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Old 02-23-2004, 02:17 PM   #1
mike400hp
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I installed DSL Linux to the hard drive on an older Compaq DeskPro. Everything is working great. The computer is only going to be used for internet using Opera 7 and a terminal emulator called PowerTerm. I created icons for these applications, and put them on the desktop. I removed all the unused icons that are there by default when you run in enhanced mode. Now what I would like to do, is set it up so that when I turn on the computer it goes directly to enhanced mode and the DSL readme file is not displayed. Can someone get me started in the right direction? I'm a total Linux NEWBIE, but I try to figure this stuff out as best I can.
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