[Wolves] Need some help!

Helen Randle wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Tue Aug 12 19:30:09 2003

> Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2003 18:37:23 +0000
> From: Jayne Heger <jayne@sphynx.clara.co.uk>
> To:  wolves@mailman.lug.org.uk
> Subject: Re: [Wolves] Need some help!
> Reply-To: wolves@mailman.lug.org.uk
> Helen Randle wrote:
> >Having been on the list for a few days now, and been reading the
> >messages, I thought it was about time I posted something.
> >
> Welcome ;)
Thank you
> >
> >I'm looking to convert to Linux, but don't really know where to
> >start. I've read some stuff on various websites, but I don't
> >understand it all. The bit I did understand was where it said to
> >contact my local LUG, which I obviously have done! :-)
> >
> Yeah, we are all a friendly bunch here ;)
I had noticed. I've been getting lots of friendly replies
> >
> >I need some advice on what Linux to go for. I'm kind of drawn towards
> > the off the shelf in a box type, as they seem easiest to work with
> >(I'm not a computer novice, but I don't get all the kernel and
> >stuff!), but there are quite a few to choose from. I know what I need
> >my computer to do, but that seems more relevant to applications than
> >OS (Ok, so I'll probably need help with that too!)
> >
> As Steve has said I use SuSE, its what I've always used and it is
> really easy to set up, easier than Windows in my opinion.
Ok. Sounds good
> If you ever need any help in setting it up feel free to email me with
> any questions and I'll do my best to help.