I am Chris Kelling, and have been playing with computers from about 1979 and of varing sizes, classes, and many operating systems. I’ve use Apple II, II+, IIe, TI99 4a, amiga, vic20, c64, PDP 11/73 running RSTS/e, VAX (780 - 6800s) running VMS (where I learned DCL), ibm PC, AS/400, 4800, 3081, 4356 running various mainframe os (DOS/VSE. MVS. OS390, Z390), PC DOS, Windows, including win10, mac with maxos 6-10 up to El Capitain, and of course, Linux. My preferd disto is Fedora, but do keep up with the other distros, too.
I’ve been an IT professional since 1989, and currently a desktop support engineer for DXC working at Collins Aerospace. I’m slowly working on my LPIC and CISCO certs (my bachelor’s is in computer networking), and the IT director for the Vintage Radio & Communications Museum of CT. I’m also the president of the ham club of the museum.
Well, this way more than any probably would want to know. Glad to be here.