bitter story of mine…. ha ha ha

well this goes out to my co-worker in the office. he was telling me that he knows all the pc motherboard troubleshooting.but he acctually knows nothing.he also tells me he knows all kinds of operating system but again he fail… he’s just telling me that kind of stupid thing just to impress our boss but the truth is our boss really pissed off with him.he he he well im not saying that i know all those things but im certainly not telling some peaple the things that i not really know. but instead search it through google. he he he. yeah google is my best friend at all. without him im stupid!!!! ha ha ha. atleast i admit it. i’m gonna tell you astory about him one day about the linux mint that i installed in one of the pc’s in our office. i installed it to make study of it and he acctually tells me that he know’s that operating system. he just said to me that. ” oh i know that operating system. it’s one of your customized version again of windows xp. and then i laugh because he was saying that he can even tell every version of linux operating distribution in the net. ha ha ha, what a jerk… i also laugh with my self,i realized what a bitter co-worker could i be. he he he.

well anyways if ever he came here with my blog. i will post a description of the linux mint that i installed with that pc.

here it is….———>

Linux Mint is a computer operating system based on the Ubuntu Linux distribution, which in turn is based on Debian.

Tux, the Linux penguin

Image via Wikipedia

Linux Mint provides an up-to-date, stable operating system for the average user, with a strong focus on usability and ease of installation. It is recognized for being user-friendly, particularly for users with no previous experience in Linux.[1]

Linux Mint is composed of many software packages, of which the vast majority are distributed under a free software license (also known as open source). The main license used is the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) which, along with the GNU Lesser General Public License (GNU LGPL), explicitly declares that users are free to run, copy, distribute, study, change, develop and improve the software. Linux Mint is funded by its community of users. Individual users and companies using the operating system act as donors[2], sponsors[3] and partners[4] of the distribution. The financial support from the community and advertising on the website helps to keep Linux Mint free and open source.

until next bitter time. ha ha ha. blog you later!


About marksalcedo

I.T. Technician, tech savvy, loves comedy film as well as horror films. loves any genre of music, im also a bedroom dj, tech enthusiast,

Posted on August 29, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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