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Which operating system do you use?

Windows 9x/NT/2000
3
3%
Windows XP
58
52%
Windows Vista
2
2%
Mac OSX
15
13%
*Ubuntu Linux
16
14%
Linux (other distro)
16
14%
BSD/Solaris/other UNIX
2
2%
 
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Postby warriorness » Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:31 pm UTC

I made this same poll on a bigger, slightly less nerdy forum (LUElinks), and got about 85% Windows, 11% Mac, 3% Linux, 1% other. But I see that many people here seem to use Linux/UNIX, so I'm wondering what the distribution is.

Gentoo Linux here.

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Postby william » Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:38 pm UTC

warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.
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Postby warriorness » Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:43 pm UTC

william wrote:
warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.

How is Win 2k in terms of game compatibility? I've been thinking about how I'm going to dual boot when I get a laptop for college (my current computer isn't good enough for games), and I've been wondering if there would be any games I couldn't run if I had a version of Windows that's too old (not just 2k vs XP, but also XP vs Vista).

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Postby Toeofdoom » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:17 pm UTC

windows 2000 cant play mechwarrior 2! *gasp*

I use 98 here.
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Postby niko7865 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:38 pm UTC

a few different linux distros, xp media center, and vista
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Postby william » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:49 pm UTC

warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.

How is Win 2k in terms of game compatibility? I've been thinking about how I'm going to dual boot when I get a laptop for college (my current computer isn't good enough for games), and I've been wondering if there would be any games I couldn't run if I had a version of Windows that's too old (not just 2k vs XP, but also XP vs Vista).

Most 2000 compatibility problems are with Windows 95, and for that I just use WINE.

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Postby Fluff » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:58 pm UTC

OSX. I love Macs.

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Postby Lenale » Wed Jan 31, 2007 10:16 pm UTC

Debian... I'm slightly smug about the 0% ubuntu at this moment. Although I might switch in the future. ;)
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Postby Peshmerga » Wed Jan 31, 2007 10:17 pm UTC

WinXp fo lyfe nigga

Vista soon; although if I ever become too upset with the Microsoft Empire, I'll switch to one of several Linux distros.
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Postby Air Gear » Wed Jan 31, 2007 10:18 pm UTC

On XP, have the CD waiting to swap over to a Linux box (Ubuntu) when I'm ready, never, ever going to even look at Vista.

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Postby warriorness » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:03 pm UTC

william wrote:
warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.

How is Win 2k in terms of game compatibility? I've been thinking about how I'm going to dual boot when I get a laptop for college (my current computer isn't good enough for games), and I've been wondering if there would be any games I couldn't run if I had a version of Windows that's too old (not just 2k vs XP, but also XP vs Vista).

Most 2000 compatibility problems are with Windows 95, and for that I just use WINE.

Wine? On... windows 2000? What do you mean?

Perhaps I should rephrase my question: Are there any games that will run on WinXP but not on 2k? For that matter, are there any (upcoming) games that will run on Vista but not on XP?

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Postby grim4593 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:11 pm UTC

I use Windows XP and Ubuntu. You probably should have made a dual/triple boot option.

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Postby Toeofdoom » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:17 pm UTC

warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.

How is Win 2k in terms of game compatibility? I've been thinking about how I'm going to dual boot when I get a laptop for college (my current computer isn't good enough for games), and I've been wondering if there would be any games I couldn't run if I had a version of Windows that's too old (not just 2k vs XP, but also XP vs Vista).

Most 2000 compatibility problems are with Windows 95, and for that I just use WINE.

Wine? On... windows 2000? What do you mean?

Perhaps I should rephrase my question: Are there any games that will run on WinXP but not on 2k? For that matter, are there any (upcoming) games that will run on Vista but not on XP?


I think 2000 supports almost any new game XP supports, but screws up with some old dos games... but then what doesnt now days?

And i know atleast Crysis, and i think UT 3 are vista only. Very nice graphics on those. Next time theres a domestic explosion, someone probably set it to high.
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Postby warriorness » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:23 pm UTC

grim4593 wrote:I use Windows XP and Ubuntu. You probably should have made a dual/triple boot option.

Then there would've been n(n-1) or n(n-1)(n-2) options respectively instead of just n options. Just pick whichever you identify yourself most with.

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Postby cmacis » Wed Jan 31, 2007 11:41 pm UTC

I'm coming off ubuntu. It is a pain. Weeks in and I've not yet got all my hardware fully working properly. Linux with Gnome is supposed to be very stable but I've had random closing windows and a crash or two. It's hard to get stuff done, especially if you're used to stuff just working, the way it does in windows. I'll probably go dual boot vista and ubuntu, but it will be a small partition for programming possibly.

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Postby william » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:36 am UTC

warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:
william wrote:
warriorness wrote:Gentoo Linux here.

Same here. Though I also have 2000 for games reasons.

How is Win 2k in terms of game compatibility? I've been thinking about how I'm going to dual boot when I get a laptop for college (my current computer isn't good enough for games), and I've been wondering if there would be any games I couldn't run if I had a version of Windows that's too old (not just 2k vs XP, but also XP vs Vista).

Most 2000 compatibility problems are with Windows 95, and for that I just use WINE.

Wine? On... windows 2000? What do you mean?

Perhaps I should rephrase my question: Are there any games that will run on WinXP but not on 2k? For that matter, are there any (upcoming) games that will run on Vista but not on XP?

I meant WINE on Linux although a Windows version of WINE is coming soon due to DX10. And no, anything that runs on XP will probably run on 2000.
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Postby Babbler » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:43 am UTC

XP going fine by me, and I see no need to change.

BTW, why does Ubuntu get its own category?

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Postby thefiddler » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:46 am UTC

XP although I'm debating switching to Vista soon...

I would love to run Linux, but I'm a bit unsure as of where to start, knowing next to nothing about it. :( I guess you could call me computer illiterate.

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Postby appx » Thu Feb 01, 2007 1:03 am UTC

XP at the moment, I've had Vista running on my secondary computer for a couple of weeks, but I'm definitely not ready to switch soon, too many problems with drivers. I occasionally use kubuntu, but I'm stuck with windows for gaming.

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Postby selb » Thu Feb 01, 2007 1:50 am UTC

I was going to dual boot XP and Ubuntu, but I accidentally broke XP after installing Ubuntu, and I don't want to have to clean up the mess XP leaves after installing (mainly overwritten boot sector). So I run Ubuntu alone, with a 40GB NTFS brick partition. I'm actually quite shocked at how well Ubuntu's doing when it comes to hardware.

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Postby Toeofdoom » Thu Feb 01, 2007 1:55 am UTC

Yay, i'm alone in using windows 98!

Also, mandrake linux came with my computer. I use it for very little. Is it worth switching to a different version of linux or not?
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Postby Narsil » Thu Feb 01, 2007 1:57 am UTC

As the haiku goes:

I'm too poor for Mac
And far too stupid for Linux
So I use Windows


Seriously, though, I have some Dapper Drake CDs but I am just too scared I'm going to royally fudge my computer. I've heard too many horror stories. Plus, it just doesn't do anything for me. What's special about it that Windows can't do?
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Postby thefiddler » Thu Feb 01, 2007 2:00 am UTC

Narsil wrote:As the haiku goes:

I'm too poor for Mac
And far too stupid for Linux
So I use Windows

*is not too poor for a Mac, but decided not to get one because she didn't want to buy the MS packages (Word, Excel, etc)*
In fact, I just bought this laptop... was looking at a Mac, but decided not to... and I'm in love with it, so ha! :D

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Postby Toeofdoom » Thu Feb 01, 2007 2:11 am UTC

Hehe... I'd say "too lazy for linux"

and also i like games too much.
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Postby selb » Thu Feb 01, 2007 2:20 am UTC

Narsil wrote: What's special about it that Windows can't do?


Carelessly wandering the dark corners of the Internet without any OS-damaging consequences is always fun.

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Postby Toeofdoom » Thu Feb 01, 2007 3:19 am UTC

Yeah, thats fun :D and also its useful as a backup if windows fucks up. You can generally backup files even after the virus attacks, aslong as it hasn't wiped them. And seeing as no important information is on my computer anyway, it lets me be sure nothing can ever be a complete catastrophe, unless it causes my computer to explode somehow.
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Postby warriorness » Thu Feb 01, 2007 3:22 am UTC

selb wrote:
Narsil wrote: What's special about it that Windows can't do?


Carelessly wandering the dark corners of the Internet without any OS-damaging consequences is always fun.


Automated dependency resolution (for most distros at least; stay away from the others) is pretty good too. People always claim about RPM's "dependency hell" - well what about Windows? No package manager, even, let alone dependency resolution.

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Postby Air Gear » Thu Feb 01, 2007 3:44 am UTC

Narsil wrote:What's special about it that Windows can't do?


Well, if you're talking about Windows Vista, how about "run off of under two gigs of RAM"?

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Postby TheTankengine » Thu Feb 01, 2007 7:43 am UTC

cmacis wrote:It's hard to get stuff done, especially if you're used to stuff just working, the way it does in windows.


Ha! Man, that was one hell of a good joke there!

cmacis wrote:Help has been a joke, there are far more people seeking help then there are available to provide it. Maybe it's ready for office use, seeing as most companies will pay for the commercial support as well as keeping a good number of techies. Also most offices use standard software, which linux can provide, more or less. ... It is way off being suitable for general home use though. Shame, freedom is such a nice idea. Unfortunately drivers and games get released on the biggest format: windows. So I'm stuck with windows because everyone else is.


What are you having problems with? In my experience, ubuntu can identify and work with at least as much hardware as windows, plus it automatically installs drivers for you, something windows probably will never do. What are you having troubles with, perhaps I or this community can be of assistance.

Don't be fooled, Linux is here to stay and there are a bevy of distros that are right on the edge of being able to be used as a mainstream desktop, if not actually there.

For instance, I installed ubuntu on my mom's computer and she loves it. She thinks its so much easier and better looking and she doesn't ever have to worry about any spyware or viruses. Maintaining it is as easy as can be (box pops up, says download this whenever you have time, it automatically does everything and DOESN'T PROMPT YOU TO RESTART INCESSANTLY!) and it has everything she needs, with over 10,000 programs at her fingertips that can be installed in only 2 clicks.

So, what's the problem with freedom again?
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Postby TheTankengine » Thu Feb 01, 2007 7:48 am UTC

Narsil wrote:As the haiku goes:

I'm too poor for Mac
And far too stupid for Linux
So I use Windows


Seriously, though, I have some Dapper Drake CDs but I am just too scared I'm going to royally fudge my computer. I've heard too many horror stories. Plus, it just doesn't do anything for me. What's special about it that Windows can't do?


Dapper drake? Get with the times man! Edgy eft! or if you are brave Feisty Fawn.

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Postby OmnipotentEntity » Thu Feb 01, 2007 8:41 am UTC

Debian Sid here. KDE+Beryl.

What's special about it that Windows can't do?


Well, for starters, in a stock Debian install vs. a stock Windows install:

aptitude install
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whois
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tabbed completion
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Postby Gordon » Thu Feb 01, 2007 9:43 pm UTC

When I first got this computer I put a 64bit version of gentoo on here, but I didn't like it and shortly later XP came out with a free 64 trial version I could download. Then when I realised there weren't any fucking drivers yet I switched to regular Xp. I'm still pissed at linksys for their smug "of course we don't have 64bit wireless drivers, what kind of crackhead are you, we're never making them get out of our office" email. I wonder if they've made them yet... /wanders off into mist
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Postby shadebug » Thu Feb 01, 2007 9:50 pm UTC

64bit gentoo dual booting with 32 bit ubuntu edgy (wanted to see what all the fuss was about)
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Postby Gordon » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:05 pm UTC

Well it was... hm.. when did the 64bit amd 3000's come out? I remember it was all new and exciting when I bought it then the OS's weren't much better, there were few drivers and even fewer programs. Maybe time to switch back? How is the 64bit gentoo now?
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Postby shadebug » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:15 pm UTC

works pretty well for me, though the browsers are still 32 bit so they have some issues. Otherwise it's all good
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Postby Peshmerga » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:17 pm UTC

My next laptop will run Vista no doubt.
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Postby aldimond » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:18 pm UTC

shadebug wrote:works pretty well for me, though the browsers are still 32 bit so they have some issues. Otherwise it's all good


I don't have a 64-bit processor so I haven't yet had to deal with this mess, but is there some reason that browsers can't be 64-bit?
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Postby Peshmerga » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:30 pm UTC

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shadebug wrote:works pretty well for me, though the browsers are still 32 bit so they have some issues. Otherwise it's all good


I don't have a 64-bit processor so I haven't yet had to deal with this mess, but is there some reason that browsers can't be 64-bit?


WinXP64 has a 64-bit browser. The problem with 64-bit browsers is that most plugins are built for 32 bit environments. So the demand just isn't there yet.
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Postby shadebug » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:31 pm UTC

exactly, the browsers are fine for 64bit in themselves, but the plugins can't keep up
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Postby zvezdogled » Fri Feb 02, 2007 12:48 am UTC

im UBUNTU all the way, as hard as it goes.
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