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... and rubbish at introductions! I'm 22, live in Norway and I make furniture for a living. I've been toying with the idea of switching over to Linux for a ...
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- 01-29-2014 #1
Hi, I'm new...
I'm 22, live in Norway and I make furniture for a living.
I've been toying with the idea of switching over to Linux for a couple of years now, but being a forever OS optimist, I kept hoping Windows would get better. Turns out it didn't, so here I am!
I am almost a complete n00b with Linux, except for a dodgy encounter with Mint a few years back, so expect me to ask a lot of questions you've probably answered a hundred times before, and just act n00bish in general.
- 01-29-2014 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
- Virginia, USA
- 01-29-2014 #3I prefer Linux Mint Debian Edition
- 01-29-2014 #4
- 01-29-2014 #5
Welcome to the board and ask away.
Getting up to speed with Linux is a lot easier than it used to be, you'll be happy you did in the long run.
- 01-30-2014 #6
Thank you all!
I've taken this test thing to see which distro I should pick, and all the ones I was already considering came up, so I'm going to take your advice, Mizzle, and try Mint out
- 01-31-2014 #7
Welcome to the forum. Glad to have you join us. Maybe you can make some furniture for our coffee lounge.Registered Linux user #526930
- 02-01-2014 #8
I am kinda a noob too, been using Linux off and on since Red Hat first came out (I guess I bought discs at Comp USA)
currently using Ubuntu, and have conquered many problems that faced me, just ask for help and do a search on the internet (that really help)
I have actually found many fixes and created many fixes in my short career with Linux...but I recently booted (kicked the habit) of using Windows and am now a full time Linux user
so once again Welcome!
- 02-01-2014 #9
Thank you, again
And of course I can make some furniture for the Coffee Lounge
- 02-01-2014 #10
- Join Date
- Mar 2013
OK, I'll wait to sit at a table made by you!
What exactly do you use Linux FOR? Do you use like, CAD programs for designing your furniture or something? Ask away.....