Re: Debian PC Requirements
Why do you think I am making the transition to Debian Linux, I have had
enough of WINDOWS! I want to stop using Windows because the multitude of
Viruses seem to be tailor made for "Windows"! Even the best Security
software doesn't stop viruses from infiltrating a Windows system and
Antivirus programs and firewalls such as Norton seem to just make hackers
all the more determined to attack a Windows computer because there are so
many free tools to hack Windows.
I am very new to Debian, I have had some success with Redhat but I like
Debian, its ease of installation and all the great tools and packages make
it a very sexy package and it's FREE! But if I am ever to learn I have to
ask questions or else I will never be in a position to bin my Windows cd's.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Jenks" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 11:41 AM
Subject: Re: Debian PC Requirements
> At 06:26 AM 4/9/02, Michal Melewski wrote:
> > > Basically Nick this isn't windows. It will run on what every you want
> > it to.
> > > I'm not sure if it will run on a 286 or a 8086, but I'm pretty sure no
> > > has
> > > those sitting around anywhere (well I do, but they're not being used).
> >I'm sure it won't :)
> >Linux can't be run on machines weaker then 386 because 286 didn't have
> >'protected mode'. (i'm not sure whether it's proper name but...)
> I thought I saw somewhere on the web that the old ATARI's had a port.
> (I have one of those sitting in the basement too. Atari 800lx).
> My point in the email was: if you can buy it on the market, you should
> be able to run Debian on it. Only the cutting edge stuff will give you
> head aches from lack of drivers. (Well win-modems will cause head aches
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