Ahh Bruce...I'm sorry I missed that Bruce.
Yeah I've been hear that at about the Suse community..oh well. I'd like
to think that they all mean well anyway.
I'll post the other questions in seperate postings..
Thanks again guys for your words and your support,
On Mon, 2007-06-04 at 21:02 -0400, Bruce Marshall wrote:
> On Monday 04 June 2007, Chris wrote:
> > Roger...really, a production PC?! I like the sound of that. How do you
> > use it....professionally? I set one of the computers up as a dual boot
> > systems with the primary OS to be Suse Linux....well I scratched that
> > idea after the problems I mentioned earlier...I would like to install
> > Kubuntu or Ubuntu as the primary OS...but feel that I need to learn a
> > bit more. The things that I thought be so simple to do, I actually have
> > to learn! I am determined to get there through!
> You should be able to put any number of distros on a single computer if the
> space is there. I usually do fresh install of <whatever> but alway leave
> the previous system bootable. Comes in handy for a lot of reasons.
> > There was not name on the other posting (the 47 year vet of computers)
> > thanks a lot for your input as well.
> How soon we forget.... :-) Bruce (the 47 year computer vet)
> > Guys I have sooo much going on in my head with this stuff...I'm trying
> > to find the best place to start...maybe on line stuff...or rutebook
> > (although I have to learn what and where it is on my computer)
> Take it slow.... it will come.
> > It's really nice to have you guys understand what the heck I'm talking
> > about...the SUSE community was...well...not so good.
> Well, it was pretty good if you eliminate the 'posting police'. Those who
> care more about top-posting and thread retention than they do the topics.
> But in general, they are a good bunch of people. And a lot of them, like me,
> will be moving over here.
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