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environment variable is your friend

On Monday 19 April 2004 12:35, Duane Morin wrote:
> > It seems to me that the fact that a noob can survive two years with
> > Linux and still be a noob is a testament to how far along Linux has
> > come.
> Devil's Advocate: Is it better to have something that *appears* so easy to
> use that you have complete confidence in it immediately (Windows), or
> something that is so intimidating that after 2 years you still lack the
> confidence to think of yourself as anything but a newbie?

If someone is on this list that is interested in learning something, and 
hasn't done so after using it for two years, it's either modesty that he says 
he's a newbie, or he's missing his 23rd chromosome.

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