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Morning all,

I'm new to this community and just wanted to post a formal hello. I am a long time user of LM. I shall be contributing quite a lot to the community. I am a Server Admin over at Crystaltech Web Hosting, and know quite a lot about Linux at the server level. If anyone has any questions regarding that, I'd love to throw two cents in.
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Welcome to Linux Mint! Glad to have you aboard :D
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Hello OakenMonk,
Welcome to Mint Forum :P
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Welcome OakenMonk. Love your sig.
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Welcome to LinuxMint and the Mint Forum.

Glad to have you. Enjoy your stay.
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Post by Superewza »

Vilkomen!

The Server OS marketshare looks a lot different to the Home PC one... why do people actually trust such critical systems to such unreliable software when Linux/Unix alternatives are often cheaper and a lot more reliable?
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