Re: Thinking about devoting a serious part of my life to linux...
On Sep 5, 6:00 pm, blues <bluesbr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 4, 10:40 pm, icelinux <iceli...@icelinux.net> wrote:
> > > Linux and Open Source in general are definitely the future.
> > In an odd paradox, we can never get rid of copyrights or licenses because then we could not require those companies or persons who sell open source software to make the source code available.
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> My HD that I installed FC4 on just went out. It did the traditional
> clicks for several startups and now it is just dead. But, I have an
> old I Mac that I installed Yellow Dog on a couple of years ago but
> never used. Do you think YD is a good distro to practice on??
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This is where I am up to this point: I have an IMac running Yellow
Dog, and an old 733Mhz PC running Knoppix Live, and they are both
connected to a router via ethernet cables....I also have PCs running
XP and Vista that I can connect to the router whenever I need to, but
at the time they are connected wirelessly to the main router in the
house....I am now going to try to run some of the things suggested
earlier in this post and read, read ,read....wish me luck!!