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    what linux distros do you own?


    I know allot of us who have been tinkering through the years have amassed a nice colection..

    heres mine

    SuSe 9.1 Pro
    Basic Linux 3.3
    Debian sarge
    Red Hat 7.1
    Slackware 10
    Ubuntu 4.10
    TurboLinux 6.0 lite
    Yellow Dog 3.0
    Gentoo 2004:2
    Dynebolic 1.3
    Yoper 0.9


    as well as

    NetBSD 2.0
    Solaris 10 x86

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    Mandrake 8.0
    Slackware 9
    Slackware 10.1
    Gentoo 1.4 rc4
    Debian 3.0r1
    Knoppix 3.4
    Knoppix STD 0.1
    SuSE 7.1
    SuSE 9.1 Personal

    Those are the ones I currently have (dust included!).. I remember threwing away discs of Red Hat, Morphix, Conectiva (very old) and others..
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    You folks have got to correct me if I'm wrong.

    Nobody owns Linux... I thought that what it was all about...

    As for distros I have on CD or DVD, I must have about 2 dozen or so by now. From Arch to White Box.

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    i have :

    5- suse 9.1 pro
    1- suse 9.1 pro (dvd)
    1- suse 9.1 personal
    1- suse 9.1 live
    1- suse 9.2 live
    1- suse 9.3 pro (dvd)
    3- fedora core (original)
    4- fc3
    2- slackware 10.0
    1- knoppix 3.7
    1- ubuntu hoary 5.04
    1- arch linux .7
    1- damn small linux 1.0
    1- simplymepis 3.3
    1- kanotix 2005-02
    1- debian sarge 3.1 (net install)
    1- overclockix 3.7
    1-gentoo
    1- yoper 2.1
    3- mandrake 10.0

    and i have a mini cdrw which i use for "pocket" live cd's (like slax)


    wow, i have wayy too many cd's. i've tried at one point or another almost all of these distro's.

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    Quite a collection. I have (for now around 14 various cd's. But they are all free .iso's burned on CD's.
    Stumbling around the 'net:
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    Suse 8.2, 9.1, 9.2 FTP, 9.3
    RHEL 3.0
    Mdk (Mandriva) 10.1
    Conectiva 10
    Debian 3.0r4 (Woody)
    Debian Testing (Sarge)
    Fedora Core 3
    Knoppix 3.6
    Ubuntu 5.04
    Slackware 10.1
    Yoper 2.1
    Damm Small Linux (can't remember which version)
    SimplyMEPIS 3.3
    Gentoo 2004.3, 2005.0
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    FreeBSD-RELEASE 5.2, 5.3, 5.4
    NetBSD 2.0
    OpenBSD 3.6, 3.7
    DragonflyBSD 1.0
    Solaris 10 x86

    Ive had all of them on this hard drive, Im a distro whore. (Yes even knoppix)

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    I bought Sourcemage .93 and MDK 10.1.
    Distros that I dl'd.
    SUSE 9.1 personal, 8.2 pro
    FC 1, 2, 3, 4 test release 3
    Arch .6
    Aurox 10.1
    Berry .5
    Foresight
    Feather
    Buffalo
    CCux
    Gentoo minimal 2004.2 and 3
    Gentoo universal 2005.0
    FreeBSD 5.04(haven't been able to figure out how to install this yet)
    DSL 1.01
    Knoppix 3.7, 3.8
    Games(a live distro with many games)
    Lunar 1.4
    Mepis
    Slax 5.02
    Slackware 10, 10.1
    Vector 5.0
    VidaLinux(a stage 3 of Gentoo with X preconfigured)
    Yoper
    Vine(ugly Gnome distro, great if you like Gnome)
    Ubuntu(see vine comment)
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    SuSE 9.0, 9.2, 9.3
    Mandrake/Mandriva 10.1, 10.2 LE
    MEPIS 3.3, 3.3.1
    Slackware 10.1
    Fedora Core 3
    PC-BSD
    PCLinux
    Ubuntu/KUbuntu 5.04
    Xandros Deluxe 3.0

    Haven't really used most of them, but they're there if I feel like exploring...

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    Ive heard alot about sourcemage, and I still dont quite know what it's all about?

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    The commands are based on sorcery language.
    For instance, if you want to install an app, you would do "cast <app name>
    The apps are called spells.
    Or if you want to find a certain thing "gaze <spell name>
    Many other things.
    To learn more, see sourcemage.org
    How to know if you are a geek.
    when you respond to "get a life!" with "what's the URL?"
    - Birger

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