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masinick 10-12-2017 12:17 PM

This has been an excellent site for a LONG time - and additional capabilities have been added over the years - forums, blogs, wiki entries.

I remember participating in a promotion MANY years ago and receiving an Linux Questions T shirt; it was so long ago that I wore it out, but remember the time with fondness.

The Android Forum has proven to be useful a couple of times as I was doing research, so adding modern technology to the overall site has also been useful to me.

Thanks for the memories, the useful forums, articles, and community!

JZL240I-U 10-13-2017 02:49 AM


Originally Posted by masinick (Post 5769184)
I agree with you...

Link broken?

ibiblio's Linux Distribution homepage

Oh, and btw. which Clinton Township, MI? ;).

panthervds 11-03-2017 08:56 PM

Happy 17th.
I don't post much here or anywhere but I'm always able to get the help I need from this site when I need it.
I've been using the site for over a decade, if I remember right.
Thanks and keep it up.

rokytnji 11-04-2017 09:46 PM

Remember that scene in " Interview with a Vampire " With Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. v
" I need you so I can stay current with this century. "

This forum does that for me. Without anybody dying over it.
Happy 17th.

davcefai 12-08-2017 02:43 PM

Don't Touch That Dial!
Jeremy, This site is great. Congrats. I would advocate not altering anything. Especially don't change the interface. Everybody who does seems to make their site more unusable than otherwise.

You might want to add a feature where we can stick virtual pins into images of the Systemd team and the person(s) who decided to restrict our freedom by not allowing Dolphin to be run as root. :-)

JJJCR 12-12-2017 08:15 PM

Wow, 17 years in the making.

Mabuhay!!! Bravo!!! Felicitaciones!!!

JZL240I-U 01-15-2018 12:23 PM


Originally Posted by davcefai (Post 5790646)
...restrict our freedom by not allowing Dolphin to be run as root. :-)

But you can do that (in tumbleweed): Click on the button of the start menu, chose system and, lo and behold, in the submenu you'll find Dolphin (administrator mode). And so, all is well ... ;).

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