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Well, what can I say? I am a Linux fan...I have attended a few Linux conferences and found them interesting and fun. I've got my Red Hat Certified Technician , and hope to go on for my RHCE.
But I like playing with all distro's of Linux, and other OS's like BSD etc. I especially like live-CD's [Knoppix etc,] as they are good for recruiting converts from the "Dark Side'....Micro$oft......
I am glad to be aboard, and hope to help out where possible. I don't know how much that will be, because there are so many Linux guru's here.
My pet worry? That Micro$oft will use it's influence in the hardware industry to make it harder for Linux fans to use Linux. Well, that's my for now.
If you blatantly ignore the rules, I purposefully won't answer your post. Stop Dual-posters.
Huh? Didn't know I had broken the rules already, but thanks for the welcome everyone, and the link to the RHCE website.!
What rules have I broken???? Well, sorry if I have, but guys, you need to tell me what i did wrong.
Yeah man, You've done nothing wrong and I have nothing against you. That is why I greeted you. But please do take the time to go over the rules. I spend 8hrs a night on 3rd shift just cruising these forums, so I see a lot of dual posters and report their threads. I got tired of seeing them, so I made up that signature. Sorry about the mis-understanding.
No offense taken, musicman. Maybe if you made a mini-sig to seperate it from the text of the message, then it might be clearer. Ok, I am an old fart that needs a new set of glasses! Now that it has been pointed out to me, I see that there is a thin line beteen the reply and the warning text in ure sig.