On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, Blaine C. Armsterd wrote: > Okay, i'm a vetern c coder but just geting heavy into circle. > > I just lost my test site for the mud i code for and i need another. > > Is my best option just to install linux on my system and forget the internet? > If you do this, where do I start getting linux (i'm an experienced dos user, > and i think linux will suit my needs more now) > > If this isn't my best option: what do you recomment? > Nod, get linux, it rocks for programming the mud locally. You can get it off ftp.cdrom.com in /pub/linux/slackware-3.0, or if that one doesn't work, the earlier version /pub/linux/slackware-2.3 (3.0 wouldn't work for me).. You need a rootdisk, bootdisk, and the linux disks in /pub/linux/slackware-x.x/slakware .. the "a" disks are the main linux disks, but you'll also need the main compiling ones (d I think) and probably a few others. Check the docs there on which disks do what.
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