I'm very new to Linux. Had been trying a couple of distros e.g. Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, ArchBang, and finally coasting to crunchbang. Using it for a couple of weeks and I'm very happy with it
The community is as awesome as the distro! I have been asking a silly questions in the IRC and receiving prompt answers Hoping to learn more from you guys.
Welcome to the distro and the community, ceilfors. Wow, you're very new to Linux, but you tried out Arch? How'd that go?
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"When you say, 'I wrote a program that crashed Windows,' people just stare at you blankly and say, 'Hey, I got those with the system, for free.' -- Linus Torvalds
Overall it was quite a good learning experience! The documentation on their wiki is one of the best documentation for Linux out there. I said so because I followed the whole guide and managed to get it up and running. And also, although I'm using Crunchbang now, occasionally I still read their wiki. I enjoyed my first time experience connecting to WiFi via command line I think Arch is good for learning Linux, but I'm afraid for a beginner like me it is very hard to get a real work done. I have to modify a couple bash scripts to get things done. I think I survived for a few weeks because I'm a software engineer.