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Hello from Pittsburgh PA!

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I have been using linux for years. I always ran Ubuntu until I discovered Mint Mate. LOVIN IT!
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Welcome to the forum.
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Welcome aboard, PowerHousePro!
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Welcome!
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Hi PowerHousePro,

Welcome to the wonderful world of Linux Mint and its excellent forum!
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Hello PowerHousePro and Welcome to Linux Mint Forums,
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Welcome to Linux Mint and the Linux Mint forum :)
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Hello Everyone! Thanks for saying HI. I love Linux Mint Mate. Currently running that as host. I just installed LMDE3 in VirtualBox. I am going to eventually migrate to that as my Host. I think it is a great idea to have a backup plan that doesn't rely on Ubuntu. I know I want to get away from Ubuntu all together. I use to be an Ubuntu person. Ubuntu updates broke my system more than once. LOL. Every time (and it happens a lot) a friend calls me with a Windows problem I try to get them into Linux Mint. After migrating a few friends to Mint, I don't get any more "computer won't boot" phone calls. No more "I have a virus" and so on........ HAHA It doesn't get any better than MINT! :D
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PowerHousePro wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:41 am
Hello Everyone! Thanks for saying HI. I love Linux Mint Mate. Currently running that as host. I just installed LMDE3 in VirtualBox. I am going to eventually migrate to that as my Host. I think it is a great idea to have a backup plan that doesn't rely on Ubuntu. I know I want to get away from Ubuntu all together. I use to be an Ubuntu person. Ubuntu updates broke my system more than once. LOL. Every time (and it happens a lot) a friend calls me with a Windows problem I try to get them into Linux Mint. After migrating a few friends to Mint, I don't get any more "computer won't boot" phone calls. No more "I have a virus" and so on........ HAHA It doesn't get any better than MINT! :D
Cool!!

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Welcome to the Linux community PowerHousePro.

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Greetings. I grew up not far from Pittsburgh.

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Crippled wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:09 pm
Welcome to the Linux community PowerHousePro.
Hello. Nice to meet you! The command line is your friend. LOL
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Schultz wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:06 pm
Greetings. I grew up not far from Pittsburgh.
Hello. Nice to meet you. I'm about 27 miles outside of Pittsburgh. Don't like living in any big city LOL
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PowerHousePro wrote:
Hello. Nice to meet you. I'm about 27 miles outside of Pittsburgh.
In which direction? I was 31 miles (as the crow flies) west of Pittsburgh.

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PowerHousePro wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:57 am
Crippled wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:09 pm
Welcome to the Linux community PowerHousePro.
Hello. Nice to meet you! The command line is your friend. LOL
Not for me. The command line has been my enemy. The command line is so 1980's and is like 8-bit computing. :wink: The G.U.I. is my friend. :)

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Crippled wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:14 pm
PowerHousePro wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:57 am
Crippled wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:09 pm
Welcome to the Linux community PowerHousePro.
Hello. Nice to meet you! The command line is your friend. LOL
Not for me. The command line has been my enemy. The command line is so 1980's and is like 8-bit computing. :wink: The G.U.I. is my friend. :)
I was like that at first. At the command line you have control of everything from one place. That why I like it. How long have you been into Linux?
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PowerHousePro wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:25 pm
Crippled wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:14 pm
PowerHousePro wrote:
Sun Jun 09, 2019 11:57 am


Hello. Nice to meet you! The command line is your friend. LOL
Not for me. The command line has been my enemy. The command line is so 1980's and is like 8-bit computing. :wink: The G.U.I. is my friend. :)
I was like that at first. At the command line you have control of everything from one place. That why I like it. How long have you been into Linux?
I have been using Linux since September 2015. The first time I had tried to use the command line was back in the mid 1980's. The command line is like 8-bit computing. I hate the command line interface as much today as I did back in the 1980's when I first tried using it. I find the command line to be counter intuitive gibberish that makes no sense what so ever. I have seen a video of Linus Torvalds writing code for the Linux kernel and it looked exactly like the command line. It was because of the command line that I waited till 2000 to get my own computer. I know that the command line is the base of every operating system and the graphical user interface runs on top of it. This command line fetish is the one thing I hate about Linux. I link Linux a lot otherwise. It's 2019, not the 1980's. If you and others like the command line it's fine with me, don't expect me to like it because I hate it. When the command line gets thrown at me I ask how? I copy and paste it into the terminal. It seems the only one who understands me in the Linux community is this gentleman in this video that I agree with. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKY40fRXKZs Peace. :wink:

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Hello and welcome to the forum. :)
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