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Poll Results: How long have you been using your current, main installation?

 
  • 24% (50)
    less then a month
  • 23% (47)
    less then six months
  • 14% (30)
    less then a year
  • 24% (49)
    less then three years
  • 13% (27)
    three years+
203 Total Votes  
post #371 of 4043
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Originally Posted by zflamewing View Post

My Linux box we belly up a few weeks back but flavors of *nix I've used in the past:
Mandrake (x86) p133
Solaris 8 (Sun Sparc Ultra 30)
Various generations of Free BSD (x86 hardware) Athlon 32bit
Gentoo (x86) Athlon 32bit
Open Solaris (x86) Athlon 32bit
CentOS(x86) Athlon 32bit
I dabble on various Solaris boxes at work
As soon as I finish my next main rig my current home rig will migrated to something Nix like just not sure what I'll run next.

FreeBSD thumb.gif
post #372 of 4043
@Plan9 I was thinking of leaning that way or going with CentOS again for RHEL studies....or branch into new territory and do BSD then spin up a VM for Cent
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So I guess you could say...

Windows runs on Linux.

Yes indeed. And quite nicely I must say smile.gif.
post #374 of 4043
Anyone else notice how much sauce there is in this kernel update in the Ubuntu Repos? One saucy update I must say!

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post #375 of 4043
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O how I am really starting to like fedora. I get Linux 3.5.4 jur days after release! I didn't care at first, but with all firefox plugins working and my internet less buggy then ever, my system great. I just installed cinnamon 1.6 smile.gif to top it off I find the yum output easyer on the eyes then aptitude's
post #376 of 4043
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O how I am really starting to like fedora. I get Linux 3.5.4 jur days after release! I didn't care at first, but with all firefox plugins working and my internet less buggy then ever, my system great. I just installed cinnamon 1.6 smile.gif to top it off I find the yum output easyer on the eyes then aptitude's

Welcome to the 6 month release cycle.
post #377 of 4043
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Originally Posted by jrl1357 View Post

O how I am really starting to like fedora. I get Linux 3.5.4 jur days after release! I didn't care at first, but with all firefox plugins working and my internet less buggy then ever, my system great. I just installed cinnamon 1.6 smile.gif to top it off I find the yum output easyer on the eyes then aptitude's

Welcome to the 6 month release cycle.

True, but even buntu uses that and fedora is miles ahead. I was amazed to see the 3.5.4 update. 3.6 is planned for 18 and its not even out yet. As is gnome 3.6.

Just wondering, where is arch in terms of gnome and the kernal?
post #378 of 4043
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True, but even buntu uses that and fedora is miles ahead. I was amazed to see the 3.5.4 update. 3.6 is planned for 18 and its not even out yet. As is gnome 3.6.
Just wondering, where is arch in terms of gnome and the kernal?

I'm at 3.5.4-1 on kernel, as for gnome -> http://www.archlinux.org/packages/ I don't use it so you'll have to search tongue.gif
post #379 of 4043
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3.4.2, same as fedora stable.
post #380 of 4043
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Originally Posted by jrl1357 View Post

3.4.2, same as fedora stable.

Starting to see the difference between Rolling Release and Bleeding Edge now? tongue.gif

Most things in Arch aren't necessarily Bleeding Edge, like most people like the believe. thumb.gif
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