|well that the end for me and Debian|
at first I thought the disk I received from Linux magazine was somehow bad since my Mac stated it could not read it.
then I downloaded the DVD and now getting the same thing.
On 12 Mar 2011, at 20:36, John Darrah wrote:
I would be up for writing some instructions and what not for the site. I also can do some design work if needed. I'm not sure where to start, but this thread sounded like a good place.
Let me know.
On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 9:24 AM, Paul Powenski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I would like to try Debian but to be honest you documentation goes from the ridiculously simple - to how about what debian 6 dvd is the latest since there are 8 of them with NO indication as to why there are 8 - then nothing to help you understand what you need - to the most techincal information that only a hardened debianite could use.
Just tried in the past and if you only want heavy dedicated and only debians use why don't you just say so since the regular i.e. centos user cannot make much sense without spending alot of time figuring out what is what.
just a simple message like there are 8 dvd's here and 8 is stable or up to 6 is stable.
this is just such a mess.....
sorry to be so critical but honestly just a simple text to say what is going on would be a huge help
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