SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

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RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby towy71 » Sat Sep 17, 2005 8:31 pm

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Re: RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby M0PHP » Sat Sep 17, 2005 10:10 pm

Rhakios wrote:The only thing that surprises me about this thread is that no-one has pointed out that this must be a novel(l) experience for you <groan!>


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RE: Re: RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby nelz » Sun Sep 18, 2005 9:28 am

...but fair :)
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RE: Re: RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby Rhakios » Sun Sep 18, 2005 6:03 pm

Still hanging on here by my finger-nails :P
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RE: Re: RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby jjmac » Mon Sep 26, 2005 10:12 pm

linuxgirlie ... how did you "wreak" you setup in the first place ... ?, it ain't that easy to wreak a linux, but not impossible either (grin)


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RE: Re: RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby linuxgirlie » Tue Sep 27, 2005 1:17 pm

Oh, I just managed to get it so it wouldn't boot. I cant remember how I got it there but it began with not being able to play Eternal-Lands anymore...I just kept going at it until it was no more....lol

Luckly I have a server so re-installing is never a problem, and messing up a Linux computer is a bit of a learning curve in itself....you find out there are tons of ways to fix things that you didnt even know about!!
My knowledge comes with no warranty...........

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RE: SHOCK HORROR - Trying new Distro...

Postby wyliecoyoteuk » Thu Sep 29, 2005 7:42 pm

I too was a Mandrake fan(after an initial affair with Caldera, Storm linux, and Suse 7.1) even subscribed to Mandrake club for 2 years... then suse 9.1 personal wooed me away, and before long I was a Suse junkie.. I upgraded to 9.2, then 9.3, and my testbed server now runs Suse ES..... It`s a slippery downward slope into Novell world.. a place I swore I would never return to after leaving Novell 3.1....

Does anyone know if there is a Suse anonymous group I could sign up with?
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