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#1 2014-10-15 13:30:12

rmcellig
#! Die Hard
From: Ottawa, Canada
Registered: 2012-11-15
Posts: 624
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Another kick at the can

Here I am again using Crunchbang after a few months of using Ubuntu based distros. What's different now is that I know so much more about Linux than I did before. My fstab file as well as Samba shares are all set up and working great. I do have one other thing I need to do but I will put that in a separate post.

Nice to come back to a distro that is fast and works well. smile


Cheers Randy
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#2 2014-10-15 13:42:40

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Re: Another kick at the can

Yay, welcome back Randy big_smile

The fastest learner on the forums, going by your past posting!


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#3 2014-10-15 13:55:50

rmcellig
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Re: Another kick at the can

I REALLY want to learn this stuff so that I am not pestering the forum. I am also making more of a concerted effort to Google first before posting to the forum. I guess I like the social aspect of posting as I don't have any friends who are into Linux.

I have Debian 7 XFCE and Zorin 9  Lite on my old Dell 3000. Yes, it is still running after all this time and a few tweaks. I had Crunchbang on it a while back. I might just reinstall Crunchbang again and see how it does.

The more I learn life fstab abd samba, the more I value what Linux is all about and how much control we have over our systems.


Cheers Randy
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#4 2014-10-15 14:34:31

Sector11
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Re: Another kick at the can

rmcellig wrote:

I REALLY want to learn this stuff so that I am not pestering the forum. I am also making more of a concerted effort to Google first before posting to the forum. I guess I like the social aspect of posting as I don't have any friends who are into Linux.

Aaaaaaa hogwash .. sure you do and we're all right here.  Some of us are even Canucks.  wink

Welcome back!


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#5 2014-10-15 14:45:38

rmcellig
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From: Ottawa, Canada
Registered: 2012-11-15
Posts: 624
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Re: Another kick at the can

Canucks?? OMG wink

Nice to be back!


Cheers Randy
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#6 2014-10-16 01:02:01

Anaconda
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Re: Another kick at the can

rmcellig wrote:

...after a few months of using Ubuntu based distros.
Nice to come back to a distro that is fast and works well. smile

Yeah I can relate to that. Just ditched Mint for a Debian netinstall a few days ago. Setting it up using lessons I've learned from my time with CrunchBang.

Welcome back Randy. And yeah, there are a few other canucks around here.


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