Re: To Liam Slider and linonut...
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 18:02:46 -0500
ÐÿñôMü++ poked his little head through the XP firewall and said:
> Jim Richardson <email@example.com> wrote in <i4g8q2-
>>RH9 is outdated also, I'd skip right ahead to fedora if you want to
>>Redhat. or you can try Ubuntu, which is my preference. Still, the CDs
>>are available cheap for most all of them, if you don't have access to
>>broadband. If you want, I will send an Ubuntu install CD via postal
>>mail, if you have a US address to send it to, email me if interested.
>>You can always check the MD5SUM of the CD if you are worried about
>>trojans or the like.
> Thanks, thats very generous. I have Ubuntu already but there wasnt a
> dial up app included with it.
You sure? Run aptitude and peruse the categorized list of applications.
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