Would it not be a good idea to get on to RedHat and Mandrake etc. Tell
them what your up to and ask for some free promo CD's and material.
On Tue, 4 Apr 2000, kevin.lyda at itg.ie proclamed :
>> would free cd's be of any help? i'll burn cd's from now until windows
> expo *iff* i get some cd's to burn. and to give it a challenge, i'll
> do it like so: bring me cd's and tell me what to put on them. so
> if you love mandrake and want the world to use it, bring me some
> blanks and tell me to put mandrake on them.
>> free cd's aren't much help for newbies so i'll look into how to provide
> documentation with them. if you bring in a distribution, let me know
> what the best documentation source for it is. for instance redhat
> provides three 99+ page guides - one is an install guide. it's in
> pdf format so it's easily printed. there's a print shop around the
> corner from here so i'll look into their prices.
>> in addition, cover art would be nice, so i'll accept that as well
> for each distribution. a pointer to the distro provider (and a note
> that it's not an official copy) as well as a pointer to linux.ie
> would be good. i don't have a color printer, so you'd need work
> with black and white.
>> anway, would this be of use? i think it's donnacha who is organising
> this so if he could let me know if he want's to unload cd's. if the
> people interested in donating cd's could hold out until he says he's
> game, i'll post to the list when i get an ok. someone who mailed
> me about the free redhat cd's said he had a source that could get
> me 100 cd's for 100 quid - i'll take him up and match the first
> 100 cd's i get requests for.
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