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Old 11-06-2005, 11:15 AM   #1
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Talking Even experienced people need help, sometimes

Live long, and prosper.

I am a Unix professional with 20 years of Unix experience.
I have been working with Linux distros for approximately 6 years now.

Multiple google searches for a distro good for toddlers led me here.

I am currently downloading edubuntu 5.10, and will probably also look at debian as well.

Professionally, I've worked with the supposed big names in the Linux and Unix realm, namely AT&T SVR3, ATT&T SVR4, Centix, Xenix, UnixWare, CTIX, Solaris, AIX, SCO Xenix, SCO Unix, SCO OpenServer (all SCO were pre Caldera, of course), RedHat Linux and SuSE Linux. Personally, I've also tinkered with NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Stormix, TurboLinux, Yoper, Fedora Core, OpenSuSE and have started to work with OpenSolaris a bit as well.

While I'm not necessarily the master of all of these variants, I feel I have a very strong base of knowledge as well as the aptitude that helps me get the work done, while enjoying what I do.

Anyway, I ramble on now.

I just wanted to introduce myself, and say hello.

I hope to have the opportunity to help others as many of you have done.

Peace, and long life.
Old 11-06-2005, 11:33 AM   #2
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Hello + welcome - I needed to take a breath after that kinda resume! Hope you have fun tinkering rather than working
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