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    Hi To My Fellow Penguins!

    Hey I'm not new out on the ice. I do know somewhat about Linux, and can swim. Just can't dive into it.

    I have tried about every main distro from Arch to Ubuntu. But I never got that deep into it. Just skimmed the surface. I got deeper so into Ubuntu. Just hate sudo...

    I now have a dedicated PC for Linux, so I can try out different distros. Currently playing with Debian. It's been an experience.

    I may be known as Mind. A shortage from my usual online alias, MindoverMaster. Also known as MoM, but I'd prefer not to discuss that.

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    Administrator jayd512's Avatar
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    Welcome aboard, Mind!

    Lots o' good info to be found here.
    Enjoy the Linux experience!

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    Linux Engineer MASONTX's Avatar
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    Glad to have you join us.
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    Welcome to the forums.

    IMHO, if you touched Arch? You are in the deep end of the pool already.
    Linux User #489667

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    Hi and Welcome to the LinuxForums !
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    I barely even touched Arch. So no, I didn't get much into it at all. Thanks for the warm Welcome!

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    Even being able to install Arch is a feat.

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    I had a good friend help me with it. So I didn't really have to figure out how to install it.

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    Linux Newbie champ_weller's Avatar
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    Sep 2011
    Well any level linux user is welcome in this forum trust me we all have a ton of patience hows debian working for you i have always thought about using it but never took the dive i am running ubuntu 11.04

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    Yeah, Ubuntu is like a safe spot. There is little configuration you need to do.

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