Kubuntu vs. Ubuntu
Michael D. Stemle, Jr.
manchicken at notsosoft.net
Tue Sep 18 18:53:44 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 18 September 2007 13:42:45 Greg Booth wrote:
> On 9/18/07, Manuel McLure <manuel at mclure.org> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 18 September 2007 10:58:02 Greg Booth wrote:
> > > I also started on DOS 6.0, that file manager was SLICK baby !! All
> > > applications were installed to hard drive and started from command
> > > line. You'll find the linux community tends to be older than most
> > > online communities.
> > Bah, newbie. I started on a TRS-80 Model I (Level II Basic) with
> > cassettes for "file management." From there I moved to QNX and DOS (dual
> > boot on a 286-based PC with 30 megs of HD space,) from there to Xenix and
> > SCO UNIX, and finally started using Windows in the late 3.1 era (while
> > still working with Xenix and UNIX.)
> Well, I did have a TI-994a with a tape drive and cassettes only, but
> I'm not sure I'd call that a computer...
/me started on a Commodore64, then went to GeOS, then Win3.1, then around the
time win95 came out discovered GNU/Linux with TWM.
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