1. Post #201

    May 2012
    4 Posts
    Ubuntu hardy heron.
    now i am using crunchbang XD

  2. Post #202
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    tina the baker's Avatar
    June 2011
    124 Posts
    RedHat 6... Boy I feel old.

  3. Post #203
    Sr.'s Avatar
    June 2012
    455 Posts
    Ubuntu 12.04...as of 4-5 hours ago.

  4. Post #204
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    Panda X's Avatar
    August 2006
    9,682 Posts
    Ubuntu 5.10 though I didn't really use it until 6.06 released.

  5. Post #205
    P320's Avatar
    September 2011
    714 Posts
    Ubuntu 7.04, but it didn't work on my laptop's hardware until 8.04, everything suddenly worked automagically.

  6. Post #206
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    Vbits's Avatar
    April 2010
    1,089 Posts
    Knoppix, though the first the one I installed was Mandrake Linux. Both I played with about 10 years ago so I have no idea what version it was.

  7. Post #207
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    HubmaN's Avatar
    July 2007
    5,927 Posts
    Fedora Core (I think 0.98 RC - codename "Severn"?).

  8. Post #208
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    Ol' Pie's Avatar
    January 2012
    1,405 Posts
    Guadalinex, a ubuntu based distro with all kind of applications and stuff.

    It sucks.

  9. Post #209
    memzak's Avatar
    July 2012
    3 Posts
    Ubuntu 10.04 or 9.10. Can't really remember.

  10. Post #210
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    robotman5's Avatar
    October 2008
    3,352 Posts
    knoppix when i was in grade 6 in 2006.
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  11. Post #211
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    Joker169's Avatar
    April 2009
    504 Posts
    Linux mint but I don't remember which version and when

  12. Post #212
    how can you love some-one if you can't eat a brick
    phytocide's Avatar
    July 2011
    1,221 Posts
    I used openSUSE back in 2004, I remember downloading all those damn ISOs over my shitty DSL, then having graphics issues with the setup. Good times.

    After that, I ordered 50 ubuntu CDs (They were free at the time) and used 6.whatever

  13. Post #213
    Phase's Avatar
    July 2012
    4 Posts
    My very first non-Windows experience was a FreeBSD shell, but my first experience with Linux was on Gentoo and Debian.
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