the future!


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Posted on 09-03-06 15:21
I use more than one distro.

For my GUI needs i have a machine with SuSE Pro 9.3 installed with many customizations running 4 desktops to get my optimal coverage when I freeze up a screen Wink
My website/Server is running Debian (Sarge) 3.1 which gives me the text based items needed and easy costomizability.

Linux is the way of the future!


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Posted on 09-03-06 15:27
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Linux is the way of the future!


Well said, and if you're too lazy to learn, then you'll just disappear with windows. (not talking about all you mac users, obviously)




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Posted on 09-03-06 15:49
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can you not view ntfs partitions? i know linux cant write to ntfs because m$ aint given out the IDE or something, but you should be able to read! try just mounting it or go to [uel]www.linuxquestions.org[/url]


How about you don't use shitty Winblows with nfts formatting.... use something Linux can read!


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Posted on 09-03-06 15:49
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can you not view ntfs partitions? i know linux cant write to ntfs because m$ aint given out the IDE or something, but you should be able to read! try just mounting it or go to [uel]www.linuxquestions.org[/url]


How about you don't use shitty Winblows with nfts formatting.... use something Linux can read!


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Posted on 09-03-06 16:48
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never herd of it. sorry

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WHO DOESNT KNOW WHAT LINUX IS!
WHO DOES THAT?!
REALLY!
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sorry that made me mad, mainly because I hate windows and microsoft with such a fiery passion that it drives me nuts when people don't know alternative OSs even exist.


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Posted on 09-03-06 17:59
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mainly because I hate windows and microsoft with such a fiery passion that it drives me nuts when people don't know alternative OSs even exist.


perhaps you could justify that. im curious as to why you would hate it so much.


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here's a good reason why...

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Posted on 10-03-06 07:31
Wow- This thread is hype- huh? I am using Linux now... SuSe 10.0 and I am trying to learn how to install a firefox java plug-in.
*Joining Linux forums..*

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Posted on 12-03-06 13:38
IMHO Windows users know dick all, *nix systems once you forget about the likes of YAST and rpms and all that toss. is were its at. Linux as nice as it is, not a patch on the BSD flavours


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Posted on 14-03-06 13:56
n00dles,

Yes Windows users are dependant on the GUI interface. But hell who isn't?

I am a old school Windows user (Back in the 3.0 days and before) I once owned a copy of Windows 1.1 for gods sake!

SuSE, RedHat and Mandrake make it simple for someone that is not a computer Guru to look at this "NEW" operating system and see the ease of use for their needs. Yes I do agree that *NIX operating systems like Debian, HP-UX and Solaris are far better in the long run...but for a learning platform SuSE, RedHat (or Fedora Core) and Mandrake (now Mandriva) are great for learning the operating system.

Not all people are able to spend 10-16 hours a day in front of a computer and if they are they do not always dictate what goes on it. I use SuSE for its ease of use on my home computer. I use Debian for its stability on my FTP/HTTP Server.

What I am saying is if people want to get into Linux and choose a "Lesser Evil" so to speak. then good for them. Better SuSE or RedHat then putting more bills in Bills pockets!

Did I rant too long? Should I make this into an article? let me know!


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[quote]AldarHawk wrote:
n00dles,

Yes Windows users are dependant on the GUI interface. But hell who isn't?

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Uh.. me? I can use text based operating systems Grin but being a web designer i kinda sorta need a GUI for somethings Pfft


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Posted on 23-03-06 16:11
hello im am looking for a good version of linux to play with im not sure waht one or how good the different ones are. currlety i have sues and novel ver.

i also have a linux problem how do u uninstall and run diablo lod II
i know i need "wine" some one plz pm!!..
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