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Offline Joe

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Re: 2 OS's
« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2007, 01:43:15 am »
- 1x Mac Classic II (beat that!) running System 6

The Mac SE/30 and the SE are way older than that. The SE came after the 512k mac.

I used to have an Apple IIe, Apple IIgs (ran GS/OS, keke!), and a Commodore 128. :)

Nice, you beat me there!

It should be stated that the IIe was used for learning some basic, BASIC (as it's kernel, or whatever, was BASIC-oriented), the IIgs for playing some games (although I don't remember which ones), and the Commodore 128 was used for hardcore gaming back in '99 or so. I was the master of Donald Duck Gets a Job.
I'd personally do as Joe suggests

You might be right about that, Joe.

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Re: 2 OS's
« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2008, 01:53:56 am »
On this box I've got Kubuntu 7.10 (amd64) and Windows XP. On my old box I'm running Windows XP, some old beta of SabayonLinux (Gentoo distribution), vanilla Gentoo, and Kubuntu. My old, dead-screened laptop runs Mint Linux (Cassandra). I've also played with Arch, but eventually ditched it in favor of Gentoo for need of a larger package repository.