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Re: [Gnumed-devel] I get the Darwin Computing award of the year

From: Richard Terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] I get the Darwin Computing award of the year
Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2003 14:14:17 +1100
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I'm starting to agree on Debian, I'm sticking with it from now, via libranet. 
Everything runs smoothly (touch wood) so far. 

Have everything back on now. Permanantly lost all my mail for last 2 months 
(found an old backup to start October), + private letters, gnuMed 
documentation/screen dumps (most of which should be on the web site 
somewhere), iso images for libranet, md9.2, smeserver etc, and of course I'll 
have to go through the whole gnumed install again when I get the courage.



On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 01:38 pm, Elizabeth Dodd wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 21:32, Richard Terry wrote:
> > Depressing aint it.
> >
> > I know you will all find this easy to believe, I'm almost too embarrassed
> > to mention it, but I'll need some info from some of you
> I was a contender for this, after I put the raid controller in the machine
> and Mandrake relabelled the hard drives, i didn't even have a hda for lilo
> to look at.
> I put on a number of distros and now have mepis started debian (uses kudzu
> for hardware detection which gave it the edge)
> My problem is that in my mail I had mailing lists as a subdirectory of a
> subdirectory and I didn't copy from those subdirectories (eg
> /home/liz/Mail/ mailinglists/gnumed) when I burnt the Cd for backup.
> However, the change over to Debian and the new software install is sooo
> easy, I'll be converting the laptop when the desktop is finally finished. I
> still think that Debian should be our 'preferred' distro when we're finally
> ready, with livecd install, even though Andreas doesn't think we should
> force people to do so.
> Liz

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