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Joe C.


San Diego, CA

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October 14, 2012

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

I'm still very new to Linux but have been using Ubuntu and CentOS in my first Linux class.

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

I'm hoping to move the business that I co-own onto Linux and maybe learn enough to look for work using Linux there.

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

I hate terms like "newbie", "noob", or any other derivation. I guess I've seen them used too often in forums by experinced people when they want to put down the less experienced. Can I just say 'none of the above'?


I'm new to Linux but have been in IT for several years and would like to learn something new.

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