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Re: bill gates linux

>      1/ we don't want to have to know the technical
>  details of how to get to the step4/ above (in the
>  given table above).
>      2/we want one of the following:-
>          A/ to be able to insert a floppy disk into
>              our "a" drive , turn on the computer,
>             the computer then loads DOS or whatever
>              and eventually after enough time and floppys
>              have been fead into the drive we see an
>               up and running version of Linux.
>          or:.. B/ turn on the computer with a floppy
>           disk "a" which then prompts for a cd-rom
>            which then loads a version of Linux.
>          or:..c/ option 3 would be to allow Windows to
>           to boot up and click on a cd-rom drive.
>            and then the program on the cd would modify
>             my computer so that Windows and Linux

Damn you are a troll. Did you not believe everyone when they told you
this already exists today? Download the Debian install CD, insert it,
and do the install. If you want super ease of install, get a commerical
dist. It will install along side of Windows and you can boot either one.

Debian     - http://www.debian.org/
Linux 1394 - http://www.linux1394.org/
Subversion - http://subversion.tigris.org/
Deqo       - http://www.deqo.com/

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