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    Order-of-setup?

    With rough installation of K3.2 complete, and partitions (almost) in order, I'm wondering what should come next. If all goes well, my two rigs (Cel 800 and Athlon 900) will both dual-boot (Lilo) Win2k and Knx/Debian and be (Samba?) networked. On the Athlon, I guess, I'll run an Epson 880 printer, a Canon D46U scanner, and an older HP (int) burner. Both have HaM (intel-chipped) dial-up modems. My Athlon is running everything smoothly in Windows, so I'm not rushed to get any particular device in service.
    Comments, please? Suggested reading ?
    Chada

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    I don't know if you were looking for linux reading suggestions in general, but if so I would recommend checking out RUTE.

    http://rute.2038bug.com/

    You can get a hard copy over at www.amazon.com too.

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    Order-of-setup?

    Thanks, aay; I ought to have been a little clearer. What I question is whether my remaining chores ought to be taken in any particular order, or if it really makes little difference.
    Chada

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