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Old 24th June, 2006, 05:54 AM
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Hey yall! Wats up!? Me I want to install suse9.2 and fold on the os.One prob? I need disk 4.I banged it up real bad.Ran over with 05 chevy cavilier.lol I got the 9.2 from old roomy.But he wont make me a copy of disk 4.So was wondering where can find a free one?I use alcohol 120 with abax crack.Just was wondering if possible?Thanx ~Andy Long Live And Fold Home!!
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Hey Andy ! Long time no see Guys Andy is in Nashville can we send him the cd he needs or an advice? Thanks !
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only have suse 9 :|
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Sorry I just realised SUSE is not a free version of linux ! If you bought it you may claim another cd I think. If not why not using a free version???
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Old 24th June, 2006, 12:01 PM
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Check out Distrowatch

http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=suse

9.2 should be free .Scroll down and you should find what you are looking for.
Ithink even the latest flavour is free ,you just don't get support etc
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yah i think with suse you pay for the manuals and the support that comes with it, not the software itself
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You should consider the latest Ubuntu distro, I've found it to be quite impressive..
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I would start ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/ there to just download the CD that you need.
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Sorry I just realised SUSE is not a free version of linux ! If you bought it you may claim another cd I think. If not why not using a free version???
Actually Suse is free... There is a commercial version, which you can purchase for around ~60 - 80 $. It includes the manuals and installation support. I usually buy every third or fourth version as they come out every six months or so.

You can read more at:
http://en.opensuse.org/Welcome_to_openSUSE.org

As far as installing 9.2, I would recommend going for 10.0 instead. The upgrades in the kernel are worth it. I upgrade to 10.1 last week and haven't run into any problems (once I upgrade the sound packages from packman that is.. I really hate the DMCA and DRM!!!!!)
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My goodness I just got arround to checking this post.So its free?Cool!I think I mentioned I got the suse five disc pacage from my old roomate.He had copied his discs.I just banged op #4.lol I dont have time at the moment to check the above sites and download the os Suse 9.2.Heck I havent ever downlosded to disor files to copy to dsc.Yes I am learning stuff pc wize backwards.lol Anyway thankyou for the responces and such~Andy
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