[sf-lug] Sunday morning at JavaCat and Software Freedom Day media
jim at well.com
Sat Aug 5 16:11:03 PDT 2006
rick's text seems real good to me, maybe
add a tidbit or so, per your Ubuntu idea(s).
I like the Actnet store on Judah and 27th.
they're honest, quick, knowledgeable....
you might try out the rhce.linuxmafia.com
study web page, notably the BASH shell
scripting pages (and provide feedback,
please) to bolster your CLI skills.
On Aug 5, 2006, at 2:46 PM, ron wrote:
> I'm installing CentOS server on a P3 tower computer. I
> know I said I was going to do this ten days ago, BUT
> when I turned my then available computer on, the power
> supply shorted out and a replacement power supply did
> not correct whatever the problem was. So I took the
> new power supply back to Compusa, declared the
> computer garbage and found a P3 on CL for twenty five
> dollars. I had to supply a hard drive, and I do have a
> few lying around. I'm reading a few Linux books,
> messing around with a few command line exercises
> because I'm out of practice, and truthfully never was
> very proficient.
> Since I won't be at JavaCat tomorrow, I'd like to say
> something about the upcoming Software Freedom Day
> work. I haven't started to make disks yet, but I'm
> thinking the disks we hand out should look as
> professional as possible. So I'm wondering about
> printing labels with Ubuntu clearly written in bold
> letters, and a brief statement about how to use the
> disk, how it can be run without impacting the user's
> current system, and the name and contact information
> for SFLUG. Does this seem right to you-all? Is there
> anything else that should be included?
> I'll be thinking of all of you while sipping wine at
> Diamond Creek Vineyard...
> My server installation has hung after outputting just
> seven lines of text. The seventh line would be the one
> beginning [Linux-initrd @ ...] I'll be bringing this
> puppy to Rick's house next saturday night.
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