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Old 11-02-2006, 06:35 PM   #1
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Lightbulb trying to find a way to use linux on an old hp netserver lh2 with 2 procs and scsi

i have a mixed question, i have the above mentioned machine with scsi drvs, including my cdrom, and im tryin to get a copy of linux runnin on it that supports mult procs and is user friendly, i have 2 pent2 pros, 4scsi drives, (2 8g, 2 4g), scsi cd and tape, and an eide hdd i use for booting, i had kubuntu on it but wanted something a bit more, ahhh.... friendly, i guess, any suggestions....btw im an IT-CNS student in my second quarter, and a linux newb, lol, if u couldnt tell
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More friendly than Ubuntu? Stick with windows.



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