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Jul - Computers and Technology - What's your OS(es)? New poll - New thread - New reply
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Heliosphan

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Posted on 06-08-14 04:21:04 PM Link | Quote
I have a Mac Mini that runs Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard).
nym
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Posted on 06-11-14 03:54:20 AM Link | Quote
Oh cool, lots of Linux in this thread, and even some BSD. That's not something you see too much of on forums that aren't specifically related to that thing. Me?

Alis-FX (Desktop): Just upgraded to Windows 8.1 finally.
Rya (Server): Ubuntu Server 6.10 (I don't think I've turned this on in two years!)
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Posted on 07-02-14 11:52:29 AM Link | Quote
Time to give this an update I guess

- Windows 8.1, x64 on MacBook Pro, custom tower (new), HP EliteBook
- Windows 8.1, x86 on Aspire One
- Windows 7 (Home Premium) SP1, x86 on Fujitsu tablet
- Debian Jessie (feat. openbox+tint2) on Aspire One and HP EliteBook
- Debian Wheezy on Dell Optiplex -- no X server
- iOS 5.0.2, jailbroken, on iPod touch 4 (this is basically an iMessage device now)
- Android 2.3.6 on Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0
- Android 4.4 on Nexus 7 (2013)

I still use too many different things help
(though Windows version jumbles have been condensed into almost everything running 8.1, and somehow, I fucking love it. I've dropped OS X from the list as... well, OS X is essentially on a dead end track for me, so why not convert to the OS I'll end up using sooner?)
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Posted on 07-06-14 08:56:21 PM (last edited by jeanmich02 at 07-06-14 09:09:12 PM) Link | Quote
Windows 7 Professional w/ Ubuntu 12.04 Dualboot on my HP Lappie.

Windows 8.1 w/ Debian 7 + Windows XP Service Pack 3 on my Main PC.

and a Samsung Tablet w/ Rooted Jellybean.

So yeah, you see now. ^^
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Posted on 07-07-14 05:46:46 AM Link | Quote
Desktop - Windows 8.1 x64 & Elementary OS (not that I use it much)
MSI GX740-235US - Windows 7 x64 + Pinguy....11.04? I don't really use that laptop much
MSI GT70 0NE - Windows 8.1 x64

iPad 4 & iPhone 5S - iOS 7.1.1
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Posted on 07-15-14 09:08:09 AM (last edited by Hiccup at 09-11-14 10:55:42 AM) Link | Quote
64bit Currently Messed-up Ubuntu 12.10 with LXDE installed
64bit Windows 8.1
(ARM - I guess) iPhone 3GS - iOS 6ish (broken right now)

EDIT: It is an ARM processor according to SuperUser.
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Posted on 09-04-14 10:40:07 PM Link | Quote
Windows Vista

Fedora/Linux laptop
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Posted on 09-14-14 07:10:37 AM Link | Quote
Sapphire, Decade-Old Desktop: Windows XP

Chigusa, Reliable Laptop: Windows 7

Shiranui, Newly-Assembled Desktop: Windows 8.1. Now that I de-8ed it, it works well. At least, so far.
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Posted on 09-24-14 09:40:43 PM Link | Quote
Kubuntu 14.04

Really simple stuff, don't think I have enough know-how to really go into the other Linux OS's yet.
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Posted on 09-25-14 10:47:45 PM Link | Quote
Netbook (dionysus.cordilon.net) is now frantically being upgraded to Xubuntu 14.04. Since my last post it's been de-GUIed, de-plymouth'd, and de-mobiled, being reassigned as the server for KazBot for #cordilon on BadnikNET.

Turns out once you rip X and lightdm out, a gig of RAM and an Atom processor is a lot of room to work with.
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Posted on 09-27-14 01:24:41 AM Link | Quote
Been using (and loving) Win7 for years and years. If I get bored and wanna play or host Minecraft, I do it on linux mint because it seems to perform a bit better for whatever reason.
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Posted on 08-10-15 09:12:31 AM Link | Quote
Windows XP SP3.

*HACKING AND BOTNETS OCCUR*

But I would like to install Debian or Mint without a CD or USB since I use a netbook and have no USBs free. How would I?
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Posted on 08-10-15 09:32:43 AM Link | Quote
It's been two years, and nothing changed at all.

Windows 8.1 and 10 came...



Well, the only differece is that the Testing Computer is named "Crash Test Machine" and it runs Windows 98 SE, but that's nitpicking... or is it?
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Posted on 08-10-15 09:49:17 AM Link | Quote
Uh, update time?

Desktop (Nanami): Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Laptop (Kazari): Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Temporary Laptop (Kyouko): Crunchbang Linux (forgot what version)
Smartphone (Sayaka): Android 4.1.2 (rooted)

Other devices are retired or not really in use.
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Posted on 08-10-15 02:38:57 PM Link | Quote
Phone: Nokia S40 (J2ME)
Computer: Windows 7 SP1 and Debian 7 with KDE RIP

Windows 7 has a backup ready since I will try to upgrade to Windows 10 soon-ish. In case I don't like it, I'll just revert it back (I kinda need to reinstall Windows 7 either way because it is starting to get slow and CCleaner can only help so much). I also have to reinstall Debian because this installation is dead. Why? No idea, it just freezes before I can type my username in.
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Posted on 08-11-15 05:29:29 PM Link | Quote
Both my laptop and my desktop have Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit.

As for emulated/virtualized stuff, there is Mac OS 9(.0.4) and Ubuntu 14.
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Posted on 08-11-15 08:05:51 PM Link | Quote
Looks like there was a change for me.

Desktop: Windows 10
Surface Pro: Windows 8.1
Laptop: Debian Jessie
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Posted on 01-08-16 07:14:05 PM (last edited by Nin★Collin at 06-30-17 01:43:21 PM) Link | Quote
Alright then, the OSes that I use:

MS-DOS 6.22 (with Windows 3.1)
Raspbian (based on Linux distro Debian)
Windows XP
Windows 7
and was trying to learn Plan 9, but had some issues.
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Posted on 01-09-16 10:53:32 AM Link | Quote
Some minor additions since my last post...

PowerBook 3400c (Amaterasu): Mac OS 8.6
Pentium 100 Tower (P100): MS-DOS 6.22, Windows 3.11

...and I guess also an unactivated copy of Windows XP SP2, on a dual Pentium III setup I cobbled together for fun, but that's not really in use.
Zero One
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And as we fall the spirit carries on,
That a hero'll come and save us all,
As we call the ones we left below,
We all dream of the day we rise above
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Posted on 01-24-16 11:24:18 AM Link | Quote
Windows 10 on my laptop and desktop's 240GB SSD
Raspbian on an RPi
And, as of two days ago, Linux Mint on my desktop's 120GB SSD!
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