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jtauber
fdrake
nnrcschmdt
patricktaylor
enki
bangroot
PaulM
flynnguy
MarkofCain
otherchirps
whosaysni
brianwisti
RossP
mfandreas
larry
bitprophet
daniellindsley
shywolf9982
joe
edv4rd0
nsmgr8
mwalling
stephen_mcd
bocke
abtin
NX172
DataShed
jtauber - 4 years
fdrake - 4 years
nnrcschmdt - 2 years
patricktaylor - 1 years
enki - 25 years
bangroot - 25 years
PaulM - 3 years
flynnguy - 24 years
MarkofCain - 24 years
otherchirps - 2 years
whosaysni - 22 years
brianwisti - 5 years
RossP - 5 years
mfandreas - 5 years
larry - 3 years
bitprophet - 1 years
daniellindsley - 4 years
shywolf9982 - 3 years
joe - 6 years
edv4rd0 - 5 years
nsmgr8 - 1 years
mwalling - 6 years
stephen_mcd - 3 years
bocke - 14 years
abtin - 3 years
NX172 - 10 years
DataShed - 10 years
1993–1996
I still remember downloading the A-series Slackware floppy disk images overnight on a 2400 baud modem.
1993–1996
My first Linux distro.
1994
Bought it on floppies because internet connection sucked.
1994–
1994–1996
I remember watching my dad install this from floppies.
1994–1995
1994–
1995–
1995–
1996–1997
1997–2001
Still use it occasionally, but it was my primary distro from 97-01
1997–
1999–2003
2000–2004
2000–2002
2001
Largely limited to experimentation when getting used to Linux overall, and some unrelated experimentation when trying to find Linux variants that would run on a 386/SX with 4MB RAM and no CD-ROM drive...and that turned out to be Slackware 3.x!
2001–2004
2002–2004
Was so simple. And like most simple designs, quite sturdy.
2003–2007
2003–2008
2004
2004–2009
2005–2007
The first Linux distro I stuck with for regular use.
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2007–2009
2009–
2009–

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