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    where could i find OLD linux screenshots


    i am talking about screenshots of linux 1.0 - 4.0 (older than 199
    i don't care which distro

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    http://kde.org/screenshots/kde1shots.php

    i don't know if that's old enough?

    Kriss

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    omg that looks so different to the current look and feel of KDE, it still looks better than any version of windows (apart from xp maybe) and that is one thing i like about Linux with KDE

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    well i was looking for more pre-kde and/or pre-gnome

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    Hm, well I'm shure eg. fvvm, gnustep, nextstep, afterstep etc etc would be interesting in that case.

    Good luck

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    the *steps were pre kde/gnome?
    also where could i find fvvm screenshots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriss
    http://kde.org/screenshots/kde1shots.php

    i don't know if that's old enough?

    Kriss

    What era is that?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DrCR
    Quote Originally Posted by kriss
    http://kde.org/screenshots/kde1shots.php

    i don't know if that's old enough?

    Kriss

    What era is that?



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    or maybe even linux 0.1 (first distro)? (which i finally found the disk files)

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    kaibab: What do you want them for?

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