Just an intro.
Lee A. Stone
stonedge at myfastmail.com
Sat Mar 23 07:17:17 UTC 2013
Nice to see you here Doctor Dan. ArchLinux could be a great choice and
look forward to seeing whaat you will be doing with thaat Rasberry pie.
Lee On Fri, 22 Mar
2013, Dan Rossi wrote:
> Just an introduction here. I've actually been a member of this list for
> years, but rarely read it. I work on linux every day, five days a week, and 7
> days when I am on call, but I access my machines via a Windows box and ssh.
> I've never done a linux install and know very little about installing
> packages, or any of the screen readers. I'm trying to collect info on which
> distro to start with. I expect I will go with arch or debian as I have
> decided that I need to use the 30 to 45 minutes a day of free time that I
> have, and so I purchased a Raspberry Pi as well as an Arduino starter kit.
> I figure that I might as well get my Windows box set up as a dual boot, or
> consider a virtual linux box on there for fun as well. I do run cygwin on my
> windows boxes just to help with certain tasks.
> Nice to see a lot of familiar names still in the arena. I'll start asking
> questions once I have reasonably intelligent questions to ask.
> -- Blue skies.
> Dan Rossi
> Senior Oracle Database Administrator
> Carnegie Mellon University.
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