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San Diego, CA

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September 4, 2013

If you have a favorite Linux distribution, what is it?

CentOS, although I cut my teeth on SuSE before Novell acquired it. Debian is elegant, Ubuntu perfect for the novice on up to the pro. What's not to like about all of them really?

What do you use Linux for? Work? Personal? Some specific task?

Everything at work unless the boss man forces the issue. DNS, DHCP, TFTP, NTP, LAMP, backups, making Windoze tasks suck less by manipulating things with GNU tools. Anyway I can shoe horn it in really. My job would be impossible without it.

Would you say you are a newbie, professional, or guru?

Professional, since I am paid to use and administrate several Linux servers, but there is so much more I need to learn.


Looking to pick up some ideas and tricks from other Linux users. For a server it's my OS of choice, always want to learn more.

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