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Re: live cd

From: Michael Walker
Subject: Re: live cd
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2011 21:59:11 +0000

Oops, didn't send this to the ML...

On 25 February 2011 21:44, Oz <gnulogic@gmail.com> wrote:
> Debian Gnu/Hurd seems to be complicated to install from what i
> understand because 1 its not a live cd or install cd.  2-you need qemu
> virtulization.  I want to run it natevly as the sole operating system
> on one netbook i have.  i dont know or understand much i am a ubuntu
> gnu/linux user and have been using gnu/linux for a couple of years and
> am truly a noob compared to you guys but want to use a fully free
> system and support the gnu project.  but i need the easiesest route
> possible :)  thats why i was think about the arch hurd live cd.

If you're going to use the graphical one, be warned that that's pretty
much just a proof-of-concept. It's a pet project one of the devs is
working on and is pretty slow/unstable. Also, the official
installation CD is pretty unstable, too.

Michael Walker (http://www.barrucadu.co.uk)

Arch Hurd Developer;      GNU Webmaster;       FSF member #8385
http://www.archhurd.org   http://www.gnu.org   http://www.fsf.org

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