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On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 06:46:12PM -0800, Bruce Burhans wrote:
| On Thursday, February 07, 2002 5:32 PM, dman wrote:
| > On Sat, Feb 02, 2002 at 07:09:44PM -0800, Bruce Burhans wrote:
| > | From: "dman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| > | > On Sat, Feb 02, 2002 at 03:17:37PM -0800, Bruce Burhans wrote:
| > [...]
| > | > | On Outlook Express, if you even preview those things, they open
| > | > | Internet Explorer and take you to a website somewhere.Who knows
| > | > | what could happen next? I bailed out........
| > | >
| > | > What happens next is that you ditch Lookout Express ASAP! :-).
| > |
| > | I'm working on it Dman. Have read 2 Debian Install Manuals, 3X
| > | each,
| > [...]
| > | But I'm studying hard, and it's starting to make real sense.
| > | Will get up the courage to install one of these days.
| > [...]
| > Bruce,
| > I want to encourage you to stick with it and transition a little bit
| > at a time. Keep windows around for your "real" work while you
| > experiment with debian. As you become more familiar and comfortable
| > with your new system you'll gradually switch over for your daily
| > operation.
| > To start with, what is your current partition setup? Do you have an
| > extra disk? The best situation is if you have some spare partitions
| > or disks you can install debian on so that you can leave windows
| > alone. The next best thing is if you can re-install windows -- first
| > repartition (which wipes everything out) then install both OSes.
| I plan to use cfdsk to wipe windows out and install a basic Debian-
The problem with this approach is how are you going to continue with
your daily work, and how are you going to read deb-user for support?
If you're totally new to unix/linux/debian systems, then I recommend a
gradual change so that you have time to adjust and get up to speed.
The situation you don't want to have is a fresh install of a new
system you are totally unfamiliar with and don't have the expertise to
configure it. You don't want to end up with a practically unusable
system and nothing you can do about it. This is my reason for
supporting the gradual switchover.
| Many Thanks,
How great is the love the Father has lavished on us,
that we should be called children of God!
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