Michael Bramer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> One Idea: Have one (or more) Systems their and show the Install of
>> Debian. Let the User install Debian and give help, so they can walk
>> through a complete Setup of Debian and if they have Problems they can
>> ask for help. So they can go home with a little knowledge about the
> We can show a debian installation if we get a forum or beamer at the
> booth. Maybe we can show something at the debianday, but imho a show at
> the booth is better.
Hmm, thats a thing i can do. A Standard Installation (with tasksel and
dselect) until i boot KDE or Gnome or some other WM. Together with
Postfix, an small Apache / MySQL Setup (with php4). So they see its
really easy to setup a LAMP System.
For this we need either a (fast, flat-rate) Internetconnection on the booth, the
woody CD-Set or a local Server.
If Russel does the SE Setup on my System before the LT i install an
ftpmirror on this machine. So we can use the "Crack this machine" i368
for the local ftp-mirror too. Thats better than the 8 CDs of Woody. :)
-- begin OjE-ist-scheisse.txt bye, Joerg Registered Linux User #97793 @ http://counter.li.org end
-- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.3 : Tue Apr 23 2002 - 12:22:48 CEST