Willing to help!
fernando.lujan at yahoo.com.br
Thu Jan 5 13:31:16 GMT 2006
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
2) Include the xorgconfig and xcfg in the
3) Give the option to install SMP or 64 kernels during
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
Thanks in advance.
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