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this person isn't on vox, so please cc his account.

pete


begin Evelyn <tallpebble@sysmatrix.net> 
> Greetings:
> I am trying so desperately to learn this linux system but it is not as 
> user friendly as some other systems.  I have installed linux on my 
> system but there is a lot of configuring that needs to be done.  Things 
> like my printer, video card, kmail and the like would be nice if they 
> worked properly.  
> 
> I find that there is a lot of things that involve the internet in which 
> an inconceivable amount of tar, rpm and ghost files can be found. There 
> is an equal amount of help web sites as well.  
> 
> This might be a huge stretch but I figure I have nothing to lose if I 
> don't ask.  At the next installfest can there be some sort of internet 
> access?  This would be very useful in not only verifying if internet 
> applications and the like work but also having the fore said files 
> (rpm,tar, whatever) to our disposal.  
> 
> I want to make my linux system work so it can be user friendly for my 
> wife.  She is starting to drive me crazy and wants me to put windoze 
> back up.  I might bring home the bacon but she is the one who cooks it 
> for me and the kids. :)
> 
> Jim George
> auto technician at Swift Jeep in Davis
> 757-3770
> 
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