On 18 Apr 00, at 15:10, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> For what it's worth, I've been in and out of B2K fairly
> frequently, and they're just another standard hardware shop,
> without any special range of hardware or software that I
> can see.
>> They do stock Redhat 6.1, but nothing in the way of books and
> certainly nothing in the way of hardware that I have seen.
Yes, but if you ask a Linux questionthere's a higher-than-normal
possibility that the person you ask will have a clue. Also in general the
staff there have a higher clue(general hardware) quotient than many other
shops. Having said that, though, I've gotten information there which,
when I've gone and checked it out myself, has turned out to be misleading
and/or downright wrong.
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