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Posted: 3/22/2006 3:44:27 PM EDT
Just wondering if there are any others here that are using Linux as their primary OS?

Debian Sarge here
Link Posted: 3/22/2006 4:18:45 PM EDT

Debian Sarge here

Same here. I've used Linux on production systems since October 1992 starting with SLS.z
Link Posted: 3/22/2006 4:40:03 PM EDT
i run fedora core 4 if that counts.

a dual boot on several of my systems. and i run it on my laptop, 100% wireless internet.
Link Posted: 3/23/2006 10:01:59 AM EDT
Slackware & Debian
Link Posted: 3/23/2006 2:39:08 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/23/2006 2:39:38 PM EDT by adair_usmc]
I run Fedora Core 4 on my PowerBook G4, and run Ubuntu and Kubuntu 5.10 on my main PC. I just run windows on my lan party machine, as its only purpose in life is playing games.
Link Posted: 3/23/2006 2:49:54 PM EDT
Slackware for me, even on my laptop. I'll also use Solaris from time to time.
Link Posted: 3/24/2006 3:17:09 PM EDT
ubuntu here
Link Posted: 3/24/2006 3:41:38 PM EDT
slackware, I only have winblows on my main computer in order to play games and run programs that I can't get working under wine or emulators.
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 10:08:46 AM EDT
Linux? What's that?

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Link Posted: 3/25/2006 7:25:35 PM EDT
how is slackware compared to fedora. im in no way a linux professional. i just tinker with it on the side.


is it fairly simple to setup on a wireless network?
Link Posted: 3/25/2006 9:25:48 PM EDT
I'm running one as a my internet gateway at home, acts mainly as a firewall and Apache web server
Link Posted: 3/26/2006 10:20:50 PM EDT

Ubuntu is the primary OS on my dual-boot scientific workstation at home.

Jim
Link Posted: 3/27/2006 2:27:25 PM EDT
slackware for me. just on my server though, because i'm a big gamer/audio production guy. 100% *nix one day though for sure... one day.
Link Posted: 3/28/2006 12:36:38 AM EDT
Real men run UNIX.



Link Posted: 3/28/2006 12:53:19 AM EDT


Nice toaster. That thing do bagels?



Link Posted: 3/28/2006 9:46:45 AM EDT

Originally Posted By KS_Physicist:

Nice toaster. That thing do bagels?








Yep.

And this SGI Indigo does espresso.



Link Posted: 3/28/2006 11:50:37 AM EDT
All the servers I'm in charge of either run Fedora 4, Redhat Enterprise 3 or Fedora 5.
Link Posted: 3/28/2006 5:09:36 PM EDT
All in total at home (I've been trying real hard lately to consolidate and get rid of boxes...). I'm running debian sarge on my main system, knoppmyth on my PVR box (got lazy trying to get the tuner to work right). Unslung on a Linksys NSLU2, and openwrt on a Linksys WTR54G. No problems with anything... My xbox is hard modded and I've been debating about trying Xebian on that too. Anyone have any luck with that?
Link Posted: 3/29/2006 4:24:43 PM EDT

Originally Posted By cruze5:
how is slackware compared to fedora. im in no way a linux professional. i just tinker with it on the side.


is it fairly simple to setup on a wireless network?

I think Slack is easy but I've been using Linux for quite some time. If you're a newbie, you're better off using Fedora. You'll catch on faster w/Fedora.
Link Posted: 3/29/2006 4:57:57 PM EDT

Originally Posted By rebby:

Originally Posted By cruze5:
how is slackware compared to fedora. im in no way a linux professional. i just tinker with it on the side.


is it fairly simple to setup on a wireless network?

I think Slack is easy but I've been using Linux for quite some time. If you're a newbie, you're better off using Fedora. You'll catch on faster w/Fedora.



what i was wanting to know, thanks
Link Posted: 3/29/2006 6:24:53 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ARDunstan:
Real men run UNIX.


www.blakespot.com/sgi/images/sgi_next.jpg



Wow! A working NextStation? Haven't seen one of those in years. Loved NextStep, Objective C, Display Postscript and all. Some interesting and innovative software was written for that OS. Hardware was so expensive that no one could afford the stuff, though.

Alpine
Link Posted: 3/29/2006 7:44:38 PM EDT
Unbutu... I lik3 2 m3$$ w/people's minds by booting to a live CD and taking every file off their HDD.
Link Posted: 3/30/2006 11:34:24 AM EDT
OpenBSD on my servers, Windows on the desktop. I'm a command line whore.
Link Posted: 3/31/2006 1:42:41 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Jon3:
OpenBSD on my servers, Windows on the desktop. I'm a command line whore.


s/Open/Free/
+1

Mice are for playing games.
Link Posted: 4/1/2006 5:25:21 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ProfessorEvil:

Originally Posted By Jon3:
OpenBSD on my servers, Windows on the desktop. I'm a command line whore.


s/Open/Free/
+1

Mice are for playing games.



And art.
Link Posted: 4/1/2006 5:03:16 PM EDT
Currently....

Media Box in the living room (running mythTV with vid capture card and VLC) - FreeBSD 6
Majority of Servers at work - RHEL 3/4
Old ass Dell Laptop used for media/car standalone tuning/whatever - FreeBSD 5.3

When not using command line I prefer KDE.
Link Posted: 4/1/2006 5:12:23 PM EDT
my fileserver runs slackware.
Link Posted: 4/1/2006 7:04:42 PM EDT
I've run linux as my primary OS for years. Just switched to Mac last week -- got a new Mini. I still run mandrake on my fileserver though.
Link Posted: 4/7/2006 6:53:11 PM EDT
openbsd on server at home, fedora 3 on servers at work, slack on workstation at home (about to go to fedora core 5 in place of slackware - I used to be a fan of slack, but it's been giving me problems on my newest machine).
Link Posted: 4/8/2006 1:40:43 PM EDT
Ran it on a secondary box at work for the last five years or so. I finally decided a few weeks ago that I no longer want to deal with formatting and reinstalling windoze every few months So I installed FC4 on my main pc at home and haven't looked back.. I installed VM Ware to run XP for the few win32 apps that I still want to use, but other than that, I couldnt be happier.
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