hi there, i'm a new crunch bang user, it's been 4 years since i've started to use linux distros, by the way i'm a happy distro-hopper, i have a 4 boot system almost all debian based.for the personnal info, i'm 32 years old, and i'm a doctor (medical studies), i'm an open source enthusiast, and i try to expand my passion to all my friends, i wish a happy crunchban
I really wish I had the money to donate. I know how hard the dev's work to keep all of us happy! Happy to not be using MS that is! Free is a misnomer here as "time is money" and it takes a lot of time to get whatever distro your using up to it's current standards. I also know it's hard to make everyone happy all the time! That said, for now my
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I've been happy with Fedora 17 and have been using it exclusively since it's release. By the time F18 come's around, I'll be ready to try something new (unless it wow's me :D) just for fun. I've had my eye on Debian and Scientific Linux for some time and have been pretty happy with them in a virtual machine.
Hi Happy New Year!,
Quick intro as first post: I've been using ubuntu since first getting my hands on an aspire revo and taking an instant dislike to the default distro. I use Suse at work mainly basic command line for customer support on our companies custom processes for Voip applications.