Simon Iremonger (wiltslug)
wiltslug at iremonger.me.uk
Thu Jun 21 11:51:45 UTC 2012
> much I liked it :-) After years in education being taught M$ products
> and programming languages I've been converted and now rarely boot into
> windows (minus the occasional gaming session).
It is all useful to learn and play with different systems and ideas
rather than being centric on understanding one only.
Though, I see a lot of experienced users who just get rather fed up
with Windows =). But now they are getting fed up with the buginess
and ethical-choices of Canonical/Ubuntu ... But at least this is
not a closed market, things can change etc.
> I've been learning bash scripting and playing with email servers for a
> while now. I don't have a cool PC like yourself or Dave, I just run a
I note, this set of articles, is quite useful, and also has
an excellent 'why would you bother'...
But, I don't want to perpetuate the myth that you need to
use the command-line to manage such a system. It is perfectly
possible to find a distro that works for you and use all
the graphical frontends.
Its' just useful, and its' easier to hand people a command
rather than a long string of clicks and windows-boxes to
use and so-on, etc...
Good luck =)
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