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On 02/18/2013 09:46 PM, Scot A wrote:
> Vincenzo,
> Turns outs I was ill this weekend.
> (Some freak 24+ hour bug.)
> How would you feel about meeting at
> Mishka's this upcoming weekend?
> BTW, may I ask for a CD/DVD copy of
> Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Debian?
> Please let me know.
> Namaste'
> Scot
> (I was briefly at the LUGOD meeting tonight.
> I could not stay for the whole thing so I am
> not sure if you were there or not.)

Are you still up for today 6:15pm at Mishka's?

If yes i'll be the one with a cpacket networks black shirt and the 
lenovo with ubuntu on it.

>
> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Vincenzo Ampolo
> <vincenzo.ampolo@gmail.com <mailto:vincenzo.ampolo@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     On 02/15/2013 11:29 AM, Scot A wrote:
>      > Vincenzo,
>      > I know for sure I have a 2 GB Flash drive around here.
>      > As for the choice of O/S, since Ubuntu is out,
>      > that would leave Mint or Xubuntu.
>      > Are there any other comparable O/S that
>      > rank with Xubuntu?
>      > Thanks again for your help!
>      > Namaste'
>      > Scot
>
>     Hi Scot,
>
>     2Gb should be enough for almost any distro, so don't worry about it. But
>     as others already pointed out, I would check that your 10 years old pc
>     can boot from usb. It was not common at that time to boot from usb
>     indeed.
>
>     Diclaimer: this is my personal preference and I don't wanna start a
>     distro-war.
>
>     This is the selection I would try:
>     Lubuntu
>     Xubuntu
>     Debian
>
>     Debian will fit on everything, and ubuntu/lubuntu/xubuntu/kubuntu are
>     just a pimped debian.
>
>     If you don't like debian based you can go with:
>     Fedora (it may not work since it's heavy, like ubuntu)
>     Opensuse
>     Slackware
>     and many others...
>
>     Also, we can meet at mishkas this weekend and try to figure out what
>     works and what doesn't if you are around.
>
>     --
>     Vincenzo Ampolo
>     http://goshawknest.wordpress.com/
>     http://vincenzo-ampolo.net/
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http://vincenzo-ampolo.net/
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