Re: LINUX Install
I'll skip the beginning of the post, partly because I can't even parse a
number of your sentences, and partly because I'm short on time and want
to stick to factual questions which are easy to answer.
On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 05:32:19AM +0000, Dusty Mows <email@example.com> was heard to say:
> I have no desire to be a
> programmer or developer even within the MS-DOS world, I just want to
> install a system easily that includes a Browser - NNTP client like XNEWS -
> and a general nice looking GUI. Can I find one somewhere in the LINUX
There are a number of good Web browsers available: "potato" included
Netscape, and the soon-to-be released "woody" version includes many fine
web browsers, including galeon, konqueror, and Mozilla.
There are several good NNTP clients in Debian; I like knode and gnus.
As far as GUIs go, you should probably use the KDE environment (see
http://www.kde.org); "woody" will include this. Other environments
would include Gnome and WindowMaker.
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