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Joey
Just curious as to what distribution everyone is running.
Corey
Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (Woody) on my server.

On my main system I have installed:

Windows XP
Debian 3.0
Gentoo 1.4 (not sure of version)
SuSE 8.2


I voted for Debian GNU/Linux because I have used that distribution the longest and I still have it installed on my main system. I am giving Gentoo a trial run which has so far exceeded my expectations.
chrisw
i am running redhat 9 on my server at home

my main computer is running win2ksp4

my laptop is dual booted winXP Pro/redhat 9

AND

while running redhat 9 on my laptop i have vmware installed and I run win2ksp4 through it
hughesjr
I need more than 1 choice!

HOME
I have a dual processor p4 Xeon (2 - 2.4Ghz processors, 240gb harddrive[3x80gb], 1gb RAM) box that I use as PVR with mythtv (www.mythtv.org) ... it uses RedHat 9.0.

I have a test PC (PIII 800, 768mb RAM, 60 gb Harddrive) that runs RedHat Sevren (RedHat's new beta), Mandrake 9.2 beta, Debian Sid, SUSE 8.2 and Slackware 8.0. I use this to play with each of the distros.

I also have a WinXP workstation for me (p4 2.0 ghz), a WinXP workstation for my wife (p4 1.6 ghz) and a WinXP workstation for my daughter (p3 1.0 ghz).

I have a Win 2000 server that is my Firewall / PDC (p3 1.0 ghz).

My laptop (p4 1.6ghz) is a dual boot RedHat9, WinXP...

WORK
I run an HP-UX 11.0 database server (HP 9000 K570, 6 processors, Oracle 8i), RedHat 9.0 on 2 servers, Windows 2K on 6 servers, WinNT on 3 servers ... and 300 WinNT/Win2K workstations.
TequilaSunrise
QUOTE (hughesjr @ Jul 25 2003, 06:26 AM)
I need more than 1 choice!

HOME
I have a dual processor p4 Xeon (2 - 2.4Ghz processors, 240gb harddrive[3x80gb], 1gb RAM) box that I use as PVR with mythtv (www.mythtv.org) ... it uses RedHat 9.0.

I have a test PC (PIII 800, 768mb RAM, 60 gb Harddrive) that runs RedHat Sevren (RedHat's new beta), Mandrake 9.2 beta, Debian Sid, SUSE 8.2 and Slackware 8.0. I use this to play with each of the distros.

I also have a WinXP workstation for me (p4 2.0 ghz), a WinXP workstation for my wife (p4 1.6 ghz) and a WinXP workstation for my daughter (p3 1.0 ghz).

I have a Win 2000 server that is my Firewall / PDC (p3 1.0 ghz).

My laptop (p4 1.6ghz) is a dual boot RedHat9, WinXP...

WORK
I run an HP-UX 11.0 database server (HP 9000 K570, 6 processors, Oracle 8i), RedHat 9.0 on 2 servers, Windows 2K on 6 servers, WinNT on 3 servers ... and 300 WinNT/Win2K workstations.

Thats alotta PCs you got there man ! biggrin.gif

Im gonna run mandrake if i get it to work lol , see my thread in Technical support (orwhatever its called wink.gif)
gamieboy
All of my server runs on Redhat distribution (100+ and counting).
bubblesonx
I've run Red Hat 7.3, Mandrake 8.0, Lindows, and College Linux. Right now I'm running College Linux but I plan to get Red Hat 9.
JRandomHacker
Sheesh....ask me and a week later it'll probably be different.

Home:
It changes monthly...currently Redhat 9, was 8.0 2 weeks ago, a month ago it was Mandrake 9.1, two months ago it was FreeBSD.

One of my clients: Caldera eServer 3.1.1, but not for long. SCO's got me mad, so I'm preparing a migration plan to Redhat ES.
Another of my clients: Mixed between Mandrake 9.1 and FreeBSD. Currently migrating the 'BSD box to mandrake. This site also has about 12 workstations that I will be moving from Windows to Redhat 9.

Mostly Redhat it seems, so Redhat gets my vote!
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