[huskerlug] Re: CSE Day

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In an earlier thread on HLUG, Suse was mentioned to work well on a DOS 
partition.  I would try to get the 7.1 version.  Also mentioned was Phat 
Linux and Win Linux 2000.  I was going to burn about 5 cd's of Phat.

www.suse.com
www.phatlinux.com
www.winlinux2000.com

On Tuesday 20 March 2001 19:26, Jorge & Kat wrote:
> I have a 12x cd-rw drive.  I wouldn't mind burning some cd's.  I don't have
> too many blanks right now, though.  What distro did you have in mind?  I'm
> sure I could get one off linuxiso.org, I have a DSL connection at home.
>
> Jorge
>
> At 07:07 PM 3/20/01 -0600, you wrote:
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> >CSE Day is coming up at Ferguson Hall on the 6th.  High school students
> > come and check the place out, and students/faculty put on several
> > sessions. Renee, Ken and I are doing a session on Linux for them.  It
> > will be VERY basic.  However, I thought it would be particularly cool if
> > the LUG could provide cd's for all of the people in the Linux session.  I
> > was thinking about one of the distros that go on the windows partition,
> > since there is a greater chance of them putting it on mom and dad's
> > computer.
> >
> >I need to get numbers on how many people will be there, but since we will
> > be in the computer lab in Ferguson, probably around 30 tops.  Anybody
> > mind using that CD burner to help get prospective members, future Linux
> > users, and mailing list subscribers?
> >
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> >J.R. Wessels
> >http://cse.unl.edu/~jwessels
> >jwessels@xxxxxxxxxxx
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J.R. Wessels
http://cse.unl.edu/~jwessels
jwessels@xxxxxxxxxxx
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