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Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by Krymzn, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. Krymzn

    Krymzn Guest

    Hello Linux Forum :)
    I am new to Linux and joined this forum to learn more about it and get to now the sytem.

    I researched around and this forum suited me the most, so I look forward to sticking around.

  2. Akendo

    Akendo Guest

    Welcome to the Linux Forum, feel free to ask anything.

    But be smarter and search first at Google. Looking around is always good, but what are you looking for? Some more details about yourself would be welcomed. So take a cup of coffee and tell some about you.

    so far
  3. kreso93

    kreso93 Guest

    Hello, welcome to LF. I hope you'll have a pleasant stay here.
  4. pane-free

    pane-free Guest

    Welcome! Ask questions, search, bookmark, use the command line -- you'll soon be "into the system!"
  5. Victor Leigh

    Victor Leigh Guest

    Welcome, Krymzn. Everyone is a newbie at one time. No problem with that. So what distro did you start with?
  6. Krymzn

    Krymzn Guest

    I haven't chosen one yet but I'm going to install Ubuntu later one when I've done a back up on my laptop.
    I will have it dual boot with Windows 7 :)

    As for what I am looking for is pretty much a good place to learn the ins and outs of Linux.
  7. enhu

    enhu Guest

    making your computer dual boot is as easy today because grub2 now can identify installed operating systems in the drive and all you need is to include it in the list. welcome to linux forum :D
  8. Melissa

    Melissa Guest

    Welcome fellow noob :)

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