7 Jan 2003 allanf   » (Observer)


I used ZipSlack here for a few days. My conclusion: it sucks. I've wasted the whole week downloading packages and it still doesn't works fine. There's allways a missing library or something.. The worse is that pkgtool doesn't tell's me what i need to download for the program to work(dependencies is the name i think). I decided that i'll create a new partition here with FIPS, and install Debian 2.2 (I have the installation CD), then i upgrade to Debian 3.0 later (Its hard to download big stuff here, i have a 28800 bauds per second modem :/ ).

I and Free Software

I finish translating that HOWTO's. I'm waiting for the guys at the mail list to respond me, so i'll send'em the HOWTO's for them to publish it.


I ask you who read this to mail me with suggestions about how to learn programming, how to help free software, information about that FIPS program, or anything interesting. Also, if you have a project and need help, mail me.
Finally, my mail: _liquid@linuxmail.org
That's all.

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