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Re: New to Linux


I think you should install potato from CD if debian.  

(If you have ultra high speed connection, only 4 FD is needed 
to install with net and understands details.)

read www.debian.org
     www.linuxdoc.org  (HOWTO)

On Sun, Mar 04, 2001 at 03:40:28PM +0100, The Grand Oral Disseminator wrote:
> Hi...
> I'm new to Linux, let's start with saying that!  But I am thnking about installing Linux on my PC (Intel PIII 667MHz)...  Can you give me some information about which distribution (A free distribution, since it is just my goal to have a mere 'meeting' with Linux, to get to know it - if you wish) would be best for me (I know about the Debian Distribution), where I can downlaod it, how I should install it, what other items I need, etc...
> For the moment I am running MS Windows 2000, I also wonder how am I going to make my PC into a dual boot machine?
> Can anybody help me out?  Please provide detailed information so that I can understand it...
> Already thanks!
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