Patrick's been onto me off-list and is downloading the SuSE FTP install ISO
atm, so I guess we can dispense with the advice until he comes back fuming
about that. :)
Ski, you coming in to say hello Friday week? Been a while since we saw you!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie] On
> Behalf Of Eamon Skelton
> Sent: 22 February 2005 21:19
> To: Patrick Crowley
> Cc: cork at linux.ie> Subject: Re: [CLUG] Linux
>> Patrick Crowley wrote:
>> > I'm just wondering which distro of Linux would you guys recommend,
> > where I can get this Linux boot disk and what i need to do
> to install.
>> Thats a bit like asking which religion you should follow :-)
>> If you want to play about with Linux, you could try Knoppix
> or one of the other live bootable distros.
> I have a fairly recent Knoppix CD if you want a copy?
>> For a hard-drive installation, most people reckon that the
> RPM based distros like Fedora/Redhat, SUSE and Mandrake are
> easy for beginners.
> The latest SUSE is on the current issue of Linux Format magazine.
>>http://distrowatch.com/ will probably leave you even more
> confused than you are now.
>>http://www.tldp.org/ for docs.
>http://www.freshmeat.net for software.
>http://www.linux.org for general Linux stuff.
>> Have fun.
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