Hello, I am very interested on linux I hope to learn and of course if I have the opportunity to help I will do it, some years ago I started to be into linux, actually I am a Debian user.
A few words about me: some years ago I started using Linux with Ubuntu 7.10, and from that moment I have always been faithful to Debian and its derivatives. I tried (and I'm using) Debian Wheezy, Aptosid (formerly Sidux), Linux Mint Debian Edition, Mepis, Ubuntu and others. Now I'm trying CrunchBang 10 Statler with backports, and I found it a very good distro.
My name is Jared, and I interested in working with Linux. I have been working in IT for a couple of years now, mainly with Windows, whilst maintaining a keen interest in Linux. I am now interested in getting more involved with Linux systems, and hope to add to the excellent community surrounding it.
I'm 31 years old and new in this forum, but not so very new to Gnu-Linux.
About 4 month's ago I became interested in getting deeper into the linux system itself - so not just using applications, I decided to learn as much sys-internas as I can :)
I started with Arch Linux and since a few days I'v got Slackware in dualboot with Arch.
I have bounced around for many years within the IT world and learned alot of varying skills, never had the opportunity to stay with one task long enough to become guru level. I have recently been given the opportunity to interview for a position as a linux sys admin, fortunately I am not expected to be guru level actually quite the contrary. I'm expected to know the basics.
hey guys, i am hoping some hope. I am using linux very late. i am a pc user since last 6 years. but now , i found that its interesting. i want to learn it from the bottom of my heart, i am kind of addicted to it. can you guys tell me how to make it more interesting and more easy?
I recently bought a Vps server using ubuntu 14.04. I started reading up on securing my server because I saw multiple people/bots trying to get into my vps. This got me really into wanting to learn more about pen testing and learning how to secure my computers/network. I find this to be a great opportunity to learn more about security on computers.
I been using windows for years, and I decided to upgrade my computers skills, by going back into part-time study. my first subject is to learn Debian. I believe I have jumped into the deep end. I have joined this site, because no-one I know can use Linux. I hope i can understand Linux and get help when i need it.
I started a Linux User Groupin my high school in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago. As of now, we have 10 interested members in our group, but it's quite hard figuring out how to get started right now. Some of the members don't even own laptops!