[scribus] Linux "tryout" booter disc

Figaro marquiseduchatelet at charter.net
Sun Nov 29 17:24:16 CET 2009

You may find sidux to be the "Cat's pajamas"!
Very very up to date (sidux is a rolling distro tracking Debian Sid and 
exp. plus their own very well done tweaks. releases every 3 months as 
live idistros), fast and excellent support forums, and for those of us 
who dislike huge "attidtude" and posturing there is siduxunderground forum.

Watch those Bears... they love a good snack from time to time ;-)!

michael crane wrote:
> 2009/11/27 Robert Marma <robert_marma at yahoo.com>:
>> Hi all
>> No, I haven't been eaten by a bear!  :-)  I'm still downloading & burning Linux ISOs when and where I get the opportunity.  Unfortunately, I don't have Internet access where I live, believe it or not  :-(  --so I have to wait until I visit my daughter or go to the public library to connect via wireless LAN.
>> There seems to be quite a variation in what different distros offer, so I really have to choose carefully.  I simply haven't yet decided which one I should use.  I want simplicity of compilatiion and installation, but still want power, versatility, and numerous features--which, I suppose, are mutually exclusive.
>> Thanx again for all your help and advice, and I'll keep you posted once I pick a system.  Incidentally, I'm now leaning toward dual-partition with a choice of OS for booting.
> I'm pleased to hear you didn't get eaten by a bear.
> You can buy a cd collection of everything I think debian did that.
> I'm out of touch, I think your choices are slackware, fedora or
> Ubunto. I'd go with fedora myself.
> regards
> mick
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