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vtel57

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    RE: give it another go
    Just be careful and pay attention to ALL instructions/options when you boot the CD. All LIVE-type Linux CD/DVDs will always have an option to install manually (allows you to set up partitions and mount points). Other type Linux installation CD/DVDs also allow manual installation, but you need to be wee bit more skillful because they are not graphic installers... or they are very minimal graphic installers. Words seem to scare new Linux explorers away. For a tutorial on dual boot installation with windows, just do a search at Google for: dual boot how to windows linux You'll get a bazillion hits. Google is your friend. :)
    Link to this post 27 Jan 10

    Just be careful and pay attention to ALL instructions/options when you boot the CD. All LIVE-type Linux CD/DVDs will always have an option to install manually (allows you to set up partitions and mount points). Other type Linux installation CD/DVDs also allow manual installation, but you need to be wee bit more skillful because they are not graphic installers... or they are very minimal graphic installers. Words seem to scare new Linux explorers away.

    For a tutorial on dual boot installation with windows, just do a search at Google for:

    dual boot how to windows linux

    You'll get a bazillion hits. Google is your friend. :)

  • vtel57
    Tips for Linux Explorers
    My friend, Bruno runs an a site that is an excellent source of info for new Linux explorers and veteran penguins. Check it out if you get the chance. Bruno of Amsterdam --> [url=http://www.brunolinux.com/]Tips for Linux Explorers[/url] Also, you can read my blog post here in the Community Blogs area of Linux.com about Bruno: [url=http://www.linux.com/component/content/article/133-general-linux/277163]My Favorite Penguins[/url] Happy exploring! ~Eric Asst. Admin Scot's Newsletter Forums -- [url=http://forums.scotsnewsletter.com/index.php?showforum=14]Bruno's All Things Linux[/url]
    Link to this post 15 Jan 10

    My friend, Bruno runs an a site that is an excellent source of info for new Linux explorers and veteran penguins. Check it out if you get the chance.

    Bruno of Amsterdam --> Tips for Linux Explorers

    Also, you can read my blog post here in the Community Blogs area of Linux.com about Bruno:

    My Favorite Penguins

    Happy exploring!

    ~Eric

    Asst. Admin Scot's Newsletter Forums -- Bruno's All Things Linux

  • vtel57
    RE: Show Us Your Linux Desktop
    Something for the Holidays... [url=http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/3415/slack13xfceshotxmas01.png][img]http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/3415/slack13xfceshotxmas01.th.png[/img][/url] Slackware 13 - 64 w/ Xfce
    Link to this post 15 Dec 09

    Something for the Holidays...

    Slackware 13 - 64 w/ Xfce

  • vtel57
    RE: portable linux
    See my blogpost here at Linux.com about this topic: http://www.linux.com/community/blogs/My-Thumb-Drive-Toolbox.html
    Link to this post 09 Jul 09

    See my blogpost here at Linux.com about this topic:

    http://www.linux.com/community/blogs/My-Thumb-Drive-Toolbox.html

  • vtel57
    RE: Hello for all :)
    Bienvenidos a Linux.com, Benny! :)
    Link to this post 30 May 09

    Bienvenidos a Linux.com, Benny! :)

  • vtel57
    RE: We need some form of moderation on PM's!
    The Linux.com Admins are probably still figuring out Joomla's Fireboard features and operations.
    Link to this post 28 May 09

    The Linux.com Admins are probably still figuring out Joomla's Fireboard features and operations.

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