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Rocks sounds cool
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Thursday, November 13, 2003
but Cluster Knoppix is so much more tempting for the wavering masses not sure if they're ready to commit the resources. Part of being open is being accessible after all. I know it's an unreasonable whine, but what the heck, the forum was empty and I thought I'd start the party. I suppose I should just get the iso and look at it, but can you tell me if the biobrew packages per se are kept in a form separate from the rock distros. Thanks Ahfoo



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Rocks sounds cool
Submitted by Nobody; posted on Thursday, November 13, 2003
but Cluster Knoppix is so much more tempting for the wavering masses not sure if they're ready to commit the resources. Part of being open is being accessible after all. I know it's an unreasonable whine, but what the heck, the forum was empty and I thought I'd start the party. I suppose I should just get the iso and look at it, but can you tell me if the biobrew packages per se are kept in a form separate from the rock distros. Thanks Ahfoo
Rocks sounds cool
Submitted by Glen Otero; posted on Thursday, March 11, 2004
You can tell I don't check this forum. I'm on the biobrew-discuss mailing list. But to answer your question, while based on Rocks, BioBrew is its own distro and is downloaded separately.

 

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