[Gllug] does anybody here do domestic linux install/support ?

Phil Reynolds phil at tinsleyviaduct.com
Thu Feb 12 08:54:45 UTC 2004

On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 08:41:32AM +0000, Stephan Bourgeois wrote:
> Following this fascinating thread about PC World, I had the impression 
> someone here might be doing domestic install / support.
> A colleague of mine has an old PII 600Mhz 10GB/64MB running, or rather, 
> crashing Windoze 98. He's heard me so much talk of Linux that he would 
> like to switch. He thought of buying a new machine or upgrading his but 
> he doesn't know how set up his cablemodem, email, etc...
> This is a job I would take if I wasn't busy. 1. advice on hardware, 2. 
> install a desktop linux (firebird-thunderbird, Oo, Java, Flash, 
> Realplayer, microsoft fonts, xfce), 3.configure the internet, copy data 
> from his Windoze drive. He has a budget for this (including paying for 
> the linux install and advice). Is anybody here doing this sort of thing 
> for a living ?

Not for an actual living but it's the sort of thing I'd happily do.

Phil Reynolds
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