Hello all. I've been using #! on an old laptop for about a week now, running beautifully. I am not a computer wonk, but as long as I'm using Linux I want to learn to use the shell. Programming is a skill I need to acquire, so may as well start now.
This form is clearly an excellent resource that I'll be using as I go forward. Thanks in advance for the support!
Welcome to Club#!, amiller! Have a drink on the house.
I think you'll fit in fine here. By the way, you couldn't have found a more user-friendly environment for learning the command line than CrunchBang.
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Indeed, welcome onboard!
Don't feel shy about asking anything. If anyone bites at you, we'll bite at them.
There's a lot of resources here, it's good to browse them, but sometimes you might not know how to search for what you're looking for. When that happens, it's probably fine to ask for guidance.
Salutation amiller! Welcome aboard and thanks for flying #! with us
I can assure you that you'll learn a lot , you so happen to be in the right place! and so i hope you'll enjoy your stay .
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