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Hello.

I found this forum through a link on another website and I figured I would join since GNU/Linux is my passion and this forum looks nice.

A little about me:
My favorite distros are Arch Linux & Slackware. I have been a GNU/Linux user since 1999 and it is the only operating system I use on my machines.

Anonymous

Very cool, I've only been using GNU/linux for (ALMOST) a year. Welcome to the forums Smiling

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Hello Smiling

Just curious, what site did you see the link on?

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"a thing" wrote:

Hello Smiling

Just curious, what site did you see the link on?

I came here through one of the banners on Libervis. Smiling
I lurk there sometimes.. probably join them soon too.

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Hello and welcome to Nuxified.org Moparx. I'm glad you found us. Smiling

This site is actually part of Libervis Network of which Libervis.com is one of the leading sites. I'm glad networking yields results. Laughing out loud

Cheers
Daniel

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Thanks for the welcome.
Netwokring can be quite useful when done right (and with the right people) Smiling

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Welcome Moparx, enjoy this site as well as the rest of the Libvervis network Smiling

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"Anonymous" wrote:

Very cool, I've only been using GNU/linux for (ALMOST) a year. Welcome to the forums Smiling

was me, links really doesnt like forums.

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Welcome to the forums, and remeber, there is more to FOSS than GNU Eye

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"onlinebacon" wrote:

Welcome to the forums, and remeber, there is more to FOSS than GNU Eye

Hehe indeed. Now there are infact more than three full fledged operating systems you can call "free as in freedom". Smiling

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More than that now!

BSD
Reactos
GNU/HURD
Syllable iirc
Haiku
GNU/Linux
OpenSolaris (well...nearly)
And more on freeos.com

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Yeah! Haiku is still in development though, but I can't wait till it's finished and usable. I absolutely love what Haiku is supposed to become, a BeOS like desktop operating system of the future. :-)

But I guess I'll have to wait a decade for it to be what GNU/Linux is today as in usability, supported hardware and availability of software programs.

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Actually, Haiku was really appealing to me too, the software is quite good, many applications available at www.bebits.com although they may not have any software for your modem Sad

They wont take 10 years, we will be on 128-bit computing by then!

Anyways,

Great OS Smiling

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