> > SuSE (support your loacl distribution ! - for a kind
> > of continental value of
> > local) works well for me on all sorts of hardware
> > and SuSE 8.0 has just been
> > released with kernel 2.4.18, KDE3, Mozilla 0.98 and
> > more, much more . . .
>> Does anyone have a copy of SuSE 8.0 I could copy, or
> do you know where it can be obtained?
Free SuSE Live Eval CD for anyone who wants it, mail me back with full
details of how to get it to you, and a little about what you do with linux,
website for this offer coming *soon*. Boots SuSE 8.0 from CD, installs about
100Megs on the C drive of a windows machine if you want settings etc to be
persistent. Option not to install anything and just have a fancy rescue CD.
> the past week or two and I don't fancy paying the
> EUR81 to order it from SuSE in the UK.
Sounds great, thats the spirit that has kept this industry alive. If you
dont want to pay, then do an ftp install, they mirror off extremely highly
connected servers in germany at ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/
I have the CD's and DVD here, but if you want to get your mits on it for
free you're going to have to put on an extremely poor mouth and give me a
really really good sob story, or be a rep for a brewry, or maybe a notebook
supplier.... be imaginative when you try to bum off me.
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