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Old 01-22-2016, 05:25 PM   #1
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LXer: Sink or swim is one way to learn Linux

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The year was 2005:*I was just out of high school and living on my own. My sister and her husband came to visit, and on my way out to work one morning while they were in town, my brother-in-law asked me if he could use my computer. I knew he was good with computers, so*I didn't mind. Then, he asked me what I use my computer for most of the time. Basic use:*World of Warcraft and more



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