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  1. #31
    lol
    no, acually i just got my xp1700+ and i would not like to run it @ 1466 MHz instead of 2315 MHz

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLODVITE
    I´m forced to use the dam windows as long as I want to play my LOVELY games , as they are basicly constructed for windows, so I´m trapt U see.
    The only games worth playing on the PC can be played in GNU/Linux using the tools ScummVM (for old Lucasarts games) and FreeSCI (for old Sierra On-Line games)..

    8)

  3. #33
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    You sure narrowed it down there, Linus.

    Seems most of the biggest games either are being in the works of getting native support or they are/soon to be supported in Wine. Hopefully, more games will have native support in the near future.
    //Gentoo Linux - emerge, my friend...

  4. #34
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    The only game worth playing is Tetris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [NH]Tom
    The only game worth playing is Tetris.
    Yes, in the form of Netris or Tetris for NES
    <i>"I have never let my schooling interfere with my education."</i>
    <b>- Mark Twain</b>

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linus
    Quote Originally Posted by [NH]Tom
    The only game worth playing is Tetris.
    Yes, in the form of Netris or Tetris for NES
    Or Tetrinet..

  7. #37
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    Slackware 8, 8.1 and 9.0
    OpenBSD 2.8

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    I run Slackware 8.0 on my server (firewall, router, CS-host), but otherwise I run Windows on my gaming machine.

    Maybe a little off topic, but does anyone know of a distribution that will run on a 486-laptop? I found one in my closet the other day and Linux was the first thing on my mind. :twisted:
    -=Where ever fire reigns I stand, looking at heaven with a smile=-

    Upcoming project:

    AMD Barton 2500+
    2x256Mb Adata PC4000
    Epox EP-8RGA+
    Gainward GeForce4 Ti4800SE
    Eheim 1048
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    80W Peltier on GPU (MCW40-T)
    226W Peltier on CPU (Maze3)

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    Quote Originally Posted by [NH]Whistler
    Maybe a little off topic, but does anyone know of a distribution that will run on a 486-laptop? I found one in my closet the other day and Linux was the first thing on my mind. :twisted:
    Slackware 3.1 works perfectly on a 486

  10. #40
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    Tried Slack 9.1, Mandrake 9.1, I won't touch redhat

    Maybe i'll try another distro soon.. Hm. Debian 3.0r1 runs (ran, hdd crash ) on the server.
    Open Source > *

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    Linux, the natural choice

    Been running Linux as my primary client OS since about a year or so, after I gave up gaming more or less (I still have Windoze installed and play some WC3 from time to time). Been using it as my server OS for uuhh... well, ever. Three or four years, something like that.

    Allt his time I've put my faith in RedHat (wonderful distros if you know how to configure it underneath the bundled configuration applications) but I've also tried Slack, Mandrake and Debian.

    Got to say I really like RedHats new approach to the enthusiast segment when releasing Fedora and Enterprise as two different distributions. Companies can pay for reliable certified software with good support and desktop/home users can install a free excellent OS running very current packages on a more regular basis than before which helps in testing packages for the Enterprise releases.

    Way to go RH.
    There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.

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    Hrhr. I now run Slackware 9.1 as my primary OS, which is nice
    Open Source > *

  13. #43
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    Ok, here are a few more links that might be of interest:

    -Taxonomy of Linux file Systems
    http://cbbrowne.com/info/fs.html

    -LSB (Linux Standard Base)
    http://www.linuxbase.org/

    -The UNIX Rosetta Stone site (a "Translator" that shows where critical elements of the UNIX OS are kept and how they're used)
    http://bhami.com/rosetta.html

    -The File Hierarchy Standard
    http://www.pathname.com/fhs

    -Information about implementing ACLs (access control lists) on Linux
    http://acl.bestbits.at/

    -The Linux Documentation Project
    http://www.tldp.org/

    (source: http://www.nwc.com/story/singlePageFormat.jhtml?articleID=17501989 )

    Check out the article for a link to your local Linux user group.

    Bonus: make sure you pick up your X-ray penguin here:
    http://www.nwc.com/showitem.jhtml?docid=1502lastmile_penguin

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    Well, all over actually!

    I use linux at home, my gf uses it and i use it much at work too. In fact i rarely touch a windows computer if not to repair it. Everything i do i do in linux.

    Linux is my kind of wrench.

    :twisted:
    Never do something today that can be postponed until tomorrow.

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