[clug] MtM - content update

Algis Kabaila akabaila at pcug.org.au
Thu Mar 15 23:58:27 GMT 2007

On Thursday 15 March 2007 23:31, Chris Smart wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-03-15 at 16:56 +1100, Algis Kabaila wrote:
> > The last bit of info is no longer accurate, strictly speaking.  Now 
> > too, can be installed!  Even an old codger like I can do that with a 
> > bit of luck.  I did it once, without great disasters.
> > 
> > IMHO it is enough to mention that a particular distro is distributed as 
> > installable CD.
> Hey Al, missed you today at Linux Learners. Yes you are right, though I
> guess Knoppix is primarily a livecd distribution, that you can install,
> as opposed to a distribution that has an instrallable livecd.. but
> you're right I guess.
> Cheers
> Chris
> > 
> > OldAl.
Hi Chris - nice to hear from you.  I did look at your work on MtM and liked 
it.  O moderate language is far more effective than the the message "you 
silly old f...ts", even when expressed in a more civil language.

You do have heaps of comments, so I did not feel inclined to add my two cents 
worth, particularly since the site looks really nice!

I read on your long discourse on NVIDIA kernel package.  I am not clear on the 
outcome.  On my PC to run Koroora  (spelling?) meaningfully, I need to 
install NVIDIA driver.  For  SuSE I simply download it from NVIDIA and 
install it, ethical considerations notwithstanding.  Would this work Koroora? 
(Pardon my ignorance of the kernel stuff.)

My absence in meeting is simply because currently I have too many 
medical/dental/physio/podiatry appointments that often clash with more 
pleasant meetings.  To boot, we have a couple of people of our grand-children 
generation comming from Europe to stay with us for a few days (or weeks?).  
Actually, they should be in Jolymont bus depo in 90 minutes.

Cheers and keep up the good work!


Algis Kabaila (Dr)
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