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 cc11rocks
234xp

Last login: 2017-01-12 17:53:16
 


Linux Mint Tester
 United States
Biography:

I've used several distributions on my main machines including Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, and Fedora.

 

I'm a full-stack web developer.

nnnAbout me : Fan and user of Linux Mint. Originally started using GNU/Linux using a flash drive with Ubuntu 10.10. It wasAbout me : Fan and user of Linux Mint. Originally started using GNU/Linux using a flash drive with Ubuntu 10.10. It was a great release and I liked it a lot. When 11.04 (with Unity) came out, I started looking for a different distribution. I saw a lot of support for Linux Mint, so I decided to try it out (v. 11). When I saw how great Linux Mint 11 was, I installed it through Mint4Win a week befor Linux Mint 12 came out. When it did, I completed my first full Linux installation. I love and loved it and installed Cinnamon starting with v. 1.2 and have since upgraded to v 1.4 (latest version). I use Linux Mint 12 with Cinnamon version 1.4 as my primary operating system, with Windows 7 Starter as a secondary operating system, which I boot into twice a month to update my unused programs. I have also set up working installs with LM LXDE, KDE, and Gnome. I have also set up a working (with Gnome) Arch Linux distribution under VirtualBox.
I am a major tech geek and computers are my life. I am a high school student who loves Linux and absolutely hates Apple. I spend my time on my computer programming (mostly Java), looking at tech news (Linux, computer and computer hardware, etc), and researching various topics. I have been running 100% GNU/Linux (not dependent on Windows) for about 6 months now and I hope to continue.a great release and I liked it a lot. When 11.04 (with Unity) came out, I started looking for a different distribution. I saw a lot of support for Linux Mint, so I decided to try it out (v. 11). When I saw how great Linux Mint 11 was, I installed it through Mint4Win a week befor Linux Mint 12 came out. When it did, I completed my first full Linux installation. I love and loved it and installed Cinnamon starting with v. 1.2 and have since upgraded to v 1.4 (latest version). I use Linux Mint 12 with Cinnamon version 1.4 as my primary operating system, with Windows 7 Starter as a secondary operating system, which I boot into twice a month to update my unused programs. I have also set up working installs with LM LXDE, KDE, and Gnome. I have also set up a working (with Gnome) Arch Linux distribution under VirtualBox.
I am a major tech geek and computers are my life. I am a high school student who loves Linux and absolutely hates Apple. I spend my time on my computer programming (mostly Java), looking at tech news (Linux, computer and computer hardware, etc), and researching various topics. I have been running 100% GNU/Linux (not dependent on Windows) for about 6 months now and I hope to continue.nnnnnnnnnnnnAbout me : Fan and user of Linux Mint. Originally started using GNU/Linux using a flash drive with Ubuntu 10.10. It was a great release and I liked it a lot. When 11.04 (with Unity) came out, I started looking for a different distribution. I saw a lot of support for Linux Mint, so I decided to try it out (v. 11). When I saw how great Linux Mint 11 was, I installed it through Mint4Win a week befor Linux Mint 12 came out. When it did, I completed my first full Linux installation. I love and loved it and installed Cinnamon starting with v. 1.2 and have since upgraded to v 1.4 (latest version). I use Linux Mint 12 with Cinnamon version 1.4 as my primary operating system, with Windows 7 Starter as a secondary operating system, which I boot into twice a month to update my unused programs. I have also set up working installs with LM LXDE, KDE, and Gnome. I have also set up a working (with Gnome) Arch Linux distribution under VirtualBox.
I am a major tech geek and computers are my life. I am a high school student who loves Linux and absolutely hates Apple. I spend my time on my computer programming (mostly Java), looking at tech news (Linux, computer and computer hardware, etc), and researching various topics. I have been running 100% GNU/Linux (not dependent on Windows) for about 6 months now and I hope to continue. About me : Fan and user of Linux Mint. Originally started using GNU/Linux using a flash drive with Ubuntu 10.10. It was a great release and I liked it a lot. When 11.04 (with Unity) came out, I started looking for a different distribution. I saw a lot of support for Linux Mint, so I decided to try it out (v. 11). When I saw how great Linux Mint 11 was, I installed it through Mint4Win a week befor Linux Mint 12 came out. When it did, I completed my first full Linux installation. I love and loved it and installed Cinnamon starting with v. 1.2 and have since upgraded to v 1.4 (latest version). I use Linux Mint 12 with Cinnamon version 1.4 as my primary operating system, with Windows 7 Starter as a secondary operating system, which I boot into twice a month to update my unused programs. I have also set up working installs with LM LXDE, KDE, and Gnome. I have also set up a working (with Gnome) Arch Linux distribution under VirtualBox.
I am a major tech geek and computers are my life. I am a high school student who loves Linux and absolutely hates Apple. I spend my time on my computer programming (mostly Java), looking at tech news (Linux, computer and computer hardware, etc), and researching various topics. I have been running 100% GNU/Linux (not dependent on Windows) for about 6 months now and I hope to continue.
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Ideas:

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Tutorials:

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Hardware:
SDRW-08D1S-U
Asus CD/DVD/Blu-Ray drive/player/writer, Works perfectly on Lisa
1005 HAB
Asus Laptop or Netbook, Works perfectly on Lisa
Favorite software:
youtube-dl
"Works fine. GUI interface is slightly annoying, but the command line tool rocks (Minitube is the GUI version). Love it!"
vlc
"I love VLC Media Player. I use it on Linux and Windows. VLC only has one missing feature : there are no library options if you want to browse and organize a music collection. Of course, there is always Rhythmbox for that."
chromium-browser
"Love Google Chrome. It saves all my passwords, is fast, and is amazing"