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Old 07-07-2008, 08:54 AM   #1
ravnone1
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Thumbs up hello from KY...


Hi All,
I figured it was time to introduce myself. I use openSUSE 10.3, and I have win98 on a seperate partition...but I only use the dos portion for 3-4 games I like to run, and I haven't yet figured out how to run them in Linux, otherwise I'd totally do away with microsoft. My PC is a Toshiba Satellite M20. I have very few problems running my software, and when I do it is usually because I misunderstand something or just don't understand it. I did try openSUSE 11, but it causes my system to run too slow, even KDE 4. So I'll just stick with KDE 3.5 and version 10.3 of openSUSE. I'm happy with it. I have ran Redhat, and Slackware before I tried openSUSE. I prefer my current OS to any I've ran before, but that's just my personal opinion. Thanks to all you people who've helped me, here and elsewhere. Enough said.
ravnone1
 
Old 07-07-2008, 11:47 AM   #2
Larry Webb
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Hi and welcome to LQ, that is one of the beauties of linux is the variety of distros; everyone have their favorite.
 
  


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