Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by LMAC, Nov 5, 2003.
Lets hear what OS's you are running
right now 2000 pro but in a couple of days XP pro is going on
xp pro and nothing but
XP Home on the laptop and XP pro on the desktop
and win 95 and 98 on some computers in my garage haha
XP Pro, 2000 Pro, NT, Win98 SE.
Is that new?
So your running 4 Operating Systems are you?
me= XP Pro work and home
well between work n home.
Exactly what is the point of running 4 OS's? Between 2 PC's I assume?
XP Pro Corp.
XP pro soon to be 2003 Server
*damn you xp for limiting IIS to 10 connections
XP Pro on Desktop and Laptop, Win98 on another desktop and Laptop. Slackware Linux on server. (Thats not counting work which is all Sun Solaris)
Oh and DOS7 on my MAME machine.
IIS = crap
Apache rules all.
win 98 at work
xp pro at home
soon getting a new laptop at work though, so i can throw this old peice of shit out
XP pro! and mine is even legit!!!!
windows 98 se because i haven't had one problem with it.... my last computer had dual 333mhz processers and i ran win2k advanced server which i had no problems with either that computer worked excellent... im kickin myself for selling it
You might be the only person in the world
Shit, even win95 worked better than 98se!
hmmm... let's see...
Fedora Core RC1 (trying it out)
FreeBSD 4.9-Current (vpn router/firewall/wifi access point)
NetBsd on my little HP-Jornada 680
Win2003 server Enterprise
Fedora Core RC1 (open source distro spun off from redhat)
FreeBSD 4.x and 5.x
BSD/OS (F5 bigip's and 3dns's)
Solars 8 on x86 and Solaris 9 on Sparc
Redhat 6.x, 7.x and 9
Out of all those OS's my favorite would be FreeBSD. We're a hardcore linux company but Freebsd more like a traditional unix. It's aspecially good for firewalls, routers and VPN solutions. And yes I'm 100% geek.
That may be true but to my knowledge ASP will not work on apache, if it does will someone please show me how.
i don't know much about asp so i don't know if thats what you're looking for
This is what I'm looking for but it appears the my lack of Pearl knowledge will make it near impossible for me to set up properly.
sometimes win98se, sometimes redhat 6.1
As of monday i believe it will be server 2003 Exchange server and ISA server...and god only knows what else, just leave it up to Ken.
Mac OS X 10.3
Mac OS 9