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    Show your OSs

    this is because I'm somewhat bored. The idea is, you reply with a list of OSs you have. I have, and can use, the fallowing:

    My Operating systems:

    1. PC-DOS 6.3
    2. Windows 1.0
    3. Windows 3.11
    4. Microsoft Windows Bob.
    5. Windows 95.
    6. Windows 95 2nd release.
    7. Windows 98 SE.
    8. Windows 98 SE 2.
    9. Windows ME.
    10. Windows 2000 Pro.
    11. Windows XP Home Edition.
    12. Windows XP Home Edition SP1.
    13. Windows Server 2003.
    14. RedHat Linux 4.2
    15. RedHat Linux 6.1.
    16. RedHat Linux 7.2.
    17. RedHat Linux 8.0
    18. RedHat Linux 9.0
    19. Turbo Linux 1.0
    20. Turbo Linux Work Station 4.0
    21. Turbo Linux Work Station 7.0
    22. Slackware Linux 3.0
    23. Slackware Linux 8.1
    24. Slackware Linux 9.0
    25. Slackware Linux 9.1
    26. Mandrake Linux 7.1
    27. Mandrake Linux 9.1
    28. Mandrake Linux 9.2
    29. Vector Linux 4.0
    30. Ice Pack Linux 2.75
    31. ASP Linux 9.0
    32. Fedora Linux. Core 1. Yarrow.
    33. Debian Linux 3.0R1.
    34. Open Linux 1.3
    35. Caldera Open Linux 2.2.
    36. Libranet Linux 2.7 Classic.
    37. ROCK Linux 1.4.0
    38. Gentoo Linux 1.4 Pentium 3.
    39. SuSE Linux 8.1 Professional.
    40. SuSE Linux 8.2 Professional.
    41. Free BSD 2.2.5
    42. Free BSD 4.0 Power Pack.
    43. Free BSD 4.7.
    44. Free BSD 4.9.
    45. Free BSD 5.0
    46. Free BSD 5.1
    47. Net BSD 1.6
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    And to be honest, I actually did buy most of those. I bought all of the Windows/Microsoft/IBM products, and I have only downloaded like 3 versions of Free BSD. I bought the power pack around 2 months after buying my first Linux distro, which was about 6 months after getting a computer....I'v only been using *NIX for....Less than a year.

    It took me a while to get it online because my modem wasn't supported. So I rarely left it installed. I didn't start learning *NIX untill less than a year ago. I guess I got good quick huh? The Free BSD power pack 4.0 was my first version of Free BSD I ever bought as I said, but I got the older ones a few months ago off my best friend.

    I'd like to get a 486 with another version of DOS on it but they are not exactly easy to find. I don't know of anyone I could buy a 486 from right now....Which really doesn't matter because I'm broke. Oh well.

    I'd also love to get Solaris, OpenBSD, and UNIX. The actual UNIX OS, not a "version" or "distro" of it, but UNIX.

    Anyway, reply with your OSs.

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    My OS's.

    1: Windows 95
    2: Windows 98
    3: Windows 98 SE
    4: Windows 2000
    5: Windows ME
    6: Windows XP Home
    7: Windows XP Pro
    8: PHLAK 0.1
    9: Debian Linux
    10: FreeBSD
    11: IcePack Linux
    12: Gentoo
    13: BeOS
    14: Mandrake Linux
    15: KNOPIXX
    16: TurboLinux
    17: Slackware
    18: Suse
    19: Windows 2003 Server Enterprise
    20: Yellow Dog
    21: RedHat 8
    22: Redhat 9

    Those are all i currently have. Most of the Linux OSs i didn't use because of my dial-up. All of them were downloaded from linuxiso.org. I don't have the exact versions of the linux OS's right now because I'm not at home and don't have my CD case with me.

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    My OS's.

    win 3.1
    win 95
    win 98
    win me
    win 2k
    win 2k advanced server
    win xp home
    win xp pro
    win 2k3
    R H 7.2
    R H 8.0
    R H 9
    Slackware 8.1
    Slackware 9.0
    Mandrake Linux 7.1
    Mandrake Linux 9.1
    Mandrake Linux 9.2
    Adios Linux
    Licorys Linux
    SUse
    FreeBSD 4.9
    PicoBSD
    Mac OS 8.* 9.* X

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    I will just cut and paste from that massive list.
    Windows 3.1 (bought)
    Windows 98 SE (bought)
    XP Home (bought)
    SuSE Linux 8.1 Personal. (bought)
    libranet Version 2.7 Classic Edition (FREE)
    RedHat9 (bought)

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    The machine that had windows 3.1 it was a (Wang Professional Computer). If Im correct about that version.It still works and plays the original DUke NuKEM & Wolfinstein http://www.areyep.com/RIPandMCS-Wolf...tion-Main.html ) We had a modem(loud) on it an the only thing we could play was a online game called the PIT (crude graphics) But fun.

    If you have trouble remembering the paticular Windows OS here is a linkk of windows history
    http://members.fortunecity.com/pcmuseum/windows.htm

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    - SunOS 4.1.3
    - Solaris 2.5, 2.6, 7, 8, 9 ( Solaris 8 x86, the rest for SPARC)
    - HP-UX 9.x - 11i
    - IRIX 6.5.19
    - AIX 4.2, 5L
    - OS2/WARP
    - BeOS
    - QNX
    - OpenBSD 2.8 - 3.4
    - OSF/1
    - Tru64
    - Debian GNU/HURD
    - Debian GNU/Linux 3.0r-1 (Woody)
    - NetBSD 1.5 - 1.6.1
    - FreeBSD 3.6 - 5.1-RLEASE
    - SINIX V5.42
    - RedHat 5.4- Fedora Core 1
    - Slackware Linux 7.0 - 9.1
    - BSDi

    Most of which were nowhere near cheap, either in the form of media kits, 'license to use' and/or workstation purchases. The cheap ones were free (HURD, Linux, OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD, BeOS).

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    win 3.1
    win 95
    win 98
    win me
    win 2k
    win xp home
    win xp pro
    Redhat 8
    Redhat 9
    Knoppix

    and some old Mac OS which I can't be assed digging out my old performa to find out what it is

    v_Ln

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    win 98
    win me
    win NT
    win xp home
    win xp pro
    Windows Server 2003 Enterpise Edition
    Redhat 7
    Redhat 9
    Knoppix
    Gentoo Linux
    Slackware Linux
    Suse Linux 9.1
    Suse Linux 8.1
    Mandrake Linux 9
    Arch Linux
    College Linux
    Yellow Dog Linux
    lycoris Linux
    Free BSD
    Open BSD
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    Some older version of MSDOS
    DOS 6.2 or 6.3
    Windows 3.1
    Windows 95
    Windows 98
    Windows ME
    Windows 2000
    Windows XP (Home, and Pro)
    Windows 2003
    Mandrake 8.2
    Mandrake 9.0
    Mandrake 9.1
    RedHat 8.0
    RedHat 9.0
    Fedora Core 1
    Gentoo 1.4rc1
    Slackware 8.2
    Slackware 9.0
    SuSE 8.2
    SuSE 9.0
    NetBSD
    FreeBSD
    OpenBSD
    Debain Woddy (I forget the version)
    SOL (Server Optimised Linux)
    Connectiva Linux
    United Linux
    FreeDOS
    TurboLinux (I think I have it somewheres)
    Trustix (I think I have this laying around somewheres too)
    Darwin (Might have it somewheres, or had it.)

    And finnally

    I've also used MacOS' at school, from like the old, old, old ones to MacOsX.

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    1. Windows 3.1
    2. Windows 3.11
    3. WIndows 95b
    4. Windows 98
    5. Windows 98SE
    6. Windows ME (uggh)
    7. Windows 2000
    8. Windows XP Home
    9. Windows XP Pro
    10. Windows 2003 Server (Can't remember where it came from...)
    11. RedHat 6.2
    12. RedHat 7.2
    13. RedHat 7.3 (Can't remember where I put it...)
    14. RedHat 8.0
    15. RedHat 9.0
    16. SuSE 9.0 (Coming soon anyways)
    17. BeOS (Can't remember version, old though, can't remember where I put it either...)
    18. Mac OS/8
    19. Mac OS/9
    20. MS-DOS 3 (Don't ask... I don't know why I have it)
    21. Mandrake Linux ?????

    I have some version of Mandrake lying around, got it from a friend, haven't opened it yet, can't find it. Anyone who has seen the picture of my "desk" that I posted around here will understands why I lose things.

    And #22 on the list, my favorite of all, I'm not sure why, MS-DOS 6.2 (It still runs an old laptop)

    Real security doesn't come with an installer.

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    You are all geeks

    1. MS-DOS 6.2
    2. Win 3.11
    3. Win 98
    4. Win XP Home
    5. Win 2000pro
    6. Some Linux Mini-distros

    Stuff I've "touched" but that I don't own:

    - Commodore C128
    - some atari box
    - Linux Mandrake
    - FreeBSD (don't know version)
    The above sentences are produced by the propaganda and indoctrination of people manipulating my mind since 1987, hence, I cannot be held responsible for this post\'s content - me

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