[vox-jobs] Tutor Help Wanted
Annie (Andrea) Sharp
muchogusto at andreasharp.com
Wed Mar 29 21:49:48 PDT 2017
Any suggestions for help, anyone?
I have one goal that I haven't been able to solve using
online resources. Hence my request for in-person help.
Thank you for the welcome. I hope to connect with
somebody by phone at least, and am willing to pay
for their time.
Rod Roark wrote:
>Hi Annie, welcome! I'll just comment that tutoring is fine for getting
>started but don't rely on it too much. Linux was born on the Internet
>and that's where you'll find just about any info you could ever want.
>That includes asking questions right here on vox or vox-tech.
>On 03/29/2017 03:23 PM, Annie (Andrea) Sharp wrote:
>>I'd be everso grateful to hire someone to give me some "basics"
>>help with Linux.
>>I can meet you anywhere in Davis or thereabouts.
>>I've got Ubuntu, but haven't been able to find a statement of what
>>its particular flavor is,
>>64-bit Intel CPU,
>>16 GiB memory (15.6 shown in details),
>>and a mostly-unused 500 GB hard drive.
>>I've been using Windows since the early 1990s, and used DOS a
>>little bit before that but have completely forgotten everything
>>(wasn't much) I once knew. Haven't used Macs much.
>>I'd like to get some good advice about transitioning permanently
>>to Linux, day-to-day use-suggestions, and help with app
>>I hope someone will reply with: hourly rate, availability, a bit about
>>qualifications, contact info, and anything else you'd like to say or ask.
>>Tomorrow (March 30) mid-day would be great for me! I don't
>>know how long it would take. Do you?
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