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Skinjob
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« on: November 19, 2008, 03:38:11 pm »

Hello,
I'm $K!Nj0B. (clan name and no not skinheads, rofl!) I have been using Linux, FreeBSD, and other BSD based systems for 3&1/2+ years. I used alot of different systems for a while, trying to figure out which I liked and which was gonna do what I wanted and look good doing it. For the past 2 years, my two main distributions have been openSuSE and Ubuntu basically because of functionality and stability. I am also an Intel based iMac20 owner, which has also been dual booted with both XP Pro and then Ubuntu 8.0.4. I am currently using a dual boot XP / openSuSE 10.3 config on a hand built rig and looking to add a third to my secondary drive and ran across a link to Vector Lt. Edition while looking for systems with LXDE based environments.
I am truly a gamer at heart and belong to 2 clans (1 in ut2003 & 1 in ut2004) and prefer to play my games in Linux environments rather than Windows. I am CompTIA A+ Certified as a Desktop Support Specialist and volunteer for a French Canadian-American non profit as IT Admin and Webmaster. I am a single parent of 5 girls and they love Linux as much as me. I hope I can help in some small way, even if it is just an opinion or two but I just wanted to say hello and I am glad to be here.
L8ers... Smiley $K!N
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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2008, 04:13:08 pm »

Welcome aboard!
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