On 26/10/2007, Martin Cox <martin.a.cox(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Bare with me here, I think I've got it - I hope.
Sort of :-)
I was hoping to come along to the next meeting at Keele, I'm a bit of a noob
when it comes to Linux though (well, not a beginner but more of an
intermediate level), but, I've got an interest, so why not?!
Right so tell us a bit about your experiance (Nothing fancy) What distro do
When is the next one arranged for? How many people will be attending?
If you attend it will be increased by a factor of 1 ;-)
I work at Keele too, so that's kind of handy for me.
So you have no excuse then, I live 30 mile away.
Arch Linux is an independent i686-optimized community distribution for
intermediate and advanced Linux users. Utilising a Rolling Release System
packages are regularly updated and an ISO release is just a snapshot to the
stable packages at that time. So there's no need for a fresh install the
command 'pacman –Syu' upgrades the whole system.