Re: Intro: Noob in the forum
On Dec 10, 6:35 pm, AHappyCamper <@thelandfill.com> wrote:
I'm new to this forum, and a relative noob (1yr) to Linux, though not to
computers, networking, nor the competitor OS. Hope to hang, visit and
maybe learn a few things along the way.
Wilkomen, Mein Herr!
Indeed, most Linux people are happy to help their own, as long as it
is not redundant. (think searching forums and such before asking)
- Intro: Noob in the forum
... I'm new to this forum, and a relative noob to Linux, though not to computers, networking, nor the competitor OS. ... Hope to hang, visit and maybe learn a few things along the way. ...
- Re: Help w/ Not-booting Problem
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- Re: Linux, X, ld, gcc, linking, shared libraries and stuff
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- Re: Fedora 6 - How to name machines on LAN for net?
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