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    Switched to Kubuntu from Windows...


    Hello all...

    I just got Kubuntu finally running after days of working on wireless issues (card not supported - ndiswrapper used), I'm new to using a terminal, but I had a friend who helped me get going and I'm getting used to doing a lot more from that.

    I'm really impressed with KDE4 - just waiting on a release that supports 64-bit AMD processors....

    I am developing an interest in open source development and would like to get involved...

    I've done a little windows programming and php...

    Where would you guys direct me to get involved?

    I was thinking of helping develop an existing program so I could learn linux and its languages over time before trying to make my own program....

    Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogicFree View Post
    I'm really impressed with KDE4 - just waiting on a release that supports 64-bit AMD processors....
    I assume you mean natively, since you can run the 32-bit version of KDE4 just fine on AMD64 processors.

    I am developing an interest in open source development and would like to get involved...

    I've done a little windows programming and php...

    Where would you guys direct me to get involved?
    I don't know that there's any one spot for all Linux developers (and future developers) to gather, but one popular site is Sourceforge:

    SourceForge.net: Welcome to SourceForge.net

    There are thousands of projects in need of help.
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