[nSLUG] which linux??

Doug Kampen dougkampen at eastlink.ca
Thu Sep 7 21:26:59 ADT 2006

Ok, wow...didn't know there were so many distros out there! I have bigddaddy
on cd now and it works with everything except my webcam...go figure...I'm
going to try a few more before I decide and repartition my hd. How much
space do you need now?? 40 gig enough? 
Thank you all for you input. I never realized there were so many out there
running "non standard" OS's. 
On another topic...anybody know a guy named Cam Kelly? He got me started in
all this long ago, just wondering if he's still kicking around these
Thanks Again

-----Original Message-----
From: nslug-bounces at nslug.ns.ca [mailto:nslug-bounces at nslug.ns.ca] On Behalf
Of Michael Wheadon
Sent: September 7, 2006 8:49 PM
To: Nova Scotia Linux User Group
Subject: Re: [nSLUG] which linux??

distro=puppy linux 2.xx

--- Doug Kampen <dougkampen at eastlink.ca> wrote:

> Hi all,
> New here, use to use linux when working with the
> military in the weather
> office in Halifax dockyard.It has been a while but
> am getting worried about
> my computer being hacked, I have all my banking info
> and my online business
> info and accounts on this pc. I'm currently running
> winxp (came with the
> system) and want to keep it for the kids when they
> are here on the weekends.
> I have a copy of Norton Partition Magic (full retail
> copy) so can cut up the
> hd as much as I want.within reason.I have about 60
> gig free space right now.
> SO back to my question.which linux do I use? A
> commercial copy or a free
> one? Where do I get it? I've been trying to dl a
> copy but it's taking 3 days
> so far and only have the first 3 disk iso's. 
> Help! ;)
> Doug
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