rasjidw at openminddev.net
Fri Jun 7 21:52:45 EST 2002
Okay, I'd like to give Debian a try. I've been using RedHat for over 3 years
now, and I'd like to try something different.
I think I need the 2.4 kernel, as I have an ATA100 IDE channel and don't wont
to go back to using the ATA66 one. So I presume that I need to get either
Woody or Sid. My assumption is that if I want a nice stable desktop machine,
then Woody is probably the way to go.
So is anyone able to burn me a set of reasonably recent Woody discs, and
perhaps give me a 10 minute intro into the Debian way of doing things? I
will of course provide replacement blanks.
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