Re: IConnect Corp Debian any good?
LSL (www.lsl.com) has their Tri-Linux CD (Debian 1.3, Slackware 3.2
and Red Hat 4.2) for $2.98. I installed 1.2.5 from the previous version
and found it to be pretty complete (stable and contrib, but not non-free).
You probably can't beat the price.
On Thu, 5 Jun 1997, Benedict Chong wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Jun 1997 21:23:43 -0500 (CDT), you wrote:
> %On Wed, 4 Jun 1997, Benedict Chong wrote:
> %> I bought infomagic's devel resource for the debian stuff and
> %> apparently it's broken.
> %Which Month/Year developers resource do you have. I used the
> %December 1996 with few problems. The base system installed fine.
> %Had some troubles due to X-windows, but these were not unique to
> %Infomagic. I also have the April 1997, but have not installed a
> %complete system from it. Perhaps if you posted your problems,
> %someone could tell you how to work them out.
> I have the december Infomagic stuff as well. I've installed Debian
> from it twice including X (for S3) not problems.
> Just wanted the latest and greatest...
> Anyway, I just checked out CheapBytes suggested by someone else.
> Their hot off the press is $35!
> That's expensive!
> I guess I'll stick to the Dec infomagic dev. resources and upgrade
> from there...
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