On Tue, Dec 12, 2000 at 09:34:03PM +0000, Ciaran mentioned:
> I'm in Dublin at the weekend (wrong time of year - aagghh) and need to pick up
> an AOpen AX59Pro motherboard (or something very similar). I would also like to
> get hold of a copy af Debian Linux. Can anyone tell me (not really being from
> these parts) where I could get one or both of these? Cheers,
I've a dose of Debian 2.2 CD's in my drawer here. If you want to call
into the AnteFacto offices on 181 parnell st. some day/evening, I'll give
them to you.
BTW, are there any table football experts in Dublin ? Myself and the lads
in the office are getting really good at it, (it's excellent relief when RSI
kicks in ;) - and are looking for a challenge. Or a few of them.
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