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Hi! I've been reading LQ for some time - usually when I head problem, google would drag me here, but now I decided to register and try to get some help by asking, not just by reading.
I'm not a total newbie, I've been using linux (mandrake, slack, fedora...) for few years, but it was only for programming (programming environment in unix rules!). Never had time for administrative issues, so now I'm learning. I'm very familiar with unix, but only in general. I've been through many books, but when it comes to specific problem, I realize that I know so little. For example, I don't know anything about hardware and that is always a big problem.
Now... I'm just curious - am I the only girl here :( Or they just pick unisex nicks?
ps: Sorry if my english is not so well, I'll try to get it better.