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the wonderful world of Linux
Help requests go here if you are new to the wonderful world of Linux and need help getting started
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turns out i think that i made my first ever postings right here years ago when i finally got online with linux, a HUGE thrill at the time
luv to help new folks get going with linux and now that i have a few years under my belt, should be able to help out a few
and of course there is no end to the wonders of linux, to learn from for anyone
at least some folks look at it that way
currently distro hopping, but i think overall so far, pclos (~07-9) has been one of my favorites, but lotsa good stuff out there also
easy as possible with a focus on the OS gets my attention quick, but a positive spin to linux prob means more for me these days, along with what exactly a particular distro is about, there are some things that i will certainly not support
seems to me there is alot of nonsense out there that typically comes with linux
but, diff strokes for diff folks and of course, a big beaut with linux is an abundance of options
recently checked out vector 6 light for the first time which i liked along with pclos 2010 phoenix, both in vmware
EDIT - oops, thought i was posting in feedback and suggestions
Last edited by jonyo; 12-19-2011 at 09:31 PM.
No problem, coffee lounge is the right place. Welcome back.Registered Linux user #526930
thx, just found this also
Linux Forums - Where People Come For Linux Help
i like the choice of "people" here, means everyone
after glancing at the rules, i like these parts also
Obviously as a publicly-accessible community we have guidelines of what is acceptable and what is not so that we remain just that - a happy, vibrant community.no religious posts, political posts,
not sure about this part?no cross-posting, or redirect links
in Forum Etiquette, this part jumps out
Don't be disrespectful toward other distributions or operating systems
Last edited by jonyo; 12-20-2011 at 04:01 PM.