Moparx.com hosts my random files and thoughts for the world to see. The domain name itself stems from my online persona/alias which I have been using since the early 1990s.
Computers are my one true passion in life and I gladly boast that I am one of the seemingly few that has used nearly every version of every major operating system over the years. As you browse my site you will undoubtedly notice that my preference lies within Unix-orientated systems such as GNU/Linux.
My passion for GNU/Linux first began when I received a copy of Red Hat 5.0. I have always enjoyed using the command line so I immediately began playing around with the operating system.
I dabbled off and on with GNU/Linux after that until I purchased Mandrake 7.2 and completely converted over to GNU/Linux in 2000. I also developed my love for *box window managers during this time as well and I became a happy blackbox user.
As time went on and my experience with GNU/Linux increased, I eventually migrated over to Fedora CORE, Debian, Slackware, and then finally settled on Arch Linux. At some point during my transition from Fedora I discovered Openbox and I have been using it ever since.
If you are interested in contacting me for any reason, you can get my contact information through this page.
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