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Old 02-05-2004, 03:06 PM   #31
Registered: Jan 2004
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Distribution: Arch Linux, SUSE, Gentoo
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Originally posted by BrianNJ
i'd recommend SuSE....
I second that reccomendation, easy and stable... very stable.
Old 02-05-2004, 03:28 PM   #32
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mailed it ! :)

Originally posted by Razgo
... i installed and unistalled and installed many many times...
the "funniest" thing i ever done in regards to this was f*k smth up like 3 times in a row late late night.. sooo 4 am or smth like that i am makin that last final very very right i must add install, everything goes well.. i manage 2 install all drivers.. all package managers blah blah... services, configurations, boot options... soooo passed out... woke up... drank coffe.... took a look @ the blank screen.... & wanted 2 kick myselfe in the head... EVENTUALLY I FORGOT THE (*&^&&*#^*(&^@(*&^ PASSWORDS



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