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Dell OptiPlex GX110 (Mint)


Debian GNU/Linux 2.2r2 was installed from CD-ROM (15 December 2000) and immediately upgraded to unstable. This is a desktop machine with an external modem for network connection and acts as the Internet gateway for a small network.

Mint is a dual boot machine with the first partition as NTFS (C: Drive). The second partition (originally a D: Drive) was deleted during the Debian install and partitioned as:

        Partition 8.5GB as linux ext2 /dev/hda2
        Partition 200MB as linux swap /dev/hda3


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