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Will be shortly "reframing" my desktop to separate drives for XP, SUSE9.2 (at first, but may change depending), and data. After that, I'll be changing an old IBM ThinkPad (running Win98SE) over to some flavor of linux (yet to be determined), and then I'll move my new laptop to whatever works best in linux.
I'm about done with Windows.
Mine is powered by the latent energy held within rabbit droppings. The methane powers ...
Great ... thought I was the only one ... except I utilise a methane fuel cell for direct conversion to eliminate odour and increase efficiency.
Backup energy provided by septic tank connection (we were missing a toilet reference in this thread ...).
Don't act special. That's just a fancy way of getting electricity, and you know it. ;)
My internet machine is a PII 350 on win 98se. It is totally, completely, and absolutely separate from my production machines which are running on win2000pro and Debian GNU/Linux networks and live in complete isolation and ignorance of the outside world.
- Win 98SE (don't bother reminding me - I know it sucks)
- Knoppix (Linux), installed as the native OS - Just because I was advised not to do it, and that it would create a "dangerously unstable" Linux envirenoment if I tried to run it as anything but a Live CD. It's, bar none, the most stable computer I have.
- Ubuntu Linux (Warty Warthog). I think someone else mentioned this distro. It's completely failed to impress me, on any number of fronts. Serious lack of hardware drivers, limited number of bundled aps (where's my Lynx, dangit? ). Ummm... I'll give them another release or two to get their act together, then give up on it.