Installing F7 by CD and not by DVD
res at ausics.net
Mon Jun 4 22:08:14 UTC 2007
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upgrade your hardware to use our software ....... sounds M$ familiar
To the OP there are plent yof other distros (all of others) that provide
CD's, slack, suse, ubuntu...
On Mon, 4 Jun 2007, Scott van Looy wrote:
> Today Tim did spake thusly:
>>>> Not around here. Repeated assertions, on this list, that DVD drives are
>>>> not that expensive smacks of "let them eat cake."
>> David Boles:
>>> Really? They cost more than that where you are? How much more? I am
>>> about ordering from The Internet, you order, you pay, you install (takes
>>> screwdriver) and not from the local 'swindle shop' down the street.
>> As I'd already commented the other day, DVD burners are around $90
>> Australian, whether on-line, a computer wholesaler, a small computer
>> shop, all about the same as each other, unless there's a special. To
>> save on doing currency conversions, that's around a days wages for a lot
>> of people, just a bit under for those who get paid a bit better. But,
>> either way, it's not pocket money. Even a simpler DVD-ROM might be
>> around $60-70.
>>> They don't do that where you are? Wherever that is. Again. Not my
>> On-line costs are similar to buying from a shop, sometimes more
>> expensive when you factor in postage and handling.
> They're 29.99 on ebay, that's for dual layer DVD burners. Found one with free
> delivery for $54 from an online shop, again, that's a dual layer DVD burner.
> Pretty sure a simple DVD-ROM will be a lot cheaper... ;)
> Anyways, that's what the liveCD is for, right?
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