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    Linux Guru kkubasik's Avatar
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    Hey, you think i could make a bussiness selling coffins with cd drives for yall?
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    yeah i think you could :P cause i want to be buried with slackware LOL
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    do you think i should offer a dual drive option for you? special price!
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    Better yet...instead of roses at my funeral, bring Gentoo CDs...bouquets of Gentoo CDs.
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    Although I havnt been using Linux long, I've always liked the look of SuSE. Now I've installed it, I like the way it works too :P

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    i dunno if i can make it, but can you include in your will a cyber funeral? like webcast or summin? then ill just ship the cd's.
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    RH 7.3

    RH 7.3 - That I keep With me , Some old cd I use to make some thaings , but RH 7.3 is my first choice to keep in archives !! I will never throw it !!

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    I started with OpenLinux from what was then Caldera Systems. I had NO problems. Before I decided on a distro to try, I spent many hours (from a Windose install) researching Linux boards, looking for the distros with the most probs, and the least, and OpenLinux had very few, compared to other distros (three posted requests for help in two years on my fav board; all posted by me as I hadn't used CLI in many years). Then Caldera Systems merged with SCO, and promptly did a header off the deep end of a dry pool! When SCO removed Linux from their product offering, I switched to SuSE.
    I've used OpenLinux, SuSE, and RedHat. I prefer what OpenLinux gave me, but no longer offers (time to boot about 5 minutes less than SuSE). RedHat sucks big weiners. SuSE is tolerable. But SCO is as bad as, if not worse than microsoft, so I use SuSE for now. I'm looking as a source-based distro called SourceMage. One of these days, I'll d/l it and say "to hell with all others, with the possible exception of LFS".

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    i have been a fairly loyal user of slackware. been using it since version 8.0, currently on 9.1. haven't upgraded my computer since i left my computer at home. i regret that decision, if i had known that there was rj-45 ports in my apartment in pa, i would of brought it.

    however, i don't feel overly loyal to slackware. it just seems to fit me the best. in fact i have been considering other distros, like debian and gentoo. since they have a much more mature updating system.

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    Started by playing with something called Grey Cat then moved to RH 5.0 then to RH 7.3 then to RH 9.0 then to SUSE 9.0 now running SUSE 9.1 and every time I switched or upgraded I did not look back
    Long live the revolution!
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