Share this article Share “It was a lot of fun,” said Mattias Löfgren, one of the hosts.
“We were playing around with different setups.
Some of the hosting platforms weren’t so great.”
“There’s so much to learn, so much fun to be had.
We were all having fun, too.”
It’s also a chance to learn more about Linux, which is the world’s most popular open-source operating system.
It runs on Linux computers, Linux servers, Linux-based devices, as well as Windows PCs and Macs.
It’s used by tens of millions of people around the world, but it has also been used for malicious purposes.
The Linux Foundation has a list of known malicious Linux malware.
That includes the popular Kaspersky antivirus software.
“You know that [Kaspersky] is going to do their job when they’re done,” said Löffgren.
“The main thing is, you want to keep your Linux system secure.”
Lösfgren and Löberg added that they are using a Linux-powered device to log in to their website and also use their web-based tools.
“If someone can get past that,” said one host, “that’s great.”
The hosts also have access to their Linux network and they’ve set up their network for online and offline viewing.
“That’s great because we have to be able to see what we’re watching on that TV,” said the hosts, adding that it’s a “great way to connect.”
The host who won the competition said the experience has been “really fun.”
“It’s fun to watch the stream and be able get a good look at everything we’re doing,” he said.
“But also, the best part is, when we’re done, we can just get out of here and go home.
That’s the best way to do it.”
The Linux community was surprised at the result.
“It wasn’t the most exciting thing to say the least,” said Daniel Boulton, a member of the Linux community and an active developer.
“I was like, ‘Oh my God, they just won the Linux competition,'” he said, laughing.
“To me, this is just awesome.
It shows how many Linux users there are, and how much fun it is.”
The competition attracted some attention in other ways, too.
The hosts were asked to post a video of themselves in action to their YouTube channel.
“For me, it was a little bit embarrassing because I was just doing my job,” said Boulson.
“What can I say?
I’m a geek.”
The winner said the competition was “the perfect example” of how the Linux Community is evolving.
“This is how the community has grown,” said John Sorenson, another Linux host.
“So much of this stuff is just coming from the community.
It really is a great example of that.
So, it’s really gratifying to see the community grow, and it’s great to see how this community has developed.”
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