[Dclug] Linux fest around DC?
przemek at jazz.ncnr.nist.gov
Tue Jun 17 12:44:58 EDT 2008
It is for instance clear that the demand -- given appropriate
publicity -- would be there. And with distributions now
occupying one DVD, there would be no need to get into hanging
wires, connections, and all that.
I feel that am becoming a grumpy old stick-in-the-mud for pointing out
these things, but it's not that simple. Most motivated people with
DVDs can live-run or install their machines themselves---installfests
were increasingly handling the problem cases: remember that 16MHz box
with 4MB of memory that we successfully installed in one of the first
installfests? OK maybe not that severe, but we can't assume a working
Actually, it'd be interesting to set up an installfest for all those
WRT54G/Zaurus/NSLU boxes. Much trickier---but this is where the action
is those days.
> > Facts are meaningless. You could use facts to prove anything that's
> > even remotely true! - Homer
Arun, where did you get this? is it from the Iliad or the Odyssey?
No, it's the other Great and Timeless Bard, the Homer Simpson.
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