Originally Posted by mipia
Hello, I am looking for a distrobution, preferably that fits on one or two cd's that can be run without need of internet access.
What I mean is something I can install to have a complete desktop without having to use a package manager to further install software that isnt included. I have been looking at Slackware and Zenwalk after trying Ubuntu, Debian and Freebsd. Without a remote server to connect to for further package installation the later three are a bit crippled.
So what exactly are you trying to get on this PC that you can't download? What is the PC used for?
If you're looking for a distro with basic Office software, and multimedia codecs enabled(DVDs, MP3s, etc..), I'd probably take a look at Linux Mint 3.0. Its not really my favorite distro, but it works fine, and all multimedia junk is installed by default. I'm pretty sure it is installed with the complete Open Office suite also.
If you go with Mint, just make sure you download the "Full Edition", and not the Light edition.. The Light Edition contains no multimedia codecs, etc(if thats important)