..just like always off topic
zafer at aydogan.de
Sun Oct 7 14:08:29 PDT 2007
2007/10/7, Byung-Hee HWANG <bh at izb.knu.ac.kr>:
> ..First of all, I am not native English guy,
> ..so always I'm very sorry for poor English.
> There are so many people here in FreeBSD mailing. And many people are
> professional about FreeBSD, I think. I also use FreeBSD as main desktop.
> But I have no such good knowledge for FreeBSD. I just use -RELEASE
> branch every time. So pkg_add/pkg_delete is everything what I know.
> >From now on, I am thinking about to do good with FreeBSD in real life. I
> am now a biology student of a small university, as graduate course. But
> there is no FreeBSD's role in my work. All work is performed by
> MS-Windows.. My FreeBSD box is just as good as dummy. It's sad story.
> What can I do for my work with FreeBSD? I'm really want to do my work
> with FreeBSD.. word-processing, printing, statistics, ...
> Could you please give me some advice..? I'm tired now, however, I'm
> willing to listen to any comments.. any complain.. any thing.. for
If you want to use FreeBSD for your work, you should first find out
what tasks your work
requires and then try to accomplish them on FreeBSD.
For example, for your word processing work OpenOffice or Abiword would
> Byung-Hee HWANG <bh at izb.knu.ac.kr>
> The more complex the mind, the greater the need for the simplicity of
> -- Kirk, "Shore Leave", stardate 3025.8
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