[NBLUG/talk] Linux kernel talk at SSU

Mark Street jet at sonic.net
Fri Mar 19 11:34:01 PST 2004

Cool!  This guy needs to update his notes though.....


"My personal choice is SuSE for two reasons. First, it comes with a program 
called yast, which is a very nice configuration tools that will aid us in 
installation and determining hardware latter. Second it uses grub as the 
default boot loader, which is the same boot loader I will explain latter in 
this document. A third, hidden reason being, this is the distribution I use 
so I like it the best. SuSE does come with many CD’s of software and 
therefore may not be the most practical to download. Red Hat and Slackware 
both use the lilo boot loader but do not have nearly as many packages."

On Friday 19 March 2004 10:54 am, Augie Schwer wrote:
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> I thought this might be of interest, so I am forwarding it on:
> From: http://www.cs.sonoma.edu
> Jason Armstrong will give a series of talks on configuring and building a
> Linux kernel starting Monday, March 22 at 12:00pm in Darwin 19B. This is
> an excellent opportunity for beginners and more advanced users to learn
> how Linux detects hardware components of a computer system and how to
> customize the various kernel parameters to fully utilize them. For more
> information about these talk, refer to:
> http://www.cs.sonoma.edu/~armstron]http://www.cs.sonoma.edu/~armstron

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