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Operating Systems

Operating Systems ashugg has used:

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2011
2012
2013
2014
CP/M
MS-DOS
Microsoft Windows
Linux
Mac OS ("Classic")
SunOS
OS/2
Debian
Solaris
Tru64 UNIX
Red Hat Linux
FreeBSD
OpenBSD
BeOS
NetBSD
Mac OS X
IBM AIX
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Ubuntu
Fedora
1987–1994
Digital Research "CCP/M" (Concurrent CP/M) on some old 8085-based thing. One of them had a 10Mb hard drive!
1991–
I am reluctant to put in an End Year because it makes me feel sad.
1992–
Starting with Windows 3.0, which was interesting. Proud to have never used Windows ME or Windows CE but yes to all the rest.
1995–
First witnessed it in January 1994 but didn't get hands-on until 1995.
1995–2003
Farewell, Classic. Now I have nothing to play Swoop or Fungus on. =(
1995–1997
Putting an "End Year" as I count Solaris as different. Even though it's still SunOS. =)
1995–1996
I wonder why this product died out.
1995–
I'm so glad I got into Linux via Debian rather than Slackware or Red Hat.
1995–
I still don't hate it.
1995–1996
1997–2001
Helped maintain other people's RHL systems during this time. Never owned a RHL box though.
1997
I tried it, didn't like the OS so much or the community.
1998–
OpenBSD vs NetBSD? Boring.
1999–2000
It was fun and then it stopped.
2000–
OpenBSD vs NetBSD? Boring.
2000–
Even though the beta was slower than OS 9, I still liked it. The future had arrived, even if a lot of it needed polishing.
2000
SMIT is not a replacement for a Unix Systems Administrator, people.
2004–
It's just everywhere it seems.
2006–
Didn't feel the need use Ubuntu until I got a second-hand G4 iBook and wanted to dual boot Linux and Mac OS X. Ubuntu was an excellent choice, even though the PPC arch was dropped soon thereafter.
2006–
They can make me use it but they can't make me like it.