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anyone know where i buy/get a copy of Yellow Dog Linux other than online ?? any help would be great.
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Use Debian.

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will it work on a mac ??
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what about suse linux? (www.novell.com)
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suse is what i recommend


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I am running novell's Suse build, debian is nice too.

Suse is supported really well.


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http://www.yellowdoglinux.com/resour..._mirrors.shtml


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LOL
Sorry, mis-read your post, thought you want to know how to get one online.
What's wrong with download it & burn it yourself?

(Love my 15 MBs Fios pipe at home )

Just check out the various stores like MicroCenter and BestBuy and stuff, they might carry a book or something with a copy of it.


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http://www.yellowdoglinux.com/resources/ftp_mirrors.shtml
exactly what i was looking for thank you very much.
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hey long, want to upgrade that FIOS to 30/5, let me pay for the difference and colocate dcsportbikes.net there?

I'd do it but no FIOS in Ashburn..


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hey long, want to upgrade that FIOS to 30/5, let me pay for the difference and colocate dcsportbikes.net there?

I'd do it but no FIOS in Ashburn..
There are only 3 problems with that:
1. There is no static IP, so you need a Dynamic DNS
2. Verizon blocks port 80, so you need a web hop
3. I'm moving to Sterling at the end of the month. Don't know if FIOS is available there.


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Use Debian.

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For a Mac YellowDog Linux is really the most useful distro to use if GreyGhost is new to the loonix.

That being said, I run debian on everything including my last two Macs so if you ever need help Grey just let me know.
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Use Debian.

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For a Mac YellowDog Linux is really the most useful distro to use if GreyGhost is new to the loonix.

That being said, I run debian on everything including my last two Macs so if you ever need help Grey just let me know.
cool, i'm are using it as a network monitoring box and that's all it's gonna do. If you have any suggestions on what programs to use that would be great.
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hey long, want to upgrade that FIOS to 30/5, let me pay for the difference and colocate dcsportbikes.net there?

I'd do it but no FIOS in Ashburn..
There are only 3 problems with that:
1. There is no static IP, so you need a Dynamic DNS
2. Verizon blocks port 80, so you need a web hop
3. I'm moving to Sterling at the end of the month. Don't know if FIOS is available there.

Try these guys they are great.


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Use Debian.

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For a Mac YellowDog Linux is really the most useful distro to use if GreyGhost is new to the loonix.

That being said, I run debian on everything including my last two Macs so if you ever need help Grey just let me know.
cool, i'm are using it as a network monitoring box and that's all it's gonna do. If you have any suggestions on what programs to use that would be great.
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