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Operating Systems

Operating Systems jancona has used:

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DTSS
TSX-Plus
RT-11
CP/M
RSX-11
VMS
MS-DOS
Berkeley Software Distribution
Windows 3.1
Windows 95
Linux
Windows 98
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Mac OS X
1974–1979
My first real OS in my undergraduate years at Dartmouth.
1983–1987
TSX was a third-party multi-user RT-11 clone for DEC PDP-11's
1983–1987
My first programming job was doing business apps in DIBOL on a PDP-11/23 running RT-11 off 2 RL02 10 MB removable disk drives.
1984–1988
On a Xerox 820 board with 2 8" floppies
1985–1987
MicroRSX on MicroPDP-11's--little (for the time) tower-based Q-Bus systems.
1985–1994
Starting with MicroVMS on a MicroVAX II
1988–1995
1989–1995
Spent a lot of time dialed in WPI's BSD Unix systems while working part-time on my Master's.
1992–1995
1995–1998
1997–
Redhat at first. These days CentOS at work, Ubuntu and/or Debian at home.
1998–2005
2000–2004
2002–
Still using it, but less and less. Now, if I could switch my wife to Ubuntu...
2004–
Had a Macbook work computer for a year. Got another one about a year ago.