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    Quote Originally Posted by whatthehell View Post
    you probably dont know my operating system yet.
    its called Puppy. And i blog about it. if you wanna know about it, its in my sig.
    I just want to impress
    its puppy linux and its just about 94mb OS which could run in old pcs like mine.
    Realy? Sounds like you are having Einstein's computer.
    Kidding, Would love to see a screenshot of that.
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    heres a screen shot of it.
    this is infact and older version of it - the 4.0.0 version
    the current version is 4.2.1. which is now 100mb.

    you probably havent heard of the browser named Seamonkey.
    well now you've just.
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    Puppy Linux sounds fun. I'll give it a test drive one of these days. I'm currently running on winxp because I still have yet to setup openbsd on my machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noone View Post
    Puppy Linux sounds fun. I'll give it a test drive one of these days. I'm currently running on winxp because I still have yet to setup openbsd on my machine.
    sure its fun. you can run it in live cd if you just want to try it. download and burn the iso file in cd. - boot your pc in cdrom. and youre good to test it.

    have you seen the connect icon there?
    just click it to connect to the internet. and that smiley icon there can be youre support. click it once and the large community is ready to answer and guide you.

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    Look pretty much like early days of ubuntu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noone View Post
    Puppy Linux sounds fun. I'll give it a test drive one of these days. I'm currently running on winxp because I still have yet to setup openbsd on my machine.
    OpenBSD is a nightmare for actual usability. We run OpenBSD on our firewall, but not on any other systems.

    For desktop use, Ubuntu or Fedora are much better options.
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    Anyone tried Windows 7 yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    OpenBSD is a nightmare for actual usability. We run OpenBSD on our firewall, but not on any other systems.

    For desktop use, Ubuntu or Fedora are much better options.
    yeah of course they are. I could consider them the mainstream OS in linux. Lots of companies are using them nowadays.

    I don't know yet about windows 7 as i haven't tried it yet. And i think i may require lots for my hardware. as some techie guys see it, MS always ignore those 32bit users. But i think Windows 7 is better than Vista.

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