[SATLUG] (fwd) Kunbunutu Help
satlug at sbcglobal.net
Tue Aug 2 21:42:24 CDT 2011
It's a Volunteer group, so if you feel like volunteering, I seriously
doubt those here assembled would try to stop you or anyone else who
chooses to share wisdom. Feel free to suggest alternative distros in
case Kubuntu isn't as much fun as they were told.
Another thought: as a business they might be a little more sensitive to
redistribution and free-ness issues than we generally are. Unfortunately
that often conflicts with out-of-box usability, so strive for balance.
Thanks for responding! --Don
>I may be able to do this. Although Kubuntu is not my specialty. I used
>Gnome Ubuntu for a while and used to love KDE3.5
>KDE has changed alot but GUI are mainly the same. Find the button and
>click it. I am well versed in Linux generally, CLI, client server etc.
>Let me know if you'd like me to take of it Don...
> Mark Mayfield
>On Tue, 2011-08-02 at 18:13 -0500, Don Wright wrote:
>> The message below was sent to the Officers mail. I was hoping someone in
>> the general membership was available to assist. --Don
>> On Tue, 2 Aug 2011 16:43:10 -0500, "Bruce Anderson"
>> <banderson at technology-recycling.com> wrote:
>> I am employed by Technology Recycling/Discount PC. We are a computer
>> recycling company that refurbishes computers for resale to the public.
>> Our owner wants to start installing Kunbuntu on the machines we sell.
>> None of our technicians are familiar with Linux systems. I was
>> wondering if we could arrange for someone from your organization to give
>> us a brief introduction to Kunbuntu so we would be able to demonstrate
>> its basic features to our customers. Our customers are mainly entry
>> level computer users. We are located at 5108 Rittiman, not far from
>> Rack Space. We would prefer if someone could come to our location but
>> we would be willing to go to you. Thank you for your consideration. You
>> may reach me at this e-mail or by phone at 210-967-5400.
>> Bruce Anderson
>> Technology Recycling/Discount PC
>> Be well - or at least have interesting symptoms!
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