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Who I am

fireboy1919 (257783) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 0

You want to know who I am? I suppose some of you have journals for that, but I put it all on my webpage. If you're looking for something amusing, check the humor section, or try the text adventures. Oh, and now there's a projects page, which is statistically unlikely to be of use to anyone - it's documentation on how I solved some of the common Linux problems that I couldn't find any good documen

You want to know who I am? I suppose some of you have journals for that, but I put it all on my webpage. If you're looking for something amusing, check the humor section, or try the text adventures. Oh, and now there's a projects page, which is statistically unlikely to be of use to anyone - it's documentation on how I solved some of the common Linux problems that I couldn't find any good documentation on elsewhere.

Oh, and do you use perl? I just put my first module on CPAN - if you need to read config files, I recommend it.

Let me know what you think!

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