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Happy Birthday. Hmm! Only three years longer than I've had my main email address!
Would it be possible to have your email notices wrap to window? Not all of us have monitors that can display as wide as yours. I know, this is a minor thing. Perhaps akin to Gilbert and Sullivan's line, "Nothing whatsoever to grumble about" he grumbled!
Now that I finally have Linux working, I'll be using you site to learn how to use it better. Thanks and look forward to many more.
Many happy returns on your 9th LQ!!!!
my only little problem is that visited links don't change colour...
and when I go back to the search page the thread I was looking at is not even highlighted...
with my limited brain power I cannot even remember the thread I was just looking at...
once again...happy 90th B'Day...D'oh...see what I mean...
These forum was my 1st teacher since I started working as an application developer.
I really have a zero idea about Linux when I started here,but when I got to know these forum..I'm beginning to realize how wide and wonderful Open Source is..and it really helps me all the way. Thanks for that.
I hope these site will continue to help others especially the newbies who are just starting to open their eyes from the reality of our technology.
Hope that from now on LQ will continue contributing to the open society of
OS revolution and transform the old basic idea into full customizing OS.
Happy enough with the growth, LQ did create the acceleration of awareness
when every member can find the hint to every next step.
I'm not the active member, but I'm using Linux on my kid education and
beleive that his future will depend on todays basic knowledge in OS