Use fips, its free, on the linux cd. in the dosutils, i used it to reduce
the owl windows partition to whatever size I wanted. Cool Raoul.
I havent figured out how to get access to exchange from linux yet. Gonna
check out HPs new product - whatever its called.
Oh yeah, ram is mad cheap over in frog. Bought 128 meg for me laptop and me
desktop, pc 100 for 200 squids for both as well as 2 globalwin mad fecker
fans for major cooling power for me bp6
PC mem 128 = 64 quid, laptop 128 = 160. Not bad.
They also had 5 port 100 MBIT hubs for 50 quid, but I was getting ahead of
myself and had to leave the shop, oh yeah, 9 gig Ultra2 scsi for 200 quid!
Oh yeah, they have LINUX all over the gaf. I bought three linux magazines -
very very good too. Got Suse 7, RH7 and Mandrake 7.2, good enough reason.
In Surcouf (computer megastore about twice the size of virgin megastore) the
LINUX stand was right beside the Microsoft one, and yer man was watching
everyone checking out the LINUX stuff and not the MS stuff. Thats a first
for me. The French seem to be more serious about LINUX than the irish. Hmmm.
From: Conor Daly [mailto:conor.daly at oceanfree.net]
Sent: jeudi 9 novembre 2000 16:46
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: ILUG digest, Vol 1 #1346 - 26 msgs
On Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 02:41:34PM +0000 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
John Moylan thought:
> Hi all,
>> I just got my new Tecra8100 and I want to do a dual boot install. I had
> a copy of Partition Magic4 (still have the serial number), but I've lost
> the CD. Any downloadable editions from the web use a different serial
> number pattern to the one I have, does anyone have a copy of the disk
> available so that I get get back to using Linux on my laptop?
>No, but you *should* be able to quote your Serial No. (and any other proof
of purchase) to the Manufacturers and they should send you a replacement
copy or point you at a URL.
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
Domestic Sysadmin :-)
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