Linux rules!

Written by Guido Jansen in
August 2006

Vandaag met Jeroen op de SGS kamer bezig geweest om alle computers (6 stuks) opnieuw te installeren zodat het nieuwe jaar met een schone lei begonnen kan worden. Bij 2 pc's kregen we het echter niet voor elkaar om daar XP op te installeren (i.v.m. problemen met de Sata driver). Beetje jammer, maar nu het leuke: ik stop in beide pc's de Ubuntu CD en hop: een half uur later staat het OS op de pc, volledig werkend! 't Is dat het niet alleen aan mij ligt maar anders zou ik het wel weten...

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