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Old 07-24-2006, 04:06 AM   #1
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Install DSL 3.0 to HD and use KDAR to backups all netowrk drives.


I would like to install DSL on a very old Pentium 2 PC and then use it to backup all of my data on the network drives.

I plan on adding a second HD onto which I will put the backups.

I assume I can install DSL onto the fist HD and then install the KDE window manager. Will DSL allow me to use KDE?

I want to use KDE because I would like to use KDAR as the backup utility.

many thanks for any help on this.
 
  


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