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salmanal 07-15-2005 02:32 PM

Live CD from Linux User Developer not booting
 
I set my BIOS to boot from CD, but it just will not boot.
I boot other "Live" distros without any problem.

I contacted the magazine, bu I have not received any response.

Any ideas on this? I don't really care if I can't, I just wanted to see it perform.

Thanks,

ctkroeker 07-15-2005 02:38 PM

What "Live CD" is it?

salmanal 07-15-2005 08:06 PM

It was Linspire 5.0

Thanks,

girlboxer5 07-15-2005 08:18 PM

I'm not sure about the magazine's CD or its problems (I've seen the attached disk at the stores), but you can download a 'torrent of 5.0 here:

Linux ISO Torrents

salmanal 07-15-2005 09:52 PM

Downloading Will Begin....
 
Thanks my Friend,

I downloaded the BitTorrent and Azureus. A 645.9 MB file,
I'm in business on this thanks to your tip. We all
must help one another to shoew Mr. Gates, the public
has other choices on an OS.

I actually wasn't hell bent on this distro, I just wanted to see it
as I am looking for another program to make me Hate MS Windows
even more....

girlboxer5 07-16-2005 02:58 PM

Heh, well, I'm kinda fond of Windows, but I like Linux too ;) I'm glad I could help, though :) I tried the torrent myself when I was looking for distros a few weeks ago, and it worked well for me...

salmanal 07-16-2005 09:01 PM

I'm afraid I'm not very fond of Linspire very much. I do like the inline spell checking, but I found Simply MEPIS to be a bit more
user friendly and works well off the live CD.

Linux is about making choices for now. I'm just glad I have a great replacement for Win 2000.

Solaris rules, but the average home user will need better hardware support; i.e., PnP. Now, I will run Solaris, a flavor of Linux, and 2000
on a very small partition for 2 apps that weren't ported to UNIX or Mac.

girlboxer5 07-16-2005 09:22 PM

I've got a few options myself ;) For awhile, I had a triple boot Linux box with Mandriva (ugh ugh ugh), SuSE and ProMepis. Then I triple-booted Ubuntu, ProMepis and SuSE. Now I'm down to a dual-boot Ubuntu/SuSE box, have a new used Mac I just bought, and my faithful, beautiful XP box :D I think variety is the spice of life ;)


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