[Nottingham] Multi Boot

David Bean david at dbean.uklinux.net
Tue Jan 6 23:54:50 GMT 2004

On Tue, 2004-01-06 at 23:34, Jim Driscoll wrote:
> Hello,
> On 6 Jan 2004, at 23:22, David Bean wrote:
> > Last week I (accidentally) nuked my partition table trying to install
> > Solaris x86. I had made a backup of my system beforehand. As my debian
> > sarge install was only about 3Gb, and all my data on a remote server, I
> > have some space left of my 20Gb Disk.
> >
> > What other operating systems/linux distributions should I try?
> >
> >
> Err, all of them? :-)

Sorry, the point was I have limited time and bandwidth for them all...

> I suppose you might want to have a play with FreeBSD or OpenBSD. Or 
> (linux distros) maybe SuSE (do a full install! Go on!), Mandrake or 
> Slackware. But basically it all depends on what you generally use that 
> box for.

Learning about computers mainly, sometimes programming, desktop stuff
too (web).

Hurd is cross installing at the moment.

> Jim

David Bean

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