|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] A Possible Solution?
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Elfen Magix wrote:
> I notice that the dumb and hopeless masses of the windows world in my college are interested in using Linux and eventually switch to it one day. But many of them have bought new laptops and netbooks, which comes with Windows X/Vista/7 on it, and are afraid to erase the drive for it would void their warentee (So says the warentee).
> I also noticed that many of these new systems can boot from the USB and other media card slots (if they have them). What I intend to do is to set up a couple of 4 - 8 GB USB Flash drives with Ubuntu on them and give them out; see how that will work for them. If they like it, They may switch to Linux in a couple of months.
> Let see what happens.
My experience with the HP Mini hasn't been simple. There are a lot of