[CentOS] Troubles for an non-IT beginner

Wed Jan 19 18:41:53 UTC 2011
Parshwa Murdia <b330bkn at gmail.com>

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 5:12 PM, Lisandro Grullon
<lgrullon at citytech.cuny.edu> wrote:

> Dear Parshwa,
> I tend to agree with you in some of your points. I migrated my systems from
> ubuntu to centos and I could not be more happy. off course I have been force
> to learn the new places where things are "the redhat way" but not problem
> since the usual tools continue to exist in both platforms.  I have decided
> to run Centos in all my machines thus far, I do have some applications that
> only run in Windows, in those cases I keep a Virtualbox instance to use
> those particular applications when needed otherwise I try keeping everything
> in Centos as native. Do not get me wrong, centos is an "IT" operating system
> but it could equally be a tool of choice for "non-IT" individuals as long as
> they are willing to search, read, and ask questions when all else fails.
> Best of luck and Centos rocks!

Ultimately it means, Cent OS is good to start with!
Parshwa Murdia

Making the simple complicated is commonplace, making the complicated
simple, awesomely simple, that's innovation.. -C Mingus