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yea.... i hate you rich bastards....

my network barely counts as one...l.

1. "kalisti" main box, athlon xp dual boot xp/redhat 9. (blackbox running on both)

2. "ping" power-book 700, osx10.2.8... on loan from nsf..

3. "decker" 1.2 xbox, running xebian (soon)

plus about 8 more lesser boxen sitting in neuro's shop, waiting to be networked.

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1x RedHat 9

1x Win 2000

1x SuSE 8.2 (I think SuSE is still on it)

4x Slackware 9.1

4x Debian "Woody"

1x FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD, or whatever I feel like playing with this week

1x Mac OS9

2x laptops - OS X

1x laptop - Win98/Knoppix-STD/PHLAK/Knoppix4Kids :)

Before anybody starts with the rich bastard talk... it ain't so. :) My two best machines, dual 1 Ghz and 1800 Athlon XP I built six years ago and have been upgrading here and there ever since (still have old Riva TNT cards in them!). The Mac desktop is a blue and white G3 that I got from work after the boss "broke" it (HA!), and the rest are P2 350s and lower that I've pieced together from auctions, sales, diving and eBay. I've got a 633 Celeron and a P3 500 in there too. I just picked up a busted-ass Thinkpad 600 for $99 at a MarketPro show that I'm waiting on an eBay battery and CD. I did pay full price on the Mac laptops. Still paying on the iBook...

PF

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yeah, you still get "rich bastard" points for having 2 OSX-clad laptops. :)

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Ah, quit showing off the E450. :)

Sun Ultra5 running OpenBSD 3.4

5x Sun Sparc5s running OpenBSD 3.4

Sun Sparc10 running OpenBSD 3.4

Dual 333Mhz Dell Poweredge running Debian unstable

SGI O2 R5000 150Mhz

HP Visualize B2000 400Mhz 64-bit PARISC has HPUX installed but no useable memory

Dell Poweredge 5133-4 Quad P133 running debian unstable

XBox :)

That's about it.

No fair, part of all thats mine now :) Thanks again for letting me buy it off of you...

Soon the world will be mine, muahahahahahaha! ;)

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1. G4 733mhz - OS X, Main machine, lots of mods, IMPENETRABLE SECURITY!!! :P

2. iBook 600mhz - OS X, file server, mucho duct tape.

3. P2 233mhz - FreeBSD, super happy fun time box.

4. Female android 8.6ghz - Lifelike "special" areas, highly cynical, godlike freestyle skills.

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1. Windows XP

2. Windows XP

3. Windows 98

4. Slackware 9.1

5. FreeBSD

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I think I see now why everyone has like 5 computers, most of them are moderatly fast

I only have 1 AMD 2800+ and a radeon 9800 pro All in wonder -_-

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1 HP box running ME/Slack 9.1

1 (soon to have) box running same stuff but alot better(athlon 2500, 256RAM, 128mb video card, 120gb hdd, and other usual suapects)

1 PS2(does that count?)

ERROR!

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I finally got another computer :D

So the network is now:

1 AMD 2800+ 2.08GHz running Gentoo, 2.6.3-gentoo-r1

1 k6/2 500MHz running Gentoo, 2.6.3-gentoo-r1

1 Celeron 2.8GHz running Windows XP (My moms)

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1. xp pro on dual 3 gig p4's dual boot w/ red hat 9 on 250 gig drive.

/grins there can be only one... :borg:

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3 Linux Mandrake boxes

1 iMac

1 XP Pro

1 W2K

1 Toshiba notebook

1 IBM thinkpad

1 zaurus PDA Handheld running linux

1 box for testing any os

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FreeBSD 5.1 (router)

Pengo (Gentoo, Personal Box)

nixtop (Gentoo, IBM Thinkpad, old ars shit)

Frank (FreeBSD)

Barb (FreeBSD)

Pengo I built from spare parts, laptop I bought from a local university when they upgraded a while ago, and frank and barb were gifts from... my uncle and aunt. Guess what there names are.

Frank and barb (the humans), have sent me a total of about 6 computers. Some I have sold, some I have moded (or fried :blush: ) .

Rest of the Family:

Felix: winXP (brothers box)

Javakit: win2k/slackware (dads box)

---- : winXP (Sisters box, no idea waht the name is. its an IBM thinkpad as well, and she;s at uni except for holidays, so she's almost never on the network)

My Computer - Moms box. She's the technophobe, can you tell?

Javakittop - dads 'top

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1. hp 712/100 (Debian woody)

2. Proliant 1850r w/F1 raid (Mandrake 9.1)

3. 933mhz 390MB (Mandrake 9.1)

4. 1.4ghz laptop (win 2000)work laptop

5. 1ghz AMD 512MB (Fedora)

6. Sparc 20 2x75mhz 512MB (Debian woody)

7. 400mhz laptop (Mandrake 9.1)

all connected on a IBM RouteSwitch 8274, god I love ebay...Now that I'm getting better at setting up linux and everything I'm thinking about upgrading my 1850r to slack, put HPUX back on my 712, and solaris on the sparc. Then I just need to get a high speed connect and let people play if they are nice....

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An XP box, a redhat 9 box, and my box which is currently broken...but if i fix it its either gonna be slack or gentoo....or slacktoo....

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Athlon XP2500+, 100gb XP Pro and Slackware 9.1

and whenever i get off my ass and put them together:

Celeron 700, 20gb, running Debian 3.2

Athlon Tbird 1.2ghz, 40gb, running Redhat 9

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1. Win 2k

2. Win 2k

3. Win 2k

4. Debian

5. Slackware

6. Solaris 8 <-- My baby :roll: , the box not the OS

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currently

1 Win2k/Slackware box

will soon be

3 Win2k/Slackware boxes

assuming my grades are b's or above this semester (they wont be) <_< fuckin school

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1 xp / slackware

2 PS2 one chipped one exploited

1 xbox exploited with pheonix bios loader running evolutionx and avalaunch

1 ngage conecting with bluetooth on a class1 dongle (100 meters)(AT&T isnt getting my money for there data transfer rates)

I guess i like games

edit/ added a 600mghz running mandrake

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3 Slack 9.1 systems

2 XP systems

1 Dreamcast running Linux from time to time.

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