This page exists as a short introduction to some of our members. You can add yourself and your story to this page by forking the SLLUG.github.io repository and submitting a pull request.
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Len is a founding member of the Sarnia-Lambton Linux Users Group. Len first started using Linux in 1998, with Slackware v3.4. Since that time, Len has installed and used Linux on various devices, with various levels of success. Len is familiar (in chronological order) with:
- Slackware Linux
- Gentoo Linux
- Xubuntu Linux
- Arch Linux
- Fedora Linux
- CentOS Linux
- Ubuntu Linux
- DD-WRT Firmware
- Amazon Linux
- Raspbian Linux
- OSMC - Open Source Media Centre
- OpenELEC - Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center
He currently uses Ubuntu Linux on his daily-driver laptop, manages several cloud servers running a combination of Ubuntu, CentOS, and Amazon Linux, and has a handful of Raspberry Pi devices around the city running Raspbian, OSMC or OpenELEC.
If you’d like to contact Len Payne you can do so through Twitter, or E-Mail.