Either you’ve been googeling my nickname for some reason or you’re a passing-by bloghopper, doesn’ matter, I’m glad you found it.
Mimor is actually my internet-nickname, so feel free to go and cyber-stalk me a little bit to figure out what’s keeping me bussy.
In real life, I’m more likely to be addressed as Mike. In full, Mike Morraye.
Born on 28/10/1986 (Roeselare, Belgium). Since then, I’ve passed some time in Dentergem, Lede, Gentbrugge and Ghent (Yes, they can all fit in a tiny Belgium)
Right now, I live in Ghent and I’m here to stay
In my spare time, I’m fiddling around with various hard- and software configurations.
Somewhere 2005 I installed Suse Linux 9.0 on my dad’s Pentium 3 computer. No he did not like it one bit.
I’ve spend lot’s time dual-booting as his bloody ASUS AAM6000UG USB ADSL modem didn’t work on Linux.
That’s the point I started to ‘fiddle’ with it. But never got the damn USB Modem to work…
From Suse I went to Fedora Core as my main desktop OS.
A little after Fedora Core became Fedora (5) and they added plasma to KDE, I found myself forced to switch to something new.
Going over CentOS, Debian and Mandriva (+some spin-offs), I stranded on Ubuntu (7.04).
Ubuntu has proven itself a worthy desktop environment for my needs.
On my netbook (Samsung X360) I’m currently running Arch linux. And so far, I find it the second best thing that ever happened to me. (I have to think about my Girlfriend reading this)
The Arch linux is set up to be as minimal as possible.
Using Slim as a login-manager, Awesome Windows Manager (tiling), feh as image manipulator, Xterm, mplayer-nogui, alsamixer, Chromium, etc…My netbook died RIP 2012
That’s it for now.
If you have any further questions or remarkts, feel free to contact me.