On Sunday 15 December 2002 16:14, Ronan Waide wrote:
> On December 15, fergal at esatclear.ie said:
> > Back from a long wander, I find myself in need of an up to date Linux
> > distro. I've just installed RH8.0 and am quite stunned at how much stuff
> > is broken in a "did anyone actually run these programs after they wrote
> > them?" kind of way.
>> I'm sorta curious about this in a "what problems do you mean exactly"
> kind of way, but only because I've been running Red Hat 8 on a variety
> of machines for the last month or so with no problems and, in fact,
> finding myself quite impressed with parts of it.
>> > So it's back to my regular choice of Mandrake but the copy I have seems
> > to be corrupted. Where can I get my hands on some Mandrake 9 CDs? I seem
> > to recall some people near Parnell street who would trade them for cream
> > buns. Is that still going on?
>> Alas, antefacto are no more, and I haven't seen anyone publicly
> volunteering to take on their cream buns for CDs service.
i'll make cd's for people if they get stuck
i have my nice new adsl line and can download stuff to my heart's content
well actually i got it in may (or was it june) but have been trying to get my
static ip addresses sorted out since then and have really only now got it
anyway, i'm in clontarf
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