duanedesign at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 21:57:15 GMT 2010
Good to hear you have had so much success educating people about Ubuntu. I
always felt that if people only knew about Ubuntu and Open Source they would
use Windows and proprietary software much less.
I have some awesome labels for Karmic, including Lightscribe labels. I
downloaded the labels and extracted the English versions in order to try and
make the download smaller. I have put them
If you have any problems retrieving theses let me know, please. I will then
make alternate arrangements as i frequently recommend these to people so if
there is a problem downloading or using them i would love to know.
I noticed you are in Tulsa. There is a small group of us that like to try
and attend the Tulsa LUG meetings when possible. If you have any interest
let us know. The Tulsa Linux Users'
Group<http://tulsalug.org/index.php?title=Main_Page>meets the last
Saturday of each month at the Hardesty
Regional Library <http://www.tulsalibrary.org/hardesty/>.
On Sun, Jan 24, 2010 at 7:36 PM, Jon Ruyle <jonruyle at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Hi all, My name is Jon Ruyle. I'm a 59 year old machinist from Tulsa.
> I've been using Ubuntu since Dapper. I am currently running Jaunty
> along with XP home & Puppy on a dual core E6300 w/ 2GiB DDR2, Jaunty on
> a core2duo E7200 w/ 4 GiB DDR2, Karmic AMD64 & Winblows 7 on a Toshiba
> Satellite w/ 4 GiB of DDR2.
> I wiped Winblows & installed Karmic on laptops that my sons were using
> so I wouldn't have to constantly be dealing with with virus & spyware
> issues. That has worked out so well that my eldest son now wants me to
> wipe Vista & install Ubuntu on his late model Dell desktop machine.
> I just installed Karmic on a Dell Vostro 1000 in place of windows for my
> step-daughter. She was tired of the virus issue as well, since she does
> a lot of music downloads.
> I Recently converted a friend to Ubuntu from Open SuSe. She has been
> totally wowed by it. It seems that the updated manager wasn't working in
> Finally, I converted my sister to Ubuntu on her Dell desktop. She loves
> it & won't look back.
> Enough bragging. I'm here to help in way way I can. I must confess that
> I get most of my problems solved reading how-to's & from the Ubuntu
> forums. I can & do distribute Ubuntu CDs on a regular basis. If anyone
> knows of a good looking 9.10 lightscribe label, pleas let me know.
> Thanks, Jon
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