On Wed, Dec 08, 2004 at 04:57:24PM -0800, Paul Johnson wrote: > I'm looking for suggestions on what people would expect in a retail kit > for Debian, as I've been put in charge of pushing Debian in the shop I > work at. > > Right now, since we're concerned only with i386, I'm thinking a Sarge CD > set and a printed copy of the installation manual, all in a single > binder. Sarge RC2 net-inst CDs have been selling with lukewarm Hi Paul, When I was becoming more intereted in Debian, I printed the install manaul and the debian refernce. I did it at Kinko's by giing them a PDF which they easily printed and spiral bound. (B/W -- as color is a bit beyond my means) > reception at $9.50 for the CD by itself in an envelope, but I think I > can do better than that. I haven't found anybody who sells boxed > Debian sets, and haven't seen any discussion in the archives this > decade about the topic. > > Target audience are more experienced Windows users looking for a way > out. > > So if anybody has any suggestions for what a small shop can put > together, or a distributor that sells Debian boxed sets, I'm looking to > hear from you. Not sure if then is counter-productive: ubuntu cd's and knoppix. Live cd's for try-before-you-buy(test you system). Also, a list of *nix/debian useful commands? -Kev -- counter.li.org #238656 -- goto counter.li.org and be counted! (__) (oo) /------\/ / | || * /\---/\ ~~ ~~ ...."Have you mooed today?"...
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