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    What's your Linux?

    i have here SME, trustix, old fashion redhat 9, i still have to get fedora.
    pwede BSD? ahehe naa ko dinhi openBSD 3.6

    wats yours?

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    What's your Linux?

    Fedora Core 2, Slackware 10, Ubuntu, and different versions of FreeBSD for me all running on separate boxes.
    To err is human, to moo bovine.

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    What's your Linux?

    FC 2 & 3 (running), RH9 running, RHES3(test environment), Suse 9.1 Prof (test env), Suse 8.2 Prof (test env), Mdk 10 (sleeping), knoppix (sleeping)
    Registered Linux User # 279330

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    What's your Linux?

    SuSE 7.2 -> 9.2 professional (32/64bit) on many machines. Debian unstable for my desktop and laptop
    Ce-GNU-LUG

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    im running Libranet 2.8.1. still waiting for LN3.0 to come out. its Debian-based, btw.

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    i used to run 7 operating systems (win98se, 10 different linux distro's) with my k6 400 compaq presario 7 years ago - multi-boot galore. unfortunately, i have only short encounters with linux for the past 2 years now. im currently contemplating on running slackware again... does anybody here tried debian?

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    I wouldn't use Debian as a desktop. The current Debian stable branch ... Woody is 2 years old. Debian Sid will soon become Debian Sarge in the next few months ... and it's about time. I love apt-get though. When it works, it works great, but dependancy hell is just crazy when it doesn't work too well. I'd go with a distro based on Debian such as Ubuntu since Debian development is so so slow.
    To err is human, to moo bovine.

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    Slackware 10.
    To err is human, to forget your password is simply stupid.

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    If you want to run debian on a desktop, use unstable. I use it on my work desktop, works great. APT rocks :-)
    Ce-GNU-LUG

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    Re: What's your Linux?

    Ubuntu Linux 5.10: The Breezy Badger Preview Release. just installed it today (twas my fisrt linux experience! )

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