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Re: New kid in town.

Postby cynwulf » 2010-12-13 12:36

nomko wrote:Really.....

Meh, let's be clear - you post this:
nomko wrote:It's good that u can read some words, expending ur knowledge will benefit u.

Using kiddy text speak?

Do you see the irony? :roll:

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Re: New kid in town.

Postby kedaha » 2010-12-13 13:51

Welkom nomko!
Groeten uit Planetoïde-B612!
Nice website advertising Ubuntu but I look forward to seeing site about Debian.
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby eric1959 » 2010-12-13 14:03

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Re: New kid in town.

Postby nomko » 2010-12-13 14:27

cynwulf wrote:
nomko wrote:Really.....

Meh, let's be clear - you post this:
nomko wrote:It's good that u can read some words, expending ur knowledge will benefit u.

Using kiddy text speak?

Do you see the irony? :roll:

p.s. save the insulting PM's.


No, i'm using less letters then U :D :D :D
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby nomko » 2010-12-13 14:29

kedaha wrote:Welkom nomko!
Groeten uit Planetoïde-B612!
Nice website advertising Ubuntu but I look forward to seeing site about Debian.


Planetoïde-B612???? way to far away from Den Haag :D :D :D

I'm working on a Debian site as well. But first getting familiar with Debian. Then i have more knowledge to share.
Some stuff on my Ubuntu site might be usefull with Debian too.
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby eric1959 » 2010-12-13 14:47

I'm working on a Debian site as well

Not a website, but a blog : http://debian-bits-and-snips.blogspot.com/
Have used Ubuntu in the past :oops: ( starting from version 5.04 till version 8.04 ). Glad that I moved to Debian ( first Lenny, then on my new pc Squeeze ).
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby nomko » 2010-12-13 15:06

eric1959 wrote:Have used Ubuntu in the past :oops:


Why being embarresed about Ubuntu?? I think many linux users today made their first steps with Ubuntu since it's much more user friendly then Debian.
The learning curve is less steep.
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby eric1959 » 2010-12-13 15:16

:oops: I meant : :twisted: Ubuntu was buggy...And yes I've learned quite a few things about linux, thanks to Ubuntu. But still I think Debian is better :D
And no, I don't like Smilies :?:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptGJ8wzeGDE -> nice song about The Hague..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85U-77_5lWk Tulips from Amsterdam...
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby MeanDean » 2010-12-13 15:43

nomko wrote:Why being embarresed about Ubuntu??

its like driving a 4cylinder turbo mustang and thinking it is awesome and has a lot of power....and then driving a real mustang with a V8 and realizing your folly...

I think many linux users today made their first steps with Ubuntu since it's much more user friendly then Debian.

keyword - think

The learning curve is less steep.

I still haven't figured out how to use ubuntu....never can get it to do shit I want....or at least not do shit I dont want....
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby yog-sothoth » 2010-12-13 18:04

MeanDean wrote:
nomko wrote:Why being embarresed about Ubuntu??

its like driving a 4cylinder turbo mustang and thinking it is awesome and has a lot of power....and then driving a real mustang with a V8 and realizing your folly...

And then, there's the lameness factor. (that's the OMG, lol) :shock:
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby AMLJ » 2010-12-14 11:23

MeanDean wrote:
nomko wrote:Why being embarresed about Ubuntu??

its like driving a 4cylinder turbo mustang and thinking it is awesome and has a lot of power....and then driving a real mustang with a V8 and realizing your folly...

I think many linux users today made their first steps with Ubuntu since it's much more user friendly then Debian.

keyword - think

The learning curve is less steep.

I still haven't figured out how to use ubuntu....never can get it to do shit I want....or at least not do shit I dont want....

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Re: New kid in town.

Postby edbarx » 2010-12-20 13:27

I moved to Debian from knoppix. I tried Ubuntu for, maybe, a couple of desolate hours... but, mysteriously, user programs started crashing on me reminding me of Windows 95/98/2000ME blue screen of death! Moreover, I hate things being done for me, especially, if they are done the way I don't want them to be. Ubuntu has too much of that dose.
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby ripat » 2010-12-20 13:48

Started with GUIless Woody back in 2002. Tried Ubuntu a couple of times but always ended up replacing it with Debian. Not that I disliked Ubuntu, I just happen to prefer Debian that's all. I feel home with it. I am running a squeeze 64 now and I just enjoy the ride!
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby nomko » 2010-12-20 15:02

edbarx wrote:I moved to Debian from knoppix. I tried Ubuntu for, maybe, a couple of desolate hours... but, mysteriously, user programs started crashing on me reminding me of Windows 95/98/2000ME blue screen of death! Moreover, I hate things being done for me, especially, if they are done the way I don't want them to be. Ubuntu has too much of that dose.


What i have learned about computers:

It is not the computer makes mistakes, it's the user who works with the computer that makes mistakes!

If you can't work with Ubuntu, it's not the fault of Ubuntu but your own fault. Not understanding Ubuntu and not willing to learn Ubuntu and do things which can't be done with Ubuntu are the faults of the users. A computer does nothing without a user who gives the command's.
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Re: New kid in town.

Postby mojoman » 2010-12-20 15:20

nomko wrote:What i have learned about computers:

It is not the computer makes mistakes, it's the user who works with the computer that makes mistakes!

If you can't work with Ubuntu, it's not the fault of Ubuntu but your own fault. Not understanding Ubuntu and not willing to learn Ubuntu and do things which can't be done with Ubuntu are the faults of the users. A computer does nothing without a user who gives the command's.


So basically what you're saying is that one OS can't be better or worse than any other OS? :roll:
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