Setting Up a Base Linux Install on a Laptop
Linux Journal tells us how to
set up a base Linux install on a Laptop.
"This time I would like discuss
a few ways to get the laptop up and running with a base Linux install.
Your first step is selecting a distribution. I have been using Debian
for about five years now and have grown quite accustomed to it. As a
result, much of this article tilts to the way Debian does things.
The goal of this article is to get you up and running with Debian Sid
and the 2.4.20 kernel."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 26, 2003 )
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