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Optyx 01-21-2004 02:38 AM

Please help me leave Redhat 9.0 and read on
 
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=136875

That is the problem- i have posted the link here because i didnt see the link to install problems- i dont want a os that is a work in progress- i want a stable release with fewer hickups than this os ( i have only been fully in to linux for a month now and behind mandrake for 1 week and this distro the next- now its time for slackware).

newinlinux 01-23-2004 09:05 AM

Re: Please help me leave Redhat 9.0 and read on
 
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Originally posted by Optyx
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=136875

That is the problem- i have posted the link here because i didnt see the link to install problems- i dont want a os that is a work in progress- i want a stable release with fewer hickups than this os ( i have only been fully in to linux for a month now and behind mandrake for 1 week and this distro the next- now its time for slackware).

i have this kind of trouble before, but i found out that the cd was corrupted, so a new cd with a md5sum check fixed my problem. Other than that you can try just install software package "a" only. Then you work yourself up with other software packages. With only "a" in your pc, you are going to be at the deeper end of the pool. Sorry, I only know so much.:D

JockVSJock 01-28-2004 10:20 PM

If your having problems installing Slackware, I've found this excellent tutorial which may of be some use to you:

Insall Slackware


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