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Hello,

My name is Justin Breithaupt the maker of JULinux, Just Use Linux, or JULinux8. This project was formerly under another name started back in 2007 as an effort to make Linux easier for Windows users to switch to. Now that my distribution is starting to take off 3 years later I decided it was time to try my hands again at PR on the internet.

A little about me:

Currently I own and operate both "The Pomeroy Christian Youth Center" and "USA COMPUTER TECH COMPUTER RESCUE" from a large building in Pomeroy WA 99347 and this is where JULinux is made. You can find out more on Facebook.

In an effort to raise extra funds for my efforts I started video bloging stuff on YouTube.com as well with paid adds. I have a fun little show called "MAN VS JUNK" where I video myself fixing things in my every day life. My Pastor also allows me to put up his sermons although I don't put adds on his videos. I have other video playlists as well.

Now the reason JULinux is called Just Use Linux is not because people should only use Linux but it's a phrase of frustration Frustrated Frustrated Frustrated Frustrated when I as a Linux user watch Windows users make excuse after excuse about why they can't switch and I aim to eliminate all those excuses so that they can Just Use Linux and forget their viruses and other problems.

So go ahead and check it out at

    www.JustUseLinux.com

and see if you like it. You can also find it at linuxtracker.org.

May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you all. Smile Smile Smile

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