I first tried out Linux in 1993, long before most people had ever heard of it — or indeed, before most people had Internet connections. I went to Linux full-time in 1995, and have used it almost exclusively as my personal operating system ever since.
For people considering the switch to Linux, the task can be daunting. There are all sorts of new things to learn, new ways of using your computer, new software, new error messages, and if you aren’t very familiar with Linux, it could be a nightmare.
This site will attempt to demystify some aspects of Linux, give you some insight into my day-to-day use of Linux, provide tips and tricks, help when things go wrong, and make it just a little easier to live with Linux.