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New member

PostPosted: 2007-04-23 20:47
by @johan
Hello,
My name is Johan, living in the Netherlands.
Using Linux from 1998, but brand new to Debian :-)
I hope to learn a lot here, from the Debian guru's.

PostPosted: 2007-04-23 21:04
by jml
Welcome, @johan. Hope you have as much fun on this forum as I do.

Joe

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 14:42
by @johan
Thx, jml. I found already some very interesting and learning topics.

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 14:51
by sinical
Its customary to post your desktop here when you join the forums.

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 14:56
by @johan
sinical wrote:Its customary to post your desktop here when you join the forums.


I don't have a desktop :lol:

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 14:58
by thamarok
@johan wrote:
sinical wrote:Its customary to post your desktop here when you join the forums.


I don't have a desktop :lol:
ALARM CODE RED! ALARM CODE RED!
Someone mistakenly used Ubuntu instead of Debian :lol:

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 14:59
by thamarok
REMOVED

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 15:24
by soldierboy
Welcome! I don't know anyone here who can say with confidence that they are a "Debian guru" (without lying to themselves). We are all here to learn and enjoy the distro we love.

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 15:37
by sinical
soldierboy wrote:We are all here to learn and enjoy the distro we love.
and post screenshots :roll:

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 16:19
by soldierboy
:lol: Yes, yes. But as was mentioned above, not everyone utilizes a desktop environment.

PostPosted: 2007-04-24 16:26
by GMouse
What about X and a window manager? Surely he's not running entirely from the CLI for a desktop system.

PostPosted: 2007-04-25 00:04
by sinical
Hell, it can even be a bootsplash image.

PostPosted: 2007-04-25 00:31
by Pobega
GMouse wrote:What about X and a window manager? Surely he's not running entirely from the CLI for a desktop system.


Actually with programs like mplayer and links2, I don't see the need for X too much anyway.

PostPosted: 2007-04-25 02:24
by DeanLinkous
gurus???? where.........

PostPosted: 2007-04-25 04:42
by GMouse
Pobega wrote:
GMouse wrote:What about X and a window manager? Surely he's not running entirely from the CLI for a desktop system.


Actually with programs like mplayer and links2, I don't see the need for X too much anyway.


Screen FTW