Does somebody have a pointer to a good LINUX version.
It would be perfect if it is
1. a recent version,
2. accessible by ftp or on CD-ROM
3. automatic installation (or at least the start :-) )
Thanks in advance,
I'd check out either Red Hat or Debian by FTP.Quote:>Hi,
>Does somebody have a pointer to a good LINUX version.
>It would be perfect if it is
> 1. a recent version,
> 2. accessible by ftp or on CD-ROM
> 3. automatic installation (or at least the start :-) )
>Thanks in advance,
http://www.redhat.com/ for Red Hat
http://www.debian.org/ for Debian
If you plan to get Linux by FTP, I'd recommend going to a mirror site near
you instead of downloading it directly from the source.
If you want to buy the CD, I'd get Linux Systems Labs or Cheap*Bytes CD of
Red Hat or Debian. (Linux Systems Labs and Cheap*Bytes are CD-ROM
publishers while Red Hat and Debian are "makers" of different versions of
http://www.lsl.com/ for Linux Systems Labs
http://www.cheapbytes.com/ for Cheap*Bytes
Hope this helps.
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I am trying to get away from windows as quickly as possible, and I was
wondering what news reader can download binaries. I am using knode to post
this and is excellent for everything else other than binaries IMHO.The
reason being is I am a huge Simpsons nut and would like download the
episodes from the newsgroups like I do in Windows using Xnews, which
unfortunately does not work in linux :( . Does anybody have any
suggestions. BTW I am using RH 7.3.
Thanks in advance.
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