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I started with just SUSE 9.1, and now 3 months later I have SUse 9.1, Fc1,2, and 3, Mandrake 10.1 official, Berry Linux(live) Mepis(live) Ubuntu Fox(based on Fedora) Sourcemage(haven't tried ...
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    Linux Guru budman7's Avatar
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    How many distros do you own


    I started with just SUSE 9.1, and now 3 months later I have

    SUse 9.1,
    Fc1,2, and 3,
    Mandrake 10.1 official,
    Berry Linux(live)
    Mepis(live)
    Ubuntu
    Fox(based on Fedora)
    Sourcemage(haven't tried yet)
    Slackware 10(problems installing)
    Gentoo Universal live cd( trying to install)
    Black Panther(couldn't install, everything was in German)
    Arch Linux(haven't tried yet)

    Yes, I dl and burn distros for fun.
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    Ran mandrake 10.1 community since 2 months...
    also played a little with Debian
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    i own

    knoppix 3.6
    knoppix 3.7
    fedora core 3
    Yoper
    fedora core 2
    ubuntu
    arch .6

    thats it, all iso's downloaded through the net
    Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.

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    Started out with SuSE 8.2 pro.

    Replaced that with 9.1 when it came out.
    Now I use Slackware 10 ( but still have SuSE 9.1 on the system)

    I also have Knoppix 3.6 but i'm not sure if live CDs count!
    Ubuntu Jaunty :: Arch Linux (current) :: Acer Aspire 1692WMLi

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    I've got:

    SuSE 9.1 personnal
    Knoppix 3.6
    SLAX
    Fedora Core 2
    Slackware 10
    Yoper 2.1
    Xandros
    SuSE 9.2 live (gnome and kde)
    Cymrux 0.4
    Colege Linux
    Gentoo
    Mandrake 10.1
    red hat 9

    Edit: Forgot:
    Ubuntu
    free bsd

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    I have Mandrake 10.1 - Fedora Core 3 - Gentoo and Debian

    Im liking FC3 the most by far, it is very easy to learn with.

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    I've downloaded/burned (in my Linux career ):

    Ubuntu 4.1 PR
    Yoper 2.0 and 2.1
    Debian
    RH 8
    FreeBSD 4.11, 4.5, 4.6, 5.0, 5.1 and 5.3
    OpenBSD 3.6 (the iso is about 3 megs...)
    Knoppix 3.2, 3.4 and 3.6
    Startcom Linux Misteh
    Gentoo 1.4, 2003.something, 2004.0, 2004.2 and 2004.3
    Smoothwall

    I've installed on *my* box: RH8 (not for long), Gentoo, Yoper 2.1 (to fix my gentoo (reiser4)), and Startcom Misteh (to review, but it didn't work enough to review ).

    Gentoo has always been the main OS on this box (RH8 was only on for about 1 week), and it always, in the foreseeable future, be.
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    I think ill just stick to the ones ive actually used due to a large pile of linux mag DVD's in the corner.

    redhat 7.0
    redhat7.3
    debian 2.somthing four years ago

    mandrake 9.0
    Knoppix DVD (when win XP fryed the cd section of my combi drive)
    mandrake 10.0
    Fedora core 2
    mandrake 10.1 com

    slackware 8.1
    slackware 9.1
    slackware 9.2
    slackware 10.0 (only 2 days though)
    next: Gentoo (when i get some server ram)

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    Linux Enthusiast puntmuts's Avatar
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    Can't remember exactly
    Redhat 5.2, 6.0, 6.1
    Mandrake 7.x
    SuSE 8.?
    Debian Potato
    Gentoo < 1.0
    LFS several versions
    Sorceror ??
    Knoppix 3.7 ??
    Slackware 7.x/8.x/9.x/10.0
    I\'m so tired .....
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    Mandrake 7.1
    Corel Linux
    Basic Linux
    RIP
    Slackware 3.5
    Slackware 10
    Suse 8.2
    Storm something or other
    Deli Linux
    Core Linux
    Dyne:bolic
    Slax Professional
    Red Hat 6.2
    Red Hat 7

    That's what I can remember off the top of my head. I know I've got a few more around here somewhere.

    I also have another 10-15 other OS's that I don't bother to list (no I don't own a single copy of MS software)

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