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Comment Linux in Shoe Box (Score 1) 136

I was using sunOS and HP/UX in the computer lab of my university. A frind of mine rented me a shoe box full of floppy disks. It was one of the first slackware distributions. A year later I could do the same (ie, installing Linux) using a more convenient cd rom. I'm still using linux but I switched to redhat and then to fedora since then

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Submission + - wireless extend for the lazy

kkonrad writes: I'm going to move from my own apartament to a new one 200 meters far from it for 3 months. It's not a definitive move, im leaving the apartament just for some work to be done in the basement. I'm looking for a way to bridge my own wireless (it will remain active) so that i can use it in the new apartament. I'm looking for a solution very fast and easy (and possibly cheap) because im usually very lazy :-) Something that doesn't require me to climb to the roof... Has someone of you been in the same situation? What have you done?

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