My two cents -sorry for my poor english- i like Linux and my firts
trys with it make me feel that actually I was learning something new,
thats was almost 3 years ago and the learning hasn't stop, most of
that time i was using Mandrake for its easy aproach to make things
just work, then i read about ubuntu and was installed in my old
Toshiba 2100CDS and wow! my wireless cards work, last monday I install
ubuntu in a "old" iBook G3 and doble wow! first time that I used linux
in a apple machine and works very well -have to fix some problems but
aren't very importat- the cicle of having fun learning and configure
the computer starts again, I like to thank all tehe people behind
ubuntu, and to make the learning never stop.
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 00:17:20 +0200, Oliver Grawert
> Am Mittwoch, den 27.10.2004, 23:07 +0200 schrieb Philippe Landau:
> > if legal problems make it impossible to include things,
> > it would be easy to make a script that guides
> > through the installation of stuff from other sources,
> > or at least a simple but complete how-to,
> > a step by step guide (like a cookbook) to a
> > more complete system that includes DVD viewing and remixing,
> > internet radio and tv, and movie playback
> > including xvid, divx, mpeg4, quicktime and flash,
> > and some of the best p2p apps available.
> did you actually look at this page ?
> if you follow the instructions all proprietary formats are just some
> mouseclicks away in synaptic.
> got ubuntu ? --------------> GET UBUNTU !!!
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