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Linux

  1. ridethespiral
    Froyo Nov 8, 2014

    ridethespiral , Nov 8, 2014 :
    <3 Ubuntu. I've converted my mom and my best friend already. Buddy's ~8 year old laptop runs astoundingly fast with Ubuntu on it. Saved him from buying a new laptop.
     

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  2. flocsy
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2014

    flocsy , Nov 8, 2014 :
    Ubuntu (work) / Linux Mint (home)
    Started on Slackware in 1995, then Redhat, Debian, Ubuntu
     

  3. zoftware
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2014

    zoftware , Nov 8, 2014 :
    <My experience exactly.
     

  4. zoftware
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2014

    zoftware , Nov 8, 2014 :
    Thanks Flocsy. How does the OnePlus work with Ubuntu and Mint?
     

  5. antbox
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 8, 2014

    antbox , Nov 8, 2014 :
    Tape basic, c64, trs80, 3e, dos, deskmate, geos, win3x, os1-2, unix, novel, linux, winxxx, MCSE.
    if anyone wants to play with Linux this one is probably the best to start with. it's a live cd.
    knoppix740-bootscreen.png
     

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  6. freedomz12
    Donut Nov 8, 2014


  7. zoftware
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2014

    zoftware , Nov 8, 2014 :
    Thanks AntBox, when I find some invites, I will share more answers.
     

  8. Sp3CiM3n
    Froyo Nov 8, 2014


  9. malockin
    Gingerbread Nov 12, 2014

    malockin , Nov 12, 2014 :
    Started with Slackware back in 1997, installed with the help of a friend. A couple of months later I installed Debian on my own (2.1 if I'm not mistaken). Lived with that for a few years, then tried Redhat, Mandriva, and went immediately back to Debian. Then Ubuntu came out, and I rode that wave for a few years. I've been on Arch since 2012, and it looks like I'm settling in :)

    Moved to i3wm on the desktop recently, very fast, very functional, and makes good use of the keyboard. Along with vimperato for Firefox, I rarely touch the mouse these days.
     

  10. Nero
    Eclair Nov 12, 2014

    Nero , Nov 12, 2014 :
    My current fave is Arch, although I used Mint for a few years.
     

  11. nobelium76
    KitKat Nov 12, 2014

    nobelium76 , Nov 12, 2014 :
    Started back in the late 90's, grabbed a copy of redhat from Hastings... It was horrible lol. Not long after I started using Slackware, which was much better. Linux from scratch when it first came out then gentoo. Now days Linux mint works for me, but really liked archbang for a good 6 months not long ago.
     

  12. ultimusrex
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 12, 2014

    ultimusrex , Nov 12, 2014 :
    I use Mac at work and I have a gaming rig running Win 8.1, but we have an Ubuntu Linux HTPC attached to the TV in our living room.
     

  13. dcoulombe
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 12, 2014

    dcoulombe , Nov 12, 2014 :
    I started with Mandrake in 1998.

    I've mainly used SuSE (6.x-9.x), SLES (8-11), RHEL/CentOS (4-6) and about every version of Ubuntu since 4.10. Also tried some less known distributions.

    I've built my own system from sources (Linux from scratch) in ~2004. I've run Linux on very small devices (like on a Cubietruck) and on very big ones (IBM Mainframes under z/VM).
     

  14. flocsy
    Cupcake Nov 12, 2014

    flocsy , Nov 12, 2014 :
    I'll let you know once I'll put my hands on One :) Got no invites yet.

    But I don't think there should be any reason to worry. I have much older android phones, and never had any problems. Actually my wife's old HTC Desire sometimes gets locked somehow when she disconnects it from a windows machine without "unmounting" it first. Sometimes after this she doesn't see the phone when it's connected to USB (not even after rebooting both the phone and the windows) Then she comes to my Linux, connects it, and it fixes it...
     

  15. klye113
    Honeycomb Nov 12, 2014

    klye113 , Nov 12, 2014 :
    I use Ubuntu because it is the most Windows-like Linux. Generally though I am on Windows. I use Linux for my programming homework because it makes me feel cool.
     

  16. subhas_sing
    Honeycomb Nov 12, 2014


  17. subhas_sing
    Honeycomb Nov 12, 2014

    subhas_sing , Nov 12, 2014 :
    Windows for Photoshop, crap Adobe
     

  18. sh3llshock
    KitKat Nov 12, 2014


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  19. klye113
    Honeycomb Nov 12, 2014

    klye113 , Nov 12, 2014 :
    Photoship is too expensive for what I do. I just use GIMP on Windows.
     

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  20. ZeroAdam
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 12, 2014

    ZeroAdam , Nov 12, 2014 :
    I started with super old red hat when I was a kid. Got back into it/became full time Linux user with Ubuntu 10.04 and still use Ubuntu as my main distro. I also have an Arch box as well!