How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one?

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  1. dragonbite

    dragonbite Well-Known Member

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    I have
    • Desktop running Windows XP
    • Router running IPCop and content filtration
    • Server running openSUSE Linux
    • Laptop running Ubuntu (subject to change without notice)
    • Desktop running Edubuntu and Windows XP[/list:u]

      How about you?
     
  2. Bill_Saturno

    Bill_Saturno New Member
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    Winbook Laptop w/Windows 98SE
    Acer Laptop w/ Ubuntu
    Acer Laptop w/ Vista
    Acer Netbook w/ XP
    Dual Pentium II Beige Box w/ NT4
    P4 Beige Box DeskTop- Triple Boot RedHat Linux / XP /Win2000
    P4 HP Desktop - Under Repair : Planned for Windows 7
    Power PC Mac Mini w/ OS X
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    :yippee RetroComputing Enthuisiast: :yippee
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    Atari 800
    TRS-80 Model I, Level II
    TRS-80 Model III
    Replica I
    Apple ][+ w/ FP Basic, Integer Basic, CP/M
    Apple ][GS w/ FP Basic
    Commodore CPM
    Commodore PET
     
  3. dragonbite

    dragonbite Well-Known Member

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    Wow.. things have changed since my first post

    1. Laptop w/3 hard drives running
      • Ubuntu 9.10
      • openSUSE Gnome 11.2
      • Fedora 12
      • Windows XP[/list:u]
      • Desktop (current) running Ubuntu 9.04
      • Desktop (being set up)
        • Windows 7
        • (will be) Ubuntu 10.04 LTS[/list:u]
        • File and Web Server running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, to be upgraded to 10.04 LTS
        • Router and Content Filter running IPCop (thing just keeps chuggin' and chuggin')
        • (developing) Backup server probably going to run Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
        • (developing) ASP.NET Web Server running openSUSE (so it is actually "Mono.NET").
     

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