PCLinuxOS Magazine October 2006
Issue 2

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  1. My Linux ExperienceIf was very surprised at how easy it was. It took about 20 minutes, and I had an awesome new distro to use. I think PCLinuxOS is the easiest OS that I have ever used.
  2. EduLOS: Yet another edu-linux version?eduLinux- eduknopppix- edubuntu,... Is there a need for another one?
  3. Creating Your Own Web SiteIf you learn the basics and your page renders itself wrong or causes trouble you will be able to find the problem.
  4. I Love Old ComputersHonestly, there's nothing like holding a laptop on your lap that does what you want it to.
  5. Good and Bad Computer PractiseDevelop good computer discipline, and your system will stay up indefinitely. Adopt bad computer practise, and your system is in danger of falling apart at the seams.
  6. My Journey into LinuxI have found PCLinuxOS to be as stable as a 12 legged coffee table. With the release of Open Office 2, I could finally leave Windows behind and I now use it for all of my school related activities.
  7. A Simplified Guide to Multibooting for the BeginnerRemember, as with all things Linux, there are many ways of doing things and the method above is only my opinion of what would be easiest for the first time multi-booter.
  8. Review: Linux Distributions for ChildrenAim: To find and install a Linux distro which provides a safe environment for my son. I'm looking for an easy install, a secure and child-friendly GUI, strictly limited Internet access and a reasonable range of software to play with.
  9. How Many Forum Users Does it Take to Change a Light Bulb?Funny stuff!
  10. The Freedom We ShareWhen a new house is built, the builder does not say to the buyer, "You may never make any alterations to this house. It may not be painted. No rooms may be added. No fixture may be replaced with newer or different ones. And you may never resell this house."
  11. We've Come A Long Way, BabyFor some of you, this will be memory lane, while for others it may be insight into the greatest technological development period in mankind's history.
  12. British English - HOW TOIf you are installing PCLinuxOS and you wish to use British English, here is what you need to do: