How would have thought that the bold decision that I made one day to keep Linux as the OS of the first netbook I bought was going to bring me this far?
I became a Linux user without any knowledge of this OS. I installed it and made many mistakes, but I was determined to learn.
|Six years already!|
What has changed since I started?
To begin with, I would say that Linux has become a lot easier to install. I mean, one needs less tinkering to have it ready for show-time. For example, I installed yesterday OpenMandriva to a laptop that had an unusable Windows. The distro picked up everything and, to my surprise, charged the battery, with Windows claimed was dead.
I hope I get enough material to post entries, hehe!