In 2008, I was given a brand new laptop for work. We had moved to GA and I was contributing to the now defunct distrostop.org that a friend had put together. I was much less intertwined with work, church, and had a smaller family. Translation: I had lots more time.
The pictures that follow below are pulled directly from my Picasaweb album and walk the user through the installation process of an older OpenSUSE edition. Why am I publishing this? It’s a shame for a serious quantity of work to be lost.
I won’t bore you with all of the details but will, instead, let the photos speak for themselves.
This incredibly thorough series of images reveals primarily one thing: that I had gratuitous quantities of time. The secondary issue is that OpenSUSE makes a pretty Linux distribution and they’ve been doing it for quite some time.
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