exploder wrote:I still look at lots of different distros, sometimes I see something that interests me but Mint has always been my choice of operating system for my main machine. The Mint forum has always felt like home too. We have a lot of nice people here and the forum has a relaxed atmosphere to it. There aren't a dozen moderators deleting and moving posts and the Mint Team is an honest group of people that enjoy what they do. The best of everything Linux is right here!
exploder wrote:mitsuzero, your english is 100% better than my spanish! I understand what you are saying just fine. It sounds like you and I have had some similar experiences.
exploder wrote:For me Mint made Gnome appealing! I had used Fedora Core for a while so I was familiar with Gnome but I never really liked the menu and the two panel layout, it just looked primitive to me. Mint was trying to make Gnome appealing and user friendly.
syred wrote:Ok guys, don't judge a distro from its official forum, i mean, mint is mint, it rocks, and the developers are mind readers, what else do you want?
trident wrote:My distro-life? My brother ordered an Ubuntu CD on a whim and I tried it out. It didn't work,
lexon wrote:I still have the PB. I use W98SE to read and reset a CarChip I use in my Ford F150 4 X 4 to monitor the sensors. The device plugs into the ODB II port. The CarChip requires a serial port and Windows. I do not have the W98SE CD anymore so I keep the stand alone PC in the basement of the house.
Linux is all I use right now.
Fred wrote:Collecting PCs is a much more relaxing and sustainable hobby than collecting women. Women all tend to be proprietary, not open source. Compatibility and software issues can never seem to be resolved satisfactorily for any length of time. High maintenance is the norm and updating your collection is never a smooth, glitch-free task.
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