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Postby llivv » 2009-12-19 21:36

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Re: New Build

Postby Steelaworkn » 2009-12-19 22:19

I'm not a total newbee. I've been messing with Linux stuff for a little while. I started messing with Fedora at Core 7. When F10 came out I really started messing around with it. I've got several Linux and Unix systems on VB. I've just started trying out Debian. I even have Clark Connect installed and will get that going. (Don't try to hack into my network until I have some more time with it :D ). So, I've messed with Mint, Ubuntu and Kbuntu, Puppy and OpenSolaris and Solaris. I even have Zonbu on a VM. Now that doesn't mean I know very much. It just means I like to mess around.
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Postby llivv » 2009-12-19 23:08

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Re: New Build

Postby Steelaworkn » 2009-12-20 01:59

So, I just got done resetting my PIII build to the same source list that is on my VB. I used aptitude to remove the old flash from the adobe web-site. Then I installed the flash from the backport packages. Seems to work pretty good. Fun stuff.
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