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    Just Joined! jaguardriver's Avatar
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    Hi everybody!


    Hello everybody!

    A couple of days ago I discovered this forum. After looking around a bit I decided to register. I'm fairly new to Linux (I saw the light three months ago) but still do not regret it

    I started with RH9, but I'm on Fedora Core 1 ever since it was released.
    Still a long (learning) way to go, but every day is new challenge.

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    hello jaguardriver

    welcome to the site.

    Great Car btw

    Jason

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    welcome to the forum
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    Please don\'t PM me for help-- ask in the forums instead!

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    Hiyas Jaguardriver don't forget #elitelinux on irc !!

    (i'm on as thefiatdriver)
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    thekiadriver on #linuxforums - fleetingly

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    Thanks for the warm welcome guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar
    hello jaguardriver

    Great Car btw

    Jason
    Yes, it drives great :rock:


    Patrick

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    I been outta the loop... Whats Fedora ??

    And, welcome to the forums!

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    Fedora is what Red Hat has become.. there is no more personal red hat distro.. they are doing enterprise stuff exclusively now.. fedora core is the open source project that red hat backs, but is not officially involved with.. innovations in fedora will most likely end up in red hat enterprise... that's the basic explanation..
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    So it's Redhat with a new name then....

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    yeah, but red hat's not doing the development.. it's being left up to the user base...
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    Welcome to the boards.

    Jags...just r0x0z. And welcome to Linux and (*is redundant*) the boards.
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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