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I used to be a user of the operating system from Redmond since 1993 and half a year ago I would have laughed at someone who'd tell me that I would ever use linux as my primary os (unfortunately I still need Windows for gaming). A few weeks ago I was rather bored by the "eXtended Problems" version of the M$ "os" and so I decided to try out the penguin powered operating system again. I already did in the past from time to time but always went back to windows, but not this time![[BR]]I started with Gentoo - I liked the idea of having my whole system compiled optimized for my system but after working with it i found that it is a little bit too geek-style for me. :D But setting up Gentoo more than one time '''made''' me learn most of the important things of how linux works; on top of that it '''made''' me see that if there is a problem, it can be solved in nearly every case - especially if you have an internet connection up. Evaluating all the major and some minor distros in the last weeks I found out that I do not like RedHat derivates (none of them!), that I do like Debian derivates in general and Ubuntu in special - I will stay on this system! I used to be a user of the operating system from Redmond since 1993 and half a year ago I would have laughed at someone who'd tell me that I would ever use linux as my primary os (unfortunately I still need Windows for gaming). A few weeks ago I was rather bored by the "eXtended Problems" version of the M$ "os" and so I decided to try out the penguin powered operating system again. I already did in the past from time to time but always went back to windows, but not this time!<<BR>>I started with Gentoo - I liked the idea of having my whole system compiled optimized for my system but after working with it i found that it is a little bit too geek-style for me. :D But setting up Gentoo more than one time '''made''' me learn most of the important things of how linux works; on top of that it '''made''' me see that if there is a problem, it can be solved in nearly every case - especially if you have an internet connection up. Evaluating all the major and some minor distros in the last weeks I found out that I do not like RedHat derivates (none of them!), that I do like Debian derivates in general and Ubuntu in special - I will stay on this system!
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Me and Linux

I used to be a user of the operating system from Redmond since 1993 and half a year ago I would have laughed at someone who'd tell me that I would ever use linux as my primary os (unfortunately I still need Windows for gaming). A few weeks ago I was rather bored by the "eXtended Problems" version of the M$ "os" and so I decided to try out the penguin powered operating system again. I already did in the past from time to time but always went back to windows, but not this time!
I started with Gentoo - I liked the idea of having my whole system compiled optimized for my system but after working with it i found that it is a little bit too geek-style for me. Big Grin :) But setting up Gentoo more than one time made me learn most of the important things of how linux works; on top of that it made me see that if there is a problem, it can be solved in nearly every case - especially if you have an internet connection up. Evaluating all the major and some minor distros in the last weeks I found out that I do not like RedHat derivates (none of them!), that I do like Debian derivates in general and Ubuntu in special - I will stay on this system!

So far...

Geekstuff

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My Ubuntu

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