[ccoss] Re: Ideas for meetings

  • From: Christopher Paulin <cpaulin@xxxxxxx>
  • To: ccoss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 16:39:40 -0500

Currently I don't have experience with either of those. It looks like 
you need to work on step 2 first, which I can look into. I can really 
feel your passion for step 1.

I haven't worked on this yet, but I want to install Debian. I will be 
looking at how to install it via a CD I record onto. I would like to 
backup data from a partition and then erase that partition first for 
using it for Debian, so I have a step in front of what I really want also.

Christopher Paulin

Wendy Galovich wrote:

>A while back Chris asked for presentation ideas for future meetings. I realize 
>this is a bit belated, but it is the first opportunity that work and the 
>holidays have allowed me... Anyway, here are mine.
>1) Sound processing - what software to use, formats, etc. This is something 
>near and dear to my heart because as a fiddle player, I learn as much or more 
>by ear as from written music. This is a topic I might be willing to present 
>(gasp), but it would take a few months to put it together. I would like to 
>have an opportunity to fully explore Ardour before doing this (Ardour is at 
>http://ardour.sourceforge.net, for anyone who's curious). Also, I need to be 
>able to do a major upgrade on my Toshiba in order to do this presentation, 
>which makes it somewhat dependent on my second suggestion:
>2) A how-to presentation on installing Linux from the hard drive, from someone 
>who has done it and knows what the pitfalls are. I have yet to do this 
>successfully am not sure what I'm doing incorrectly. I have two laptops where 
>I could really use this - a Toshiba with no floppy drive and a somewhat flaky 
>CD drive, and a Sony Vaio in which everything is peripheral through either 
>PCMCIA or USB connections, and which persistently ignores the BIOS setting to 
>boot from CD or floppy.
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