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  • Windows 3.1

    1 3.70%
  • Windows 95

    2 7.41%
  • Windows 98

    3 11.11%
  • Windows 2000

    6 22.22%
  • Windows NT

    1 3.70%
  • Windows ME

    1 3.70%
  • Windows XP

    4 14.81%
  • Red Hat Linux 7.x

    8 29.63%
  • Red Hat Linux 8.x

    7 25.93%
  • ManDrake Linux 8.x

    3 11.11%
  • ManDrake Linux 9.x

    7 25.93%
  • Mac Classic II

    1 3.70%
  • IMac

    1 3.70%
  • Unix (i dont know too many versions)

    7 25.93%
  • Other (please specify)

    9 33.33%
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Platforms, your Fav?

This is a discussion on Platforms, your Fav? within the Linux Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; For doing technical projects I like the Unix variants and OS-9000, currently I'm working for a few years with this ...

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    For doing technical projects I like the Unix variants and OS-9000, currently I'm working for a few years with this OS, very nice and very stable.

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    I've tried FreeBSD too. The catch is it is too large to download.

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    I heard that Linus Trovald uses SuSE and Redhat.
    slackware 10.0; kernel 2.6.7
    gcc 3.4.0; glibc 2.3.2; vim editor
    migrating to freebsd 5.4

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    Does he use Slackware too?

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    I dont know. I only know that he uses RH at work, SuSE at home.
    slackware 10.0; kernel 2.6.7
    gcc 3.4.0; glibc 2.3.2; vim editor
    migrating to freebsd 5.4

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    1. Gentoo Linux (Workstation)
    2. Redhat Linux (Workstation)
    3. Slackware, Debian (Workstation)

    1. Debian (Server)
    2. Gentoo Linux (Server)
    3. Redhat Linux (Server)
    4. Slackware (Server)

    and you???

    maybe windows *lol

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    echo "There is no need to bump a dead thread"
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