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    Administrator Advisor peter's Avatar
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    Welcome back to the forums!

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    Thank LinuxHomeNetworking......
    I was really Looking for such a Forum Where I can Discuss My Issues regarding Linux.....

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    Hi everyone,
    I am working on Linux platform as system admin from a year. Very impressed by linux features and I using fedora

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    I'm happy to be here,Really.
    I believe we can change the world by Linux.
    Try and Be patient.

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    welcome new people !
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    My Server Specs: AMD Athlon X2 3800+, 2gb DDR2 RAM, 1.5TB HDD, Ubuntu 9.10
    My Gaming PC: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.93ghz, 4gb DDR2 RAM, 9800GTX+

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    hi. tanx alot for your advise.
    i ali nasr esfahany
    i like linux and interest to be a linux man.
    i work in the network security company and need to be linux man.
    i wish best for u

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    Howdy and good luck with the linux learning.

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    Hey all, I've been using this website for quite some time already and I just love it. lots of useful and well arranged tutorials. I just came across your forums section and it's great! Cheers, Nir.

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    Hello, I'm a beginner to Linux all together and would love to learn more about it and how to proficiently use it. My other interest in IT is programming and database development. Outside of IT, I'm a "Texas Hold-em" poker junkie, LOVE TO PLAY.....

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    Fairly new to Linux. Have installed dual boot a couple of times in past three years, but never really used enough to become proficient. Now, support users on linux, aix, unix, and windows. Need tips on how to teach myself linux so I can navigate without looking everything up every time. In past, learned programming languages by solving a particular need. Any suggestions on a general need for learning an OS?
    Also, want to set up a home office network. Have bunch of windows PCs: XP, 7, and one Red Hat Linux 5 server, all connected to network via Linksys router. Need to communciate with all and control from one if possible. Have guide to Samba, but first thing it says is all have to be on TCP/IP and be able to be pinged. Know about ping, but don't know how to tell what's wrong when I can't ping a machine.

    TIA

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