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  • tamarian
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    Remote Server: Redhat Enterprise on dual Xeon
    Desktop 1: Gentoo on dual Xeon
    Desktop 2: Mandrake/XP Pro (dual boot) on P4
    Test server: Suse on P3
    Laptop: Gentoo-AMD64 on AMD64
    PDA: OpenLinux on a Zaurus

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  • Mayers
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    Computer 1: Windows XP Pro
    Computer 2: Windows XP Home
    Computer 3: Windows 2000 Pro
    Computer 4: Linux RedHat

    Server1: Windows 2000 Server (home server)
    Server2: Redhat
    Server3: Fedora
    Last edited by Mayers; Sun 8 May '05, 7:23pm.

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  • evssadmin
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    2 Computers on WinXP Pro SP2
    1 P2 Computer on Win2K Pro
    1 PPC on Windows Mobile 2003
    1 Mobile phone on Symbian OS 8
    Im also using ppc and mobile phone to surf my forum

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  • Cole2026
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    I run:
    XP Professional SP2
    Slackware Linux

    Dual Boot.

    Would like to try out Tiger tho, looks awesome.

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  • Forum-Style
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    TIGER :P Thou got to say in a working system i just may down grade to panthar again, which is alot more stable at current time.

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  • filburt1
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    Originally posted by wthr2
    BTW, how is Mac's Tiger??
    A friend of mine installed it on his PowerBook. Although Dashboard is exceedingly cool (as isthe associated Core Image eye candy), I probably wouldn't use it just from the amount of crap you'd have running constantly in the background.

    Also, he use Dock autohiding, and now when he moves the mouse to the edge of the screen, the Dock doesn't show up, which is a huge bug (at least that affects him).

    I'm going to be installing it on my G4 Cube when I upgrade from a pitiful 128 MB of RAM to a decent 640 MB. I already got a Mac-flashed Radeon 9200 to replace the worthless stock Rage 128 that can't do Quartz Extreme. The processor is fast enough at 500 MHz--OS X runs quite nicely on slower hardware as I've experienced with my iBook G3.

    As a side note, it's impossible to find a decent card that will fit in the Cube without moving stuff around or physically modifying it.


    And, for the original thread, I now run:
    • Windows XP Professional Edition (32-bit)
    • Windows XP Tablet Edition (Professional with tablet-specific extras)
    • Mac OS X 10.3.9, soon to be 10.4.0.

    I wouldn't put Linux on my home system ever given it doesn't have Internet Explorer (needed for web page testing only), Photoshop (don't suggest the Gimp), Dreamweaver (haven't seen anything better yet), iTunes (I have an iPod and prefer iTunes as it is), any good FTP clients that I've seen, Visual Studio.net (I'm developing in C#), any new games at all, etc. It is far from ready for consumer desktop use. The only thing I like about it is the superior file structure instead of Windows' idiotic drive letters and vastly improved command consoles unlike Windows' horrible one. However, OS X has both of those in an easy to use package.

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  • Moparx
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    Originally posted by BrentWilson
    Windows XP Sp2... does everything I want for home use and so much more! No need to try to be different and use linux!
    you said it yourself.. your OS does everything you want and so you are happy. As long as you are happy with what you are using, who cares what OS you are running.. thus there is no need to use something in order to "try to be different" at all

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  • wthr2
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    I operate on Windows Xp SP2. It's great!


    BTW, how is Mac's Tiger??

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  • BamaStangGuy
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    Originally posted by KimmiKat
    Mac OS 10 Tiger
    Windows 2000
    Windoes XP
    Windows XP Sp2... does everything I want for home use and so much more! No need to try to be different and use linux!

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  • KimmiKat
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    Mac OS 10 Tiger
    Windows 2000
    Windoes XP

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  • Moparx
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    GNU/Linux

    the only OS i will ever put on my machines

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  • Mainer82
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    [Home]
    Windows XP Pro on 3 machines
    Windows Server 2003 on one machine
    Windows 2000 Pro on one machien
    Fedora Linux on one machien

    [Work]
    Windows XP / Windows 2000 on over 3,000 machines
    Windows Server 2003 / 2000 on ~100 servers
    Red Hat Linux on two machines

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  • MrNase
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    Still XP Pro SP2, soon to be Tiger

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  • hpwilhelm
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    Mac OSX Tiger
    Redhat Enterprise Linux 4
    Win XP pro SP2

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  • JPT62089
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    I use Win XP with a Mac OS X style ready to go up any time I want to see the awesome interface of Mac's

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