Re: new user
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- Subject: Re: new user
- From: "Eric G . Miller" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2000 05:55:22 -0700
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On Sun, Jul 30, 2000 at 02:23:27PM +0200, JurLan wrote:
> Hi all.
> Let me start by saying that I am new to debian (and this group).
> I always used SuSE but I got tired of the slow install and the lack of customisation (if $
> Wonderful! Really .. easy and quick install .. custom to what I want and nothing more .. $
> But since it is a big change from SuSE to Debian I do have some minor problems and I was $
> * Is there a soundconfig tool for Debian like the one that comes with RedHat and if not .$
> * I am running X with WindowMaker. No problems except that the basic font of my apps (e.g$
> * Booting stuff automaticly was a piece of cake in SuSE .. just put it in /etc/rc.d/boot.$
> I think this is about it for now .. If anybody could help me out here I would appreciate $
> Thanks in advance.
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- new user
- From: JurLan <email@example.com>