On Wed, Jun 07, 2000 at 02:26:17PM +0100, adam beecher mentioned:
> > http://www.linuxcare.com/bootable_cd/> >
> Thank for that Jeremy.
>> Has anyone actually used one of these? Are they for advanced users, or just for
> repair/admin, or would it be possible to give 'em out as freebies for people who
> want to try Linux? I have a few clients/prospects who are intrigued by Linux,
> and would like to try it out. These'd be nice freebies to give them if it wasn't
> too complicated, or if it would be easy enough to explain the process to them -
> or document on the actual CD. I'd take 50 or 100 quids worth if this was the
> case. I might even PAY for them!!! :)
No, they aren't really newbie things. They are emergency "fix up" CDs.
However, we'll have a load of Corel CDs at the AGM, which are more suited
to newbies. You could take one of those, and copy it a few times...
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