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Hey I am new here. I am also relatively new to Linux. I was getting pretty good at Unix about 10 years ago and laid it down. Recently, I have ...
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    Just wanted to say Hello!


    Hey I am new here. I am also relatively new to Linux. I was getting pretty good at Unix about 10 years ago and laid it down.

    Recently, I have decided to start putting in Dell Servers with Redhat or Fedora installed running Samba at some of my clients locations. It's coming back to me, slowly.

    Anyway I just wanted to say hello!

    Shane

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    Welcome aboard.
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    Welcome, ChromeBeast!

    Recently, I have decided to start putting in Dell Servers with Redhat or Fedora installed running Samba at some of my clients locations. It's coming back to me, slowly.
    I know the feeling. There's this saying that my friend told me that is so true (well, maybe to a point): "What you don't use, you lose..." Well, hopefully the important things get back to you when you really need it.

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    Hello Chromebeast, welcome to the forums.
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    Welcome aboard and best of luck.

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    greetings ChromeBeast
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    Welcome ChromeBeast and enjoy here.
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    so u decided to take the red pill....or blue actually i cant remember cos it wos a long time ago since i last saw the matrix.

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    Yup, it was the red one.
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    hello & welcome (back)
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