Thanks, I'll give it a go then.
>Is there any real point to
>running Linux if you're isolated
>from the 'Net and the
>rest of the LAN is
>all Windows-based? Yes, the software
>is free. Larry
I'm all for free software! Most of what I run on my PCs today is free. Well, free-after-rebate, which isn't exactly free, but it's still cheap.
I'm sure I'm wrong, but I have this idea that the software available for Linux is either scarce, of limited interest, or low-quality, or some combination of the three. Got any URLs where I can be shown how wrong that perception is?