About

PhYnformatik

PhYnformatik started in 2010 as a Blog about Ubuntu, the open source world and games. It was used to publish some (self-written) programs and stuff about programming.

Writing about commands, a $ stands for a user command, whereas # is used, when root permissions are needed for some time. Have a look at the following example.

$ vim test.txt
$ sudo -s
# apt-get update
# apt-get upgrade

The name PhYnformatik is a mixture of my Nickname (Phylu), Physics and Informatics.

Within the last years, the topics got broader. The site collects university publications and summaries of several lectures (in computer science, educational science and psychology).

Janosch Maier (Phylu)

Janosch was born 1990 und has been using computers sice he was 8 years old. Since 2008 he used Linux as a primary operating system on his computers. Starting with openSUSE, Janosch later used Ubuntu and its derivates is now mainly using Arch Linux. For his servers he is using Debian.

While doing a social service in Uganda during the years 2009 and 2010, Janosch worked in the IT department of CECOD. He founded a branch of the Linux User Group Uganda in Mbarara.

Currently Janosch is doing his Masters in informatics at the Technical University Munich and does freelance work in computer science. Additionaly he is studying educational sciences with psychology as a minor at the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich

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