[PD] i had a dream ... (two souls in my breast)

shreeswifty bigswift at ufl.edu
Fri Oct 31 18:12:27 CET 2003

i cannot answer all your questions grasshopper but this list
and a local linux users group in your area is the best way to go.
most major programs have development lists or communities that 
will assist in installation.



On Fri Oct 31 10:37:40 EST 2003, Dirk Koritnik 
<dk at schwingkreise.de> wrote:

> ... this morning:
> in that dream there was my good old 700 mhz win desktop pc
> with a linux installed and a fine running pd with gridflow and 
> gem running
> like hell on it... ... but, ups, wait.. linux.?. after so many 
> days and nights spending
> in front of this mysthical pinguin, with the feeling of never 
> understood less about
> computers than in that moment ?  try again to discover the 
> unknown depths of your comp ?
> spending weeks for figuring out why your hardware dont work ? be 
> horrorfied by a monster
> called unix ? hmmm. YES
> i think its a good winter to wake up the pinguin again and try to 
> learn something
> usefull ....
> ok heres my question to all the experts and freaks:
> please help
> , which linux you would prefer ? the goal is to run pd/gridflow 
> (oh how wonderfull it could be) etc.
> and to learn about linux ? debian, mandrake, suse, red hat and i 
> heard about a special multimedie linux, but
> forgot its name. tell me ...
> , where can i find good instructions for a weak win user, who 
> wants to experience all this compiling stuff etc ?
> , is there a tutorial or something which can bring me to my goal, 
> step by step  ? (ok, surly not available, the install linux/pd 
> tutorial for dummies)
> in one sentence, i am looking for a guru who leads me through the 
> dark path of personal operating systems..
> thanx for reading
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Patrick Pagano, B.S.
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Digital Worlds Institute
University Of Florida
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