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#1 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-06 13:18:52

Well... As there is a french-speaking community, I guess I will find easier help there.
But perhaps I will read and post here too?
Bon, comme il existe une communauté francophone, je suppose que ce sera plus facile pour moi de trouver de l'aide (enfin surtout plus rapide de taper ce que je veux dire).
Mais peut-être que je reviendrai tout de même lire et écrire ici... Qui vivra verra.

#2 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-05 22:43:15

Good bye, bis bald, ĝis relegado...

Maintenant... dodo!
Now... in bed!
Nun... mi iru dormi!

#3 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-05 22:38:52

vicshrike wrote:

Welcome to the #!forums Onagrino.

dziękuję bardzo, vielen Dank, muchas gracias!   wink

#4 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-05 22:35:56

photonucleon wrote:

I personally find Interlingua much more accessible than Esperanto... Not that I actually speak either of them, but I can read and understand Interlingua much more easily. smile

Perhaps here is not the best place to speak about constructed languages... wink  So we can go on with this matter in private messages.  Let's only say,  that the more important word in your post was "personnally"...  and this cannot make a statistic...  nor a standard for the whole world  tongue
Anyway, thanks for the tips (advices)  smile

#5 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-05 22:28:51

photonucleon wrote:

Benvenuto! Personellement, j'aime bien les langues. Je parle français, mais je suis anglais. CrunchBang est super!

Have fun with #! smile

"And my hopes are higher now than the sun in the sky
And they'll survive!"

Je crois que mes espoirs aussi... Mais ils sont très malmenés par le monde actuel...  sad 
I think that my hopes too are high and will survive. But they are maltreated  by the present word...

#6 Re: Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-05 22:17:03

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Saluton Onagrino, bonvena #!

Dankon, dankegon, Kato! wink   lol  lol
FR: En fait j'ai besoin de beaucoup d'aide car je suis totalement nouvelle dans le monde de Gnu-Linux!
EO: Fakte mi bezonas multe da helpo, char mi estas komplete novalvenanta en la mondo de Gnu-Linukso!
EN: Actually, I need to receive a lot of help, because I'm entirel new in the world of Gnu-Linux!

#7 Re: CrunchBang Talk » Why do you use #!Crunchbang » 2014-10-05 21:49:38

WELL... If you understand the meaning of my signature, you will understand too why I write a two-language post  wink
FR:  Je  viens juste de rejoindre un club "libre-GNU-Linux", je n'aime pas les tablettes sous Android, je voulais utiliser mon vieux "netbook" Acer (8 GO de ssd pour le système). L'animateur du club m'a conseillé CrunchBang, et je l'ai tout de suite adoré. Rien d'inutile, mais tout fonctionne bien. (Mon premier ordi était un ZX81, le second un TO7 Thomson, et ensuite j'ai suivi l'évolution depuis les années 90)
EN:  I just joined a Gnu-Linux club, and, as I don't appreciate Tablets with Android, I wanted to use my old netbook Acer (only a SSD 8 GO for the system). The leader of the club recommended CrunchBang, and I loved it immediatly: nothing in it is unnecessary, but everything runs well! (M first computer was a ZX81, the second one a TO7 Thomson, and after that... I followed the evolution, from the 90s)
PS: I know, I know:  there are much more people who can use english (as a so-called "international language"), than people who can use esperanto. Why? Because english is taught in almost all the schools, and esperanto not...
But I think that people could use their own language too.
  cool   tongue

#8 Introductions » Hello, I'm new » 2014-10-04 09:58:23

Replies: 10

Hello, I'm new. I just got Crunchbang on my old Aspire One...
I hope I will find here the answers to my questions.
i'm french and can speak english, but I prefer to speak esperanto, spanish and italian...

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