I'd love some Ubunto to share.
Sympathies on your 98 to XP woes. Wish we could get more departments to
wake up and switch. We also had hd/motherboard problems (turns out the
CPU fan was not strong enough so our server kept freezing up--no fun) so
you have extra sympathies.
hang in there!
David Enright wrote:
> Just saw your mail. About copying CDs, I have a couple of Mandrake
> Move 2 live cds, a few Ubuntu cds, a Kubuntu (Ubuntu with K desktop)
> live cd, and I also have Mandrake 10 3 cd set. I could copy some or
> all of the above if you want me to (I could also give you a couple of
> the cd as I don't really need them). I got them at the ICT Expo in
> Dublin a couple of months ago at the Linux.ie and Mandriva stands. (I
> didn't approach Redhat as I didn't know if they had any free stuff!!!)
> I have about 10 blank cds and can get more if you need me to burn them.
>> Am in the middle of upgrading our PCs here (it's a computer college)
> from Windows 98 to XP. Don't get me started on XP. It's a bloated
> piece of crap. To add to my headaches I have also hard drives and
> motherboards going down on me!
> Dave Enright in Limerick
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