FREEDOM

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Hutch
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FREEDOM

Postby Hutch » 28 Mar 2014 12:12

Hi SolydXK users. I come from Scotland (A Scot with one t :lol: )
I Have been a serial distrohopper for 6years. Lately it has been less frequent as I have a set of apps I want installed so I have been searching for 'The One'.
Before I stopped using my 10 year old pc 2 years ago I ran debian testing and sid which I loved. My laptops since have had frequent linux changes but now I have come across SolydXK testing I feel the buzz again. Thanks guys keep up the great job and I aim to stick it out with you.

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Re: FREEDOM

Postby Arjen Balfoort » 28 Mar 2014 12:33

Hi Hutch, and welcome to our forum!
I see you found your way from the IRC to the forum.
I hope you're going to like your stay here.


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fleabus
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Re: FREEDOM

Postby fleabus » 28 Mar 2014 13:40

Welcome Hutch!

I haven't got a lot of Linux experience, having started last July, but spent my life and work in the field. Did some hopping around myself, but knew a good thing when I saw it, and made the place home. I still multiboot and play with others for fun and education, but Solyd is primary on everything I have, as it has always run happily on anything I throw at it. I don't have anything new yet (read UEFI), but hope to do a new build soon.

The community here is one of the best! Glad you made it.

-- Dave

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Re: FREEDOM

Postby Longshot » 28 Mar 2014 14:26

Hi Hutch, welcome to SolydXK, glad ya found your way to this great distro.

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ScottQuier
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Re: FREEDOM

Postby ScottQuier » 28 Mar 2014 14:42

Hi Hutch - Welcome!

I'm a Scott as well, but with two "t" :D

I hope you enjoy your stay with us and that it's a long and comfortable ride!
Scott
Quoting zerozero, "The usage of PPA's in debian-based
systems is risky at best and entails serious compatibility
problems; usually it's the best way to destroy an install"

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GDI
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Re: FREEDOM

Postby GDI » 28 Mar 2014 16:14

Hi Hutch and welcome to the forum! Forgive me for I am not a Scot/t, therefore I have no T s! :lol:
You should enjoy your stay regardless as there are a bunch of good people here.


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Sector11
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Re: FREEDOM

Postby Sector11 » 28 Mar 2014 16:48

Hi Hutch ...

We're both new. I'm a second generation Scot (with one t) and no 'ch' either, I'm not a genie.

My grand mother taught me well. :D

See you around the forum.

Edit ↓↓ OOPS! ↓↓ When is a tt one t ttwo many! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: FREEDOM

Postby Hutch » 29 Mar 2014 19:27

Thanks for all the warm welcomes. Scott I mentioned the T in reference to a post you replied to recently to someone else lol.
Having fun and plan on staying


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