I have 3 hard disks, 1gb, 2gb and 4gb (all ide) which I'm replacing with
1 big drive (considering keeping one for replication/backup of important
data, but there's not much of that).
So that means that I have drives, any one of which would be suitable for
a distribution on it's own, which are surplus to my needs. And I have
needs :) I'd like a flash card reader/writer which is fully supported
under Linux 2.4.9, a ide cdrom which works, and maybe money (but money's
not an issue. If I can swap these, I'd be happy). I'm also looking for a
full set of Debian Woody CDs (the newer the better), with non-US and
contrib .debs, if anyone wants to swap them for a hard drive :) I also
wouldn't mind having a sound card that worked without any pain...
So can anyone satisfy any of my needs/wants for money or a hard-drive?
And does anyone want a hard-drive for money or any of my needs/wants?
David Neary, E-Mail dave.neary at palamon.ie
Palamon Technologies Ltd. Phone +353-1-634-5059
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