🐎 Howdy from Kentucky!

Howdy Partners,

I rode on my horse to check out this community after getting smoke signals from the natives that this is the place to be!

I am a n00b when it comes to Arch Linux flavor so be gentle with me (every winner was a beginner, right? :smiley:)

A little history with the Linux flavors I have experienced (in sort of an order as I remember): Ubuntu, Lubuntu, Zorin, Fedora, Linux Mint, Peppermint, Pop OS now EOS.

I look forward to asking many questions and being nosey. LOL

Thank you for reading!

RokettoPanchi (aka RoRo for short)


Welcome @RokettoPanchi !

As a fellow a EndeavourOS user from the Bluegrass State, I’ll welcome you with a firm handshake and glass of bourbon (both virtual, of course).


It seems you are an experienced Linux user. Then you’ll probably feel at home here. Welcome to :enos: !!

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Thank you kindly!

Oh wonderful! Prepare to be bugged by me! :smile:

Thank you for the warm welcome! Erm…where’s the chocolate cookies?


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No cookie, but I got cakes for you :wink:

:airplane: :cake: :cake:


Welcome to EndeavourOS


Some say Kentucky is the birthplace of cheeseburgers and KFC.
Some say it has the longest cave system in the world.
All I know is, Bowling Green makes all the Corvettes and I can never pass up staring at one when I see one :sweat_smile:

Oh yeah and welcome to the EndeavourOS community :wink:

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Welcome to the forum @RokettoPanchi :enos: :enos_flag: :partying_face: :tada: :balloon:

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Howdy back to you from Kentucky also. Welcome to the forums

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Welcome mate

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Welcome to the purple side :slightly_smiling_face:

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Hello and welcome @RokettoPanchi !



Hello and welcome to the purple side :wave: :enos:

Thank ye, Fbody!

Hmmm…Ford Body Mechanic? Am I right?

That will work especially if they fly! :smile:

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Thanks, Rick.

Last name Linux?

Intriguing…Why do astronauts use Linux? Because you can’t open windows in space. :smile: