Re: [OFFTOPIC] Downloading linux & obCircle

From: Phillip A. Ames (kirk47@JUNO.COM)
Date: 10/29/98

On Thu, 29 Oct 1998 16:29:11 -0800 Jeffrey Hanks <jeffhanks@YAHOO.COM>
>Typically you will create a pair of image disks that will start the
>installation, then depending on what distribution you are using, the
>rest of installation could be via FTP (using 'dselect' in Debian),
>CD-ROM (if you bought a CD), from a DOS drive, or even from floppies

Hehehehe, I installed ALL of slackware from 3.5" disks :)  Stayed up all
night doing it too!  My suggestion would be to grab a CD of it, that's
the easiest I've ever installed it with.

I know this is an idiotic question, but I have to ask anyway...  Is there
a way to redirect a player's telnet to a different port?


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