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begin trojan.vbs It was on Thu, 29 Sep 2005 11:14:58 +0000, that Aragorn
I started out with trying RedHat, & had Caldera too (I've still got the CDs somewhere!). I bought "The Complete Reference -Linux", by Petersen (though mine was the First Edition, & then I later bought the Third Edition) which gave me very good help in understanding the OS.
After trying RedHat & Caldera, & getting used to how linux worked, I bought SuSE. It was quite good, even back then, to set up. I've used SuSE ever since. I have three machines with 2HDDs in each, the second I use as a backup (incase of any hardware failure on here), & on which I play the odd linux game, & the third is a testbed, on which I install & run various distros, & try things out. :-)
Nor could I. :-)
Yes, there have been numerous discussions about it in the group.
IMHO he's a big loss to you. I dumped him a while ago.
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On Thursday 29 September 2005 03:48, Dust stood up and spoke the following words to the mbuttes incomp.os.linux.advocacy...
Or actually have to *learn* anything.
Yes, that's quite possible, Aragorn. ;-) If you read some of their posts (or trolling, if you like) you really do wonder how they got out of bed that morning, & dressed themselves. They appear to be totally inept at doing *anything* that involves thinking.
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In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Lin┐nut wrote on Thu, 29 Sep 2005 07:20:23 -0500 FWIW: is a PowerEdge Blade server option. It suggests that WinServer2003 Standard (x32 or x64) edition w-5 cals is $799, and WinServer2003 Enterprise...
-- To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it. -- Scott Granneman -- Senior consultant for Bryan Consulting Inc. in St. Louis