[Ubuntu]
About two months ago, I decided it was time to revisit Linux in general after sitting down and reading through some of the new features offered by XGL with Compiz or Beryl. I installed Ubuntu 6.10 on a spare laptop late in march upgrading to 7.04 shortly after that, and I have been using it as one of my primary workstations since. In case some of you may not know, I recently found out myself, the decimal number following the Ubuntu version, denotes the month it was released: 7.04 refers to version 7 released in April. Linux has definitely come a long way since I last used it in 2004, at least in terms of being a feasible desktop operating system for the masses.
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Andrew Vayanis

I am a Software Engineer, Technologist, Gamer, but most importantly, I am a student of life.


Engineering Lead


California, USA