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I'm an ordinary Linux user from The Netherlands (Holland). My knowledge of Linux is that of an advanced end user. No more, no less.

Almost 10 years ago I became a full-time Linux user, so I have nearly a decade of practical hands-on experience. Mainly (but not exclusively) with Linux Mint, Ubuntu, other members of the Ubuntu family and openSUSE.

The tips and how-to's that you find on my website, are mostly invented by other people. What I do, is collecting promising how-to's from the web. Then I try them myself. I rewrite the ones that pass that test, in order to make them as clear and simple as possible. Only then I publish them on my website.

The first time that I became fully involved with Linux was in the summer of 2006. Before that, I had already played fleetingly with a Knoppix CD, Mandrake and one of the first versions of Ubuntu.

But all that meant nothing: my real Linux adventure started on a hot July evening in 2006, with the unforgettable Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Dapper Drake. I've been a full time Linux user ever since.

Linux has been, and still is, very useful to me and also great fun. I hope you'll have the same experience!

Linus Torvalds, the man who created the first version of Linux, once answered to the question why he was involved with Linux: "Just for fun!" That's my main motivation, too.

Regards, Pjotr. 

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