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Rainer MerklasThe company name is only visible to registered members.05 Mar 2008, 2:27 pm
the first time I got in touch with Linux was at that time where everybody went no nic.funet.fi usinf the IP-address and downloaded the source. I owned an amiga 2000 (a really brilliant computer). I had to download also an compiler for getting Linux started.It was a pretty funny time. Microsoft came up with Windows for Workgroups and and a brand new DOS. And there was OS/2 (which is at a german bank in use nowadays also)
According to my needs I went over for DOS. later I headed to windows and finally i had to use Solaris. When I founded my own business, i decided to use Linux. It was "cheaper" than MS-Products and it has a rock-solid base.
Now the time has arrived were I have to setup several boxes and to get them work together. I tested a lot of distros (CentOS, Fedora, Suse, Gentoo/Sabayon, debian, kubuntu). Right now i have to setup a box wich will host the ERP and the CRM of my company.
So what is better than merging the forum when using Linux in business. I hope I will get a lof of new ideas and different sights on this topic. Let's have a good day and evening enjoying Linx
Rainer H Merklas
ps: I'm sorry for my English but I didn't use it for several years...
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Rainer MerklasThe company name is only visible to registered members.05 Mar 2008, 9:57 pm
Die Spracheinstellung dieses Forums ist Englisch. Bitte achten Sie darauf, dass Ihr Artikel in dieser Sprache verfasst ist.
Also habe ich es versucht ohne daß es eine Versuchung wurde.
Gruß aus Weinheim
Rainer H Merklas