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Old 04-17-2006, 01:28 AM   #1
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Gude...german Linux user


Hi,

I love Linux. That's all :-)

Norbert
 
Old 04-17-2006, 01:31 AM   #2
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Es ist gut, ist alles okay
Willkommen...
Willkommen zur linux Gemeinschaft

aber
erklären Sie uns, welche bitte Art von linux Sie haben(?)

(gutes greif mein Deutscher ist aweful)

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Old 04-18-2006, 12:24 AM   #3
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Oh real german ....cool ;-)
Gerne, also ich nutze für meine Arbeit zu Hause Suse, da es einfach läuft
ohne dass ich was schrauben muss. Sehr interessant finde ich aber Gentoo und das
werde ich sobald möglich installieren. Etwas Angst habe ich vor den Kompilierorgien.

( Ok, for my work at home I currently use Suse, because it's just working without
the need to tweak things. But more interesting is Gentoo and I will install it as
soon as I have enough time. I fear a little bit the long compilation processes. )

Norbert
 
Old 04-18-2006, 01:25 AM   #4
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I have, personally, never touched a SuSE box ... I use Fedora Core 4 (See my profile notes on the left - under my name) on my desktop and Ubuntu on a laptop. I've also used a range of live distros for fun and system repair on windows boxes.

Gentoo can be intimidating ... however, emerge is a pretty good tool: all it takes is time. A good learning distro is Slackware. A good fast/efficient distro is Yoper.

Excuse the lapse into English - my German really is aweful and I don't trust Babelfish with more than simple concepts. For instance, it couldn't translate "Kompilierorgien" even though I could figure it out (it's close to the English after all).

I havn't used German much for around 20 years.

BTW: "German Linux user" could mean "one who uses a German Linux distribution" (i.e. SuSE) or "a German who use Linux" I frigured you for the latter - only your idiomatic English is flawless ...

My German must be very rusty by comparison because I get this: "da es einfach läuft ohne dass ich was schrauben muss" as "there it simply works, otherwise I must skrew up"... which dosn't appear anywhere in your translation.
 
Old 04-18-2006, 01:58 AM   #5
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Willkommen an Bord =)

("Gude".. Mein Chemielehrer versucht mich dazu zu bringen, immer nur so zu gruessen, statt mit dem guten alten "Servus")

-A
 
Old 04-18-2006, 02:25 AM   #6
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Your Chemistry Teacher tries to get you to use "gude" for a greeting as opposed to "servus"?

He's right - servus is better as an acknowledgement of an instruction just before you leave to carry it out, or when you have just been introduced to a lady (or other superior).
 
Old 04-27-2006, 07:01 AM   #7
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"Servus" serves many meanings:
Hello, Goodbye, aye chief, at your service, also means "slave" in Latin..

-A
 
  


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