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    Quote Originally Posted by Bern
    You all better watch out because I run linux on an AMD :devil:
    how is it I'm not surprised

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    And not just any old linux but slackware linux :devil:

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    So does that mean that you're a bit of a slacker Bern? :D
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    Originally posted by Wiggo
    [b]So does that mean that you're a bit of a slacker Bern? :D
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    Yep, I'm a slacker and proud of it :D

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    OK then I'll take ya word for it then. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bern
    And not just any old linux but slackware linux :devil:

    there's a difference

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    Yeah I've got to try that out yet to see what all the fuss is about. :afro:
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    Originally posted by Kheldar
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    there's a difference
    My word there is...text install only, no pretty GUI config tools, strict adherence to the file system standard and no fancy package managers....use the source luke :p

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    Well I'm goin' to try SmoothWall 1st on an old 486 or P90 to see how that goes before goin' any further. ;)
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    Keep in mind that smoothwall is only a modified kernel with other apps for routing/gateway only and as a 20mb download will give you a good idea as to why linux is turning up on everything from IBM mainframes to watches, but won't give you as good an idea on what a full distro is capable of. I don't have any MS software on my comp but I can still produce web pages, watch DVD's and play Quake3A, about the only thing I can't do at the moment on linux is make Flash movies but there is a project working on that.

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