Willing to help!

Fernando Lujan fernando.lujan at yahoo.com.br
Thu Jan 5 13:31:16 GMT 2006

Hi all,

I've been using Slackware since 7.0 and now I finally
switch to a new distro. It's a great loss of time to
compile and install dependencies by hand. And the
hardware detection is a mess, since Patrick doesn't
use the 2.6 kernel and so on.

I'm loosing a lot of time compiling dependences to
make my USB can works... For instance... 

Ubuntu community really conquer me. I still love
Slackware, but since it's a one man distro and doesn't
have a so colaborative community I'm switching to

I tried Debian some time ago, but I don't like the
unstable word which I must learn how to live with if I
use some new software. ;)

I have some ideas, let me introduce them:

1) A official non-free software repository. Java and
Acrobat Reader.
2) Include the xorgconfig and xcfg in the
3) Give the option to install SMP or 64 kernels during
the install.

That's it!

Is there a project needing colaborators? I'm
interested in help with packaging our documentation. I
would like a team leader watching and pointing me what
to do.

Thanks in advance. 

Fernando Lujan

Fernando Lujan

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