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I just wanted to post and say how incredibly impressed I am with the whole linux thing! I know you guys have been at this for a while but for someone like me to walk in cold it really is an amazing system. I just ran a full version of Ubuntu studio from my DVD player FROM A FIVE YEAR OLD DELL!!!!!!! It's free, it's incredibly fast and it still hasn't crashed... And I don't know what I'm doing so it really should crash.
I amazed that linux is not the number 1 system in the world. I will make a prediction and say that Linux is going to start to become equally as popular as the big two. It's only a matter of time.
This is not a question. I just want to say to all the programmer guys out there and all the programmers that have contributed to this system..... THANK YOU. you really have changed the world. I'm going to keep going with my exploration and keep asking annoying questions on the forum but I am proud to be a member of the Linux family. Keep it going guys. Brilliant stuff.