View Poll Results: what OS do you use

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  • Linux

    3 16.67%
  • Windows

    8 44.44%
  • Windows + *nix/BSD

    3 16.67%
  • Many

    1 5.56%
  • *BSD

    2 11.11%
  • woops you missed one

    1 5.56%
  • other

    0 0%

what OS do you use?

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    what OS do you use?

    what one(s) do you use?

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    Gentoo Linux
    Mandrake Linux
    Redhat Linux
    Debian Linux
    Linux From Scratch
    OpenBSD
    Windows ME/XP (used 95 and 98 before, also 2000 and NT)

    you missed: Linux + *BSD + Windows + Another

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    ohh boy.. why does this thread keep startin again and again.. How about a stats page which i created on the fly when the user visit thje site.. so people will stop askin this again..

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    Seriously, this has been done so many times its getting old fast. As i said in your first thread you could use the search option to find your asnwers. The most this is going to get is flames from those who have done this 5 billion times before.

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    It's a dead horse. Nobody that wants to make any money programs in windows. Either MS buys you out for a piddly sum, or they "add a feature", and you disappear.

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    Okay, I can settle this. I wrote an iccle perl script to determine your OS and then show all of them, and the amount of times they have appeared, in a table.

    http://www.legcramp.co.uk/cgi-bin/os.pl

    happy?

    (of course, it requires that you keep your http_user_agent untainted). Also, you can only use it once per IP address.
    Last edited by Brian; 08-07-2003 at 05:29 AM.

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    I thought I saw another poll regarding OS .. uh ! sorry, it was only about linux.

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