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Which OS do you really use most of the time?


Posted by Yaba on Jul 3 2006
Linux80%80%80% 80%
xBSD3%3%3% 3%
An commercial Unix0%0%0% 0%
BeOS/Zeta0%0%0% 0%
Mac OS X3%3%3% 3%
Windows13%13%13% 13%
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 Linux

 
 by nooblinux on: Jul 5 2006
 
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I tried linux back in the day, I think it was maybe Mandrake 6. something or other, I'm using kanotix now and it's much better,SuSE is ok but Kanotix has better support!


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 Re: Linux

 
 by gr3g on: Jul 5 2006
 
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try slax or (k)ubuntu, it's easy to use..


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 Better than windoze

 
 by nooblinux on: Jul 5 2006
 
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I tried linux back in the day, I think it was maybe Mandrake 6. something or other, I'm using kanotix now and it's much better,SuSE is ok but Kanotix has better support!


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 Political Correctnes

 
 by soulrebel on: Jul 5 2006
 
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please don't write xBSD, they are very different indeed.

and i think you mean proprietry Unix, not commercial.

oh and it's GNU/Linux ;)


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 Re: Political Correc

 
 by Yaba on: Jul 5 2006
 
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*sigh*

Could you guys at least agree on something or shall I release a new poll on this? ;-)


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 Re: Political Correctnes

 
 by bitwit on: Jul 6 2006
 
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a matter of understanding really, casual is ok for this forum.

xBSD is perfectly understandable as a reference to another substantial group of OS(s) different from GNU/Linux

no new poll, just give it some time

;-)


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 Re: Political Correc

 
 by rraab on: Jul 6 2006
 
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Did you understand what was meant? Obviously you did. I know that I did.

  • xBSD means one of the BSDs.
  • Linux means a linux distro.
  • and commercial Unix means a standard unix (such as solaris, hp-ux, or aix).

so the wording is good.


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 Re: Re: Political Correc

 
 by bitwit on: Jul 7 2006
 
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there ya go, at least two of us agree.


Van Laningham's Law:
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 it depends...

 
 by Hintzy on: Jul 6 2006
 
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At home, I use linux almost exclusively, unless I want to play a windows game, print, or access my wife's Zen Micro. Linux is able to do everything else that I need to do on that machine, and do it better than windows!

At work, I use windows for almost everything except a few specialized tasks, but I'm working on expanding my linux use there as much as possible! ;-)


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 gentoo linux!

 
 by shades on: Jul 7 2006
 
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i'm using gentoo linux on my asus w1n. 1 year and a half has passed and i had zero problems. Support, stability, security... just great. I'm also using kubuntu on my new laptop and it's ok, adept works fine but gentoo portage is by far more complete... i will switch this one to gentoo soon...


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 Re: gentoo linux!

 
 by oldjim on: Jul 7 2006
 
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The pole result, just goes to show that LInus Torvold's "World Domination" is on the way.


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 Linux all the time

 
 by Murfy on: Jul 9 2006
 
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I used Mandriva in the beginning, that must be about 5 years ago, but then I also tried SuSe. It was nice too, but a bit to much for my cheap laptop.

Now I switched to Kubuntu and I just love it: all those binary packages available, it just makes my life a lot easier :D
It's also always up to date, so I'm sure that when KDE 4 is out, it will be available on the Kubuntu servers in no time.


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