I am 3rd year software engineering student in the University of Southampton. I have been a linux for a long time. Started with Mandrake during my A-Levels. Moved to Red hat for a while. Then, switched to gentoo. But compiling and recompiling packages has taken a toll on my laptop. Now the fan is making a lot of noise.
So, I download Debian, installed it my friend T3's laptop, just to test. But I had downloaded the stable version with 2.4 kernel, with old packages. So I borrowed the Fedora Core 3 from my other friend and installed it. Then Chris, my team mate in Group projet, told me about Ubuntu. So during the summer switched to Hoary. Been happy ever since :) My system is a dual boot, but when is the last time I used Windoze ..... I cant remember ;-). I just have it, just in case I had to use a windows only software, but I doubt I would, with all the open source software out there :D
- I want to help translate Ubuntu in my language - Tamil.
- Tamil is a South-Indian language.
- Basically anything to promote the tamil langugage.
- BTW, tamil, should be thamizh ;-), where zh = l.