I have been studying and using Linux since
version 0.12 which was around 1991; therefore, I
am Linux junkie.
In 1983, my computer journey began with a friend's
Commodore 64 and my school's TRS-80
model III. I finally got a C64 and fell in
love with programming and learned all I could find.
In college (Computer Science, of course), I met
mainframes and UNIX systems. I liked the mainframes
better at first since our BSD-like crap did not work.
However, I found Linux when searching for a
multitasking DOS. My life has never been
the same since...
I have decided to hang my sign out as a Linux Consultant
and see how well business does. An overview of my Linux
I am confident that I can solve any Linux-related problems.
- 6 years of Linux usage and programming.
- Personally installed Linux on dozens of machines.
- Employed as technical support for Linux covering:
- General Installation development
- Hardware detection and setup problems
- Network setup (Ethernet and PPP)
- X Windows configuration (hardware and software)
- Kernel configuration
- Red Hat (1.x - 4.x) and Slackware
- and more...
I am still trying to decided what links and information
I wish to provide without being terribly redundant with
One of the best distributions in my opinion. The latest
version is 4.1.
New Desktop on the block
The KDE Project has announced it intents to release a
public review distribution by the end of March.
Check it out!