[CS-FSLUG] Good distro for the MSI Wind

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Mon Mar 2 03:38:37 CST 2009

Chad Fluegge wrote:
> They're both doing great! Thanks for asking. :-) My wife had kidney
> stones while pregnant with our first baby. They had to deliver the baby
> early as a result of my wife developing preeclampsia. They have since
> dealt with the stones, as well as removed the stint. 


> Our baby daughter is doing well. She will have been in the hospital for
> a month come Monday. The only thing keeping her there is her feeding and
> breathing; she has to be able to eat and breathe on her own. She's
> almost got the breathing down and we're working on her feeding.


> I do appreciate your concern! :-)
> As far as the modules are concerned - can't remember if I mentioned it
> earlier or not - I think that they are for the portable version; the one
> you can install on a flashdrive. I installed their 3.5 version on vmware
> inside of my vista laptop. It is really nice. I haven't really been able
> to put it through its paces, though, because I don't have a flashdrive
> here with me to test out that aspect of it. Obviously, because of
> vmware, I can't test out the 3d or wireless drivers either. On my other
> machines that I have 3.5 RC6 installed on, I have wireless and 3d video
> working ootb.
> I like Dream Linux. If you give it a try, I'm sure that you will like it
> too. :-)
> Well, gotta' go. Have to get up at 4am to go to work for one day. I've
> been on unemployment since my daughter was born, but my boss is in a jam
> and needs some help, so I have to go all the way home for a days worth
> of work! :-)

Well, it is the right thing to do, and who knows.....just might get rehired.

> Thanks again for your concern. We appreciate your prayers in the matter!

As always....MUST do that for each other!


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