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  1. #81
    Linux Guru Rubberman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonQuixoteMC View Post
    Well, this seems like just the kind of forum I was looking for! Friendly help for Linux AND cookies!?

    I have to say, the random question during account creation was very entertaining. I don't think I can resist asking what it's for. So... What's it for?
    Thanks for the welcome!

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    Not sure, it has been so long since I signed up - they may not have had that back in the dark ages! Anyway, I suspect it is a "robot" detector. Are you human? Ok, you can join the group!
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Greetings,
    I have been using Linux since 1995 or so (around the same time as when I first tried SunOS) and have used some form of Linux or Unix ever since, first acting as a sysadmin in 98. I just realized I was not registered on here (I am on a few other Linux/Unix related forums) so I signed up and answered a few questions. Looks like there are a lot of folks I can learn from here, and hopefully a few I can help with issues. I just installed RHEL 7.2 (now 7.3) on my primary computer (previously had KXStudio and Kali 1.x before that) and am going to set up CentOS 7 on a VM on another notebook so I can sharpen my skills some (most of my Linux experience has been in RHEL for the last decade or so, at least professionally, so it makes sense to set a mini lab up - I only have a single dev subscription to RHEL so any other installs would need to be CentOS-based unless I set up a VM host (the subscription does work for multiple VMs, but most of what I want to do would work fine in CentOS anyway).

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    hello,
    I am new to this forum and i want to resolve one of my problem, that i have put in form of thread here. it is enough to post a thread to get solution or i have to tag someone to my question ???

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    Post you question/problem to the appropriate forum. This is the Coffee Lounge forum which isn't what you need I think.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faiz2045 View Post
    it is enough to post a thread to get solution or i have to tag someone to my question ???
    i think you don't understand how things work on most forums.
    there's only one way to "get solution": all parties (that is most of all YOU) have to work on it.
    it's all community driven and co-operative.

    unless you want to hire somebody to "get solution" for you.

  7. #86
    Hello I'm Saeed, I'd like to find some friends who share my interests and get help to become an advanced gnu/linux user.

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    I think I was a member a while back... made the switch to ubuntu after arch32 was dropped .

    Enjoying Linux.

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