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Old 06-19-2005, 11:50 AM   #1
beekers
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Lately there has been alot of discussions on Operating Systems, and I mean alot about all of them. I do not know that much per say, but what I do know is that the Linux Community is by far the most advanced in the area of support and open minds. I have learned that in the larger scope of all the major OS's that the Linux Community is far above the average os.

I may still have problems just trying to understand the difference, let alone how to use Linux, but the information available, the support that is available, and in the end the members are by far the most helpful of all groups any where.

I may not be able to get Linux working on my laptop, but I do feel privilaged that there are groups such as the Linux Community to learn and lean on. I am just trying to understand and what I have recieved is the understanding that not everyone is a Operation Master as such. If all I ever do is get to just play around with linux that is fine, it has given me more back as a group interested in helping for the sake of helping.

Thank you all,
Beekers
 
Old 06-19-2005, 04:50 PM   #2
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Great post! Thanks, welcome to LQ and good luck with your Linux experience!
 
  


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