[scribus] Burning CD for "try out" GNU/Linux distro to use w/Scribus

michael crane mick.crane at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 16:11:43 CET 2009

2009/11/14 Robert Marma <robert_marma at yahoo.com>:
> To anyone in the group:
> Hello again.  I don't get to follow the discussions as frequently as I would prefer, since I am not blessed to have Internet service where I live and have to wait to visit my daughter or the local library to log on.
> I had bothered all of you a few months ago with a question regarding which version of GNU/Linux to use to compile Scribus, with a view to eventually writing my own customized code.  I would like to create a bootable or "live" CD in order to try out one or a few of the GNU/Linux distros on my Windows XP and Vista laptops, and was wondering where I could download ISO or other images for this experiment.  I actually downloaded and burned a Debian disc the other day, but it didn't boot, since it apparently was intended for a single-partition Linux installation or dual-partition Linux/Windows installation.  In case it matters, my laptops are far from being "high end", but I'm sure they would meet the minimum RAM/processor/HDD requirements.
> Any advice and links you can offer would be greatly appreciated.

It's reallly not a big deal just install something and type "yum
install scribus" I imagine.


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