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So yeah, this is it. I'm uh, kinda old. I was a little bit techie back when windows operated in a DOS shell. I wrote batch files. Then I did other stuff. Now I'm like just trying to get back on board but so much has happened. It's gotten soooo big and so complex. I took a look at the tree in my terminal and it was like standing on the edge of the ocean. Vast.
Alright, I can barely move around and do a few basic things in terminal mode but...what I really want to do right now is get Sphinx...
ell, today is a good date to start a blog, since is February 29, 2012
at first I just said... what's Linux? I had no idea that there was anything besides windows.
Mexico, my children had left to the US, their father also a US citizen was gone... I was alone, sad and getting very depress.
A friend from Seville, Spain, in his effort to help me, suggested for me to learn Linux. I agreed, but I had no idea what he was talking about.
I had never...