Alan Sobey wrote:
>> Is there a clug meeting tomorrow in the Metropole? 8:00 I presume if
> there is. I should make it along (at least for a little while).
I updated the cork.linux.ie main page today.. check it out for some
> I should have my pc down the road from the metropole at that time. If
> anyone has red hat 6.1 on CD, could they bring in along, and I can burn
> off a copy (or just copy to HDD), I'll bring one or two blank CDs in
> case any others want CDs too.
I'll bring RH 6.1 and Caldera OL 2.3 along, both are on a HD so you can
> Also an idea for LAID: how about getting a few CDs of the more popular
> distros for interested parties, either for sale (to cover costs) or
> maybe subsidised from somewhere. Lack of decent distribution channels
> is one of the things which IMHO prevents interested potential newbies
> from trying out linux. The thing is we'd have to be sure the person is
> at least technically competent enough to try out a cheapie CD (as
> opposed to a boxed set) and not waste the organisers time.
Owen just rang me to suggest the same. I think about 40 copies should
suffice but they ought to go to people in companies really. CLUG/ILUG
people can get Linux very easily and anytime they want..
>> Oh yeah, will someone have a Tux along tomorrow?
Have a look at the homepage for a description of us, I'll bring Tux
along if I remember though :)
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