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Originally Posted by sether ...and lakerdonald's JediLinux. JediLinux is now on my laptop... Would you say the Jedi Linux is an easy or hard distro to install and play with ...
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    Re: home many distros/OSs do u have on your comp


    Quote Originally Posted by sether
    ...and lakerdonald's JediLinux. JediLinux is now on my laptop...
    Would you say the Jedi Linux is an easy or hard distro to install and play with for a relative newbie? If it's not that bad I would like to try it out if you could tell me where you got it from...

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    I had 2, but now I'm down to one, which is my own custom built system. dd was nice enough to replace the ubuntu partition with random crap

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    2 times Windows Xp - I have to admit... But one is going off soon, and then there's my dearly beloved SuSE Linux 9.2 . I'm planning on experimenting with other distro's though, like Symphony for example, the alpha looks lovely .
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    Windows XP - I use Rhapsody and have to many problems getting it to work in linux. I guess I could move to iTunes but I moved from iTunes to Rhapsody. The reason is because at work, home and on the road I can listen to my music. For the price of one CD a month I can't beat it.

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    Currently running Arch and Ubuntu....Arch being my main. About to bump that number up to three when I get Gentoo Stage 1 installed.

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    SuSE 9.2 is the only OS I have installed and the only one i think i will ever need i love i havent had this much fun on the computer since i got my first computer
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    At the moment, I have SuSE 9.3 Pro as my main OS, on my main harddrive (the 120GB). Dual-booting with that (just because I haven't wiped it yet) is Windows XP, and on my 80GB I'm playing with PC-BSD.
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    On my Compaq laptop I went from an XP / Fedora Core 2 dual boot, to Fedora Core 3 standalone to SuSE 9.3 to Slackware 10.1

    I was in the process of restoring the SuSE install from backup image and I made the mistake of leaving my laptop alone, unattended and unprotected sitting next to my wife's laptop which had XP up and running

    I wasn't completely surprised to find my machine as dead as a doornail when I got home, while the XP machine was innocently whistling some sappy disney tune.

    So now the completion date on my home brew desktop has been pushed up, so I can get back to running a real os

    and I won't turn my back on that other laptop again...

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    Just Mandriva 10.1...enough for my little HD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gassman
    i havent had this much fun on the computer since i got my first computer
    I've felt this way since I started using linux.
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