Hi All. I saw that there is an introduction page, so I thought introducing myself. I am a maths researcher, having some linux background from 15 years ago when I was a uiversity student, but using windows steadily on my home machines. Last year I acquired a Raspberry Pi, running raspbian wheezy on it, and I like it very much. Then I had to revive my mother-in-law's very old computer (it was running windows xp but very slowly). I decided to install linux on it, preferably Debian based, and that is how I cam across #!. I liked it the second I booted the live cd, and was very sorry to hear that its development ended in February. Then I read that Bunsenlabs is in development and I got excited again, and this lead me to finally completely migrate from windows to linux on all my machines (altogether 3 laptops and 2 desktop computers at home/work/etc). Now I am still in the process of tweaking these systems to my liking, but I am really happy that I moved to Bunsenlabs, the world opened up a bit more to me!
Thank you for all the developers of Bunsenlabs, keep up the good work!
Hello ghorvath (again), welcome to the forums!
I am a maths researcher
I'm pretty sure all the numbers have already been discovered...