How old is your computer?
dos at lieber.com.ar
Sun Dec 7 12:01:36 UTC 2014
1)- My oldest computer in daily use is a 1989, 20Mhz 80286 with 1Mby of
memory, no HD, only a floppy drive and a yellow hercules monitor running
With a terminal program with SSH I use NetBSD from a UNIX shell
provider and running lynx, links, elinks, mutt, alpine and slrn, all cli
Other computers running linux:
2)- Pentium II 333Mhz 384Mby runs LXPuppy Linux.
3)- Pentium IV 2.4MHz 1GBy runs LUBUNTU 14.04.1
4)- Celeron 420 1.6Mhz 1GBy runs XUBUNTU 12.04
5)- Celeron 430 1.8Mhz 1Gby runs XUBUNTU 14.04.1
All run very well. I like very much the one running LUBUNTU although
it's not the fastest machine.
On 12/04/2014 12:26 PM, Barry Titterton wrote:
> Hi All,
> How old is the oldest computer that you have in regular use?
> I was prompted to ask this question by a comment that I over heard while
> doing some Linux advocacy at my local community centre. They run
> beginners computer courses (Windows only) so I popped along to see if
> anyone would be interested in Linux and FOSS. There was a conversation
> which included the statement "If your machine is 3 to 4 years old it
> must be getting worn out, so you need to think about getting a new one".
> This got me thinking about my own machines and I realised that my main
> desktop PC (Pentium D 3.2GHz), that I use every day, will be 9 years old
> in February, and it is still capable of running Ubuntu 14.04 very well.
> So how old is your machine?.
> Barry T
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