How To Be A Linux User

So you fell for Orca’s siren song and wanna try it out, this wondrous computer operating system called GNU/Linux? You wanna become one of the real kool kidz and IT wizards?

Are you sure?

You must know this decision will have consequences. Real consequences. On your life. Switching to Linux is a fork in the road of what you know as a human life. Once you made that step nothing will ever be the same again!

Derek made this welcome video for you n00bs … and you better pay attention:


When you are new to a group, sometimes it’s hard to fit in. New-to-Linux users often find that it is hard for them to fit in with longtime Linux users. So here are some tips on how you can start acting like a longtime Linux user…so you can fit in.

ACHTUNG BABY! All the side effects somehow only occur to the male portion of new and hopeful Linux users. Blog users and contributors Trapez, Becca and Orca – probably because they can’t grow a neckbeard – remain their status as IT Goddesses. As wimmin they are socially awkward anyway so the switch to Linux won’t bring about any worse symptoms. ๐Ÿ˜‰

4 comments

      • Smell good you mean ๐Ÿ™‚ I can’t even like your post Orca because it freaked me out. I have some old computers and I like anime. But neck beards and Vim? Stop me before I become a shut-in!

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        • Trust me, if I’d suddenly develop a neckbeard I’d become a shut-in as well. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

          And Vim, I hear that word all the time, don’t exactly know what it is and so far haven’t found a use for it. Guess I’m a pretty disappointing Linux user. Use it just as an operating system, not a geek toy. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

          But the widdioh was kool, no?

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