AFAIK, none here will sell debian of the shelve. Best you could do is to
order online from http://www.cheapbytes.com or
On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 13:15, Dave O Connor wrote:
> Anyone know of a shop that sells debian sets in dublin? I kinda want a shop,
> since I need a receipt, that looks like it comes from a shop, and not 'Honest
> Jim's online Linuxhaus'. Same goes for FreeBSD *ducks*.
>> Oh, and anyone know if recent distros have support for Mylex RAID controllers?
> The kind you find in old decrepit HP netservers? Ta.
>> - DoC
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