[Linux4christians] not Jesux
Tue, 22 Jan 2002 22:32:50 -0800
Dann S. Washko wrote:
>Red Hat has a kick start (I think that is what it is called) feature that
>allows you to customize the installation completely for distribution
>across multiple machines. Perhaps this would be more towards what you are
>looking to do.
I haven't used it but by my research it appears to be an automater of
their install process... My plan is to create a common place to get
christian linux apps etc. and then release an ISO for a distro that
includes all or a portion of this content and is configured to make use
of this software etc. I don't really see the connection...
In any case, as arguing over a base distro could be forever, I'd like to
shift the focus a little.
What applications do churches and christians use (irregardless of if
that's all who use them or if they are linux programs themselves) ? If
these apps don't run on linux, do you know of comparable solutions?
(eg. MS Office -> koffice/staroffice etc., Bible software, accounting
(for churches) etc....)
Secondly I guess I would ask, what apps do you use on a regular basis
that you find great for getting work done (or not done for that matter ;)
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