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Re: Hello, New to this listing.

On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 18:28, Thomas A. Cort wrote:
> > household has zero unix/linux experience it may be better to start
> > with a "easier to install/use" distribution first before going to
> > debian(which is easier to manage in the long run usually).
> For a really easy to use Linux distribution for the Sparc32 and Sparc64 
> platforms you may want to try Aurora Linux (http://auroralinux.org). It's 
> based on RedHat Linux and has a graphical installer and user interface. 
> After you get used to linux and Sparc hardware and want something better 
> you can try debian.

I would prefer the term "different" to "better". :)

Tom "spot" Callaway <tcallawa(a)redhat*com> SAIR LCA, RHCE
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Project Leader for Aurora Sparc Linux :: http://auroralinux.org
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