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but I was able at one point in time to configure a working Slackware 10.2 installation with the 2.4 kernel.So I was editing and must have messed up because then xwindows wouldn't launch, then i lost the command prompt somewhere (kernel panic something-or-other)... I saw that everywhere everyone had it more or less just install and work with their hardware, and that was exactly what I was looking for. I suppose I've gotten a bit long-winded, but I will download and attempt an install with the CD version next, I just try to use DVDs because they are easier and cheaper. DVD's are cheaper, but in my experience with ubuntu installs (Linux for that matter) CD's were ALWAYS the best way to go! I have NEVER had a problem installing ANY linux OS's! Try order the cd's from It takes a couple of weeks to recieve them, but they are of good quality.This could lead to local users manipulating the Avahi service.Welcome to Linux Questions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

Possibly a fix for whatever, or may be something is only half configured from the installation (I've had that problem before) that'll throw up an error message telling you what to do.

There are several users active on the system so I was hoping to get some confidence in doing this update. That being said, they seem to be using the internal updater.

Is it safe to update from 6.0.1 to 6.0.2 using my update ( apt-get ) ?

So I was editing and must have messed up because then xwindows wouldn't launch, then i lost the command prompt somewhere (kernel panic something-or-other)... I saw that everywhere everyone had it more or less just install and work with their hardware, and that was exactly what I was looking for. I suppose I've gotten a bit long-winded, but I will download and attempt an install with the CD version next, I just try to use DVDs because they are easier and cheaper.

Thanks for the advice Well I am dual booting with XP Pro SP2 (need DX9 for games and whatnot)...

Possibly a fix for whatever, or may be something is only half configured from the installation (I've had that problem before) that'll throw up an error message telling you what to do.There are several users active on the system so I was hoping to get some confidence in doing this update. That being said, they seem to be using the internal updater.Is it safe to update from 6.0.1 to 6.0.2 using my update ( apt-get ) ?So I was editing and must have messed up because then xwindows wouldn't launch, then i lost the command prompt somewhere (kernel panic something-or-other)... I saw that everywhere everyone had it more or less just install and work with their hardware, and that was exactly what I was looking for. I suppose I've gotten a bit long-winded, but I will download and attempt an install with the CD version next, I just try to use DVDs because they are easier and cheaper.Thanks for the advice Well I am dual booting with XP Pro SP2 (need DX9 for games and whatnot)...I went ahead and installed in text mode, and I am able to access the recovery console, I have a prompt and am logged in as root, but I have no idea what to change/edit. ) Dont know what your problem could be due to (maybe a bad cd/dvd) I think that you mentioned installing useing a DVD. If you dont have any other OS on your HD (not Dual-booting) then wipe the HD and try Re-installing. (she has all the drivers that were necessary to get my Printer, Wireless adapter up and running without any manual configuration) Hp deskjet 3820 and Linksys wusb11.