DevynCJohnson
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DevynCJohnson

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I have learned SQLite3 and strengthened my Python skills. I am still learning C/C++11. Jul 16, 2014

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    1. wahzma
      wahzma
      Hello, would like you to pls help me through linux programming language. i already have the Ubutun desktop. just dont know whats next.
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Sure. What do you need to know? My email address is DevynCJohnson@Gmail.com. I also use Ubuntu, and I am a programmer that knows multiple programming languages.
        Apr 13, 2014
    2. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I learned Scala, and now I am learning C++
    3. Rajatha Halesh
      Rajatha Halesh
      I am trying to do the following.There are two machines A & B.There are 2 shell scripts on machine A(could be called as server) and the machine B(client) should call the scripts on A and only if B is authenticated then the scripts must be run at machine A and the output of those scripts must be sent to machine B,the call to scripts will also have inputs
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I would study client-server permissions and network file systems. You could set up a network filesystem and machine-B would execute the scripts if it has permission just like it would locally.
        Apr 7, 2014
    4. Alex Linux
      Alex Linux
      I've spent almost my entire career working with Windows (Win 3.1) until now. Does anyone know where I can start on the beginner level? I've done a Linux install or 2 but have had to work with Unix and Linux only rarely & know little of their workings and commands. I was thinking of getting a Linux+ cert., but I also want to be somewhat accomplished so that I can switch roles from a Windows admin to a Linux admin.
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Try reading the articles we have been uploading recently. That is a good start.
        Apr 7, 2014
    5. David Grech
      David Grech
      Hi. Is there an issue with the linux mt site? I cannot access it this morning. Thanks
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I do not know much about Linux Mint's servers. It should be fixed now.
        Apr 7, 2014
    6. admin
      admin
      Hey Admin!

      How to ask if any is interested to fix this problem for me for pay?
      Any specific Category? And how do I know they can fix it?
      I reply to Rob but he is down now? Please Advice

      Hi. it is not a super big job!

      I want to install a zpanel but keep hitting the wall when i try to enter mysql password, it does not take any signs in???
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Sorry for the delay. I do not know about zpanel. Sorry.
        Apr 7, 2014
    7. TheBadger7
      TheBadger7
      Hey Superman :D If I know a lot about Windows and I have a client that wants me to attempt a Dual Boot with Win 7 Ult. on his laptop, which Linux would you suggest I gather him? I'm not sure of his level of computing on either platforms.

      Terry Badger
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        In general, I would recommend Ubuntu. If the hardware's resources are low, then I would try Xubuntu or Lubuntu. If the user dislikes the Unity environment, then I would recommend Linux Mint.
        Mar 17, 2014
    8. shahzad
      shahzad
      sir i want to linux cd so please provide me urgent as you possible sir
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Download Ubuntu from Ubuntu.com
        Mar 3, 2014
      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Ask in the forums for more help.
        Mar 3, 2014
    9. Gabriela Milillo
      Gabriela Milillo
      Hi. I'm a new member, just downloaded Cygwin 32 bit. I have Windows 8.1 64 bit. So, now I am downloading Cygwin 64, without uninstalling Cygwin 32, and the 64 bit is taking longer than 20 min. Is it normal? Please confirm compatibility with Windows 8.1?
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I have never used Cygwin, try asking in the forums for better help.
        Mar 3, 2014
    10. Jake Columbo
      Jake Columbo
      im new to this and this is probably a dumb question but i cant find out where to download linux. im just now learning how to hack and i discovered i needed it
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Feb 2, 2014
    11. bashcommando
      bashcommando
      Why can't I post in the forums? It keeps disabling the textbox. D:
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Sorry for the delay. I am not sure. It may have been server updates.
        Jan 30, 2014
      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I did not have that problem, but then again, I did not login the day you posted this question.
        Jan 30, 2014
      3. bashcommando
        bashcommando
        Thanks, I got the confirmation e-mail! :D
        Jan 30, 2014
    12. B4RTZ4K
      B4RTZ4K
      Hello i made a simple thread for newbies from a newbie. Can i email it to you to get your opinion? Or should i just go and post it as a thread?

      Greats
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Look at the "Inbox" at the top of the page. Hover the cursor over that and click "Start new conversation". Then, in the new window, type like you would any other thread, but in the "Participants" box, list all users on this site that you want to include in this private thread/conversation.
        Jan 26, 2014
      3. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        We use that to collaborate like when we made this article (http://www.linux.org/threads/yin-yang-tux.5240/) together. Me and anyone you include can help you and add ideas. Or, if you prefer to email it directly to me only, my email is DevynCJohnson@Gmail.com
        Jan 26, 2014
    13. Haider92
      Haider92
      hi sir can you put more photo and video in your Linux kernel tutorial it very simple and understand (just put more photo)
      and if i want to learn and understand Linux command line (terminal) what reference or book you will recommend to me
      my regards
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks for the suggestion. I will try to include more images. I should probably go back and add images to past articles.
        Jan 23, 2014
      3. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I am not sure which books would be the best, but some Linux users recommend this one (http://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php). You could probably use any that you get from a library or Amazon.com. Personally, I have never found a bad Linux book. Linux.org and Linux.com are two good sites to learn about Linux.
        Jan 23, 2014
    14. Shakarie
      Shakarie
      I just received a new computer and when I power it on it takes me to a screen that says root@localhost I'm new to the Linux system so I'm not sure what to do
      1. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Try typing "startx".

        You can get more and better help asking in the forums.
        Jan 19, 2014
    15. Devendra Singh Thakur
      Devendra Singh Thakur
      Hi...Devyn...thanks for the comment..and also want to thank you for your Article on Linux Kernel...after reading that article..i could not stop myself from joining the forum...I know its ocean in here :)...Want to learn Linux...And this is the right place to be...Thanks again...Keep it up...
      God Bless you
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks for the kind compliments!
        Jan 16, 2014
    16. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I learned Lua, and I am now learning Scala.
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    17. KarthikBMatha
      KarthikBMatha
      HI Devyn , thanks a ton for your posts on KILL , i am a newbie to Linux , felt happy with the detailed information you provided....

      take care..
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    18. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I am now learning Lua
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    19. alitelecom
      alitelecom
      hello
      as i saw your treads..i found that you work hard to give us the right answer
      thank you very much ...& continue with your good works
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    20. SuriyaKumar
      SuriyaKumar
      Keep up the good work :)
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 31, 1994 (Age: 19)
    Home page:
    https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d
    Location:
    United States
    Occupation:
    Anything with Computers
    Devyn Collier Johnson is a programmer, technical author, and a fan of Linux. He attends college as a commuting student maintaining the Dean's list. He majors in electrical technology engineering and plans to earn several other degrees in computers technology and programming. Devyn Collier Johnson has learned many computer languages, bindings, and APIs. Some he taught himself while others his father taught him and helped him understand. Some of the languages and bindings he knows include Python2&3, Xaiml, AIML, Unix Shell, PyQt, PyGTK/PyGObject, Coffeescript, Lua, Scala, Ceylon, HTML4/5, CSS3, SVG, and many others. He knows some data structures such as SQLite3, JSON, and more. Devyn has learned about other languages, bindings, data structures, libraries, APIs, and such (just contact me if you need to know about my other programming skills). Devyn is familiar and has used many operating systems, IDEs, and compilers. He earned four computer certifications in 2012 and those four being NCLA, Linux+, LPIC-1, and DCTS; he has also earned one college degree. His Linux Professional ID is LPI000254694. Devyn has also contributed to various projects such as Wallch, SuperTux, Firefox, and others.

    In July 2012, Devyn Collier Johnson decided to make his own chatterbot. He designed his own database language (Xaiml) and AI/SI engine (ProgramPY-SH or Pysh). On March 3, 2013, Devyn published his new chatterbot on Launchpad.net. The bot is named Neo (https://launchpad.net/neobot) which is from the Proto-Indo European word for "new". He has created other chatbots that use the Pysh engine. Devyn is the inventor and copyright owner of Pysh, Xaiml, and the Betabots.

    Devyn maintains a few other projects. He makes Firefox themes (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/DevynCJohnson/); he also has many other graphic design projects. His main programming projects are hosted on https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d, and some are found on Sourceforge.net and Github. Some of his projects can be found in the links below.

    https://github.com/DevynCJohnson
    http://askubuntu.com/users/158340/devyn-collier-johnson
    http://www.linux.org/members/devyncjohnson.4843/
    http://devyncjohnson.deviantart.com/
    https://launchpad.net/neobot
    http://fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-74/ - I wrote the Clementine review
    http://bsdmag.org/magazine/1848-day-to-day-bsd-administration - I wrote an article in this magazine
    https://www.youtube.com/user/devyncjohnson/
    https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d

    Email: DevynCJohnson@Gmail.com (DevynCJohnson at Gmail dot com)
    Google+: Google.com/+DevynJohnson

    Devyn is willing to relocate for any large company that wants to hire him. His phone number, resume, and references are available upon request from a valid company email address. He is also eager to learn and is open to any training programs any company may wish to provide.

    Donations are welcome via Paypal. Paypal account is the same as my email address.
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