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RainKap
April 27th, 2009, 09:48 AM
Seven:
1. Main Linux desktop, 2 x 2GHz dual core Opteron running Ubuntu 8.04
2. Legacy Windoze desktop, 1.4GHz Athlon running Windoze XP Pro
3. Main laptop, 2.6GHz Core 2 duo running Ubuntu 8.10
4. Netbook, Acer Aspire One running Ubuntu 9.04 netbook remix
5. Psion 7Book running EPOC Netbook OS v1.05
6. File server, 1.4GHz Athlon running Debian 4.0
7. Firewall/router, 500MHz Pentium III running Smoothwall Express v3.0

evermooingcow
April 27th, 2009, 10:14 AM
gateway: ESXi
file server: Debian (moving to Open Solaris)
desktop: Ubuntu
laptop: Debian

OttifantSir
April 27th, 2009, 10:32 AM
Server: PentiumD2C 3GHz, 2GB RAM, 3.25TB, Ubuntu 9.04 (I'm screwed on this one, as three 1TB disks were in a LVM, and now I don't know if I can get anything back)
Media: PentiumD2C 2.2GHz, 1GB RAM, 1TB, Ubuntu 9.04 (Upgraded too soon, so now I can't use Elisa here)
Laptop: PentiumDC 1.66GHz, 1GB RAM, 120GB, Ubuntu 9.04 (Upgrade worked rather good, except my usual strife, which is that I have removed several applications which always gets re-installed on each upgrade)
Desktop: P3 600MHz, 256MB RAM, 40GB Ubuntu 7.10 (Haven't had it out of storage for a while, so haven't upgraded the distro)
Second laptop: Toshiba Equium L20 with no OS, as Toshiba can't give me the correct drivers, even if I give them the correct info, and no distro I have tried will install. And I have tried several; Fedora, OpenSuSE, (K/X)Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Damn Small Linux, Crunchbang, and several others.

Jekshadow
April 29th, 2009, 06:24 AM
Laptop - Vista
Laptop - Ubuntu 9.04
Server - Ubuntu 9.04

powerpleb
April 29th, 2009, 08:52 AM
Desktop: Ubuntu 8.10
Laptop (newish): Ubuntu 9.04
Laptop (old): MEPIS AntiX

vitotol
April 29th, 2009, 11:35 AM
on the desktop i use ubuntu, i also own one more computer which is really old, on this one debian, i use it as a server.

linux rocks:guitar:

dmm1983
April 29th, 2009, 11:40 AM
a laptop with kubuntu

Newuser1111
April 29th, 2009, 11:57 AM
Compaq Presario F756NR- Windows Vista Home Premium, Ubuntu 9.04
Acer Aspire 3003LCi- Windows Vista Home Premium
Desktop- Windows XP Home Edition SP2
Desktop(2)- Windows XP Home Edition SP2
Compaq Deskpro EN- Windows XP Professional, Windows 98, Ubuntu 7.04
Packard Bell Legend 408CD- Debian 5.0
Dell OptiPlex GL 5100- Windows 98.
Dell OptiPlex 433/Le- Windows 3.1
Tandy 1000 SX- MS-DOS 5.00


I'm thinking about putting XP back on the Acer. or just triple-booting it with XP, Vista, and Ubuntu if it can fit all of that on the hard drive(60GB?).

And for Desktop(2), I might take that XP off, and put some Linux on it.

meeples
April 29th, 2009, 12:02 PM
my desktop runs Ubuntu 9.10

and my netbook runs UNR 9.04 :)

Dok
May 1st, 2009, 06:55 AM
1. my laptop Ubuntu Jaunty
2. wife's laptop Ubuntu Intrepid
3. file server Centos 5.3
4. kid's laptop Win XP
5. Game computer #1 Win XP
6. Game computer #2 Vista

badman1199
May 1st, 2009, 11:32 AM
I have like 8 computers but I will list the 3 I use all the time

1. desktop celeron 2.66ghz 1gb ram duel boot Ubuntu 9.04,win xp
2. laptop celeron 1.2ghz 256mb ram puppy 4.2
3. desktop2 old p2 400mhz 265mb ram puppy 4.2

Mizzou_Engineer
May 1st, 2009, 11:07 PM
Actually, I have to update as I picked up another machine :)

Desktop
- AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (socket 939)
- abit KN8 SLi (NForce 4 SLi)
- 4x 1 GB DDR-400
- PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 512 MB w/Arctic Cooling Accelero S1r2 cooler (idles at 31 C/full-load 40 C completely silent:lolflag: )
- WD Raptor 740GD + Seagate 7200.11 1 TB
- Dell SP2309W + Dell 2001FP in big-desktop mode
- Antec Nine Hundred case
- Debian Lenny amd64

Laptop
- Dell Latitude E5400
- Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 + GM45/ICH9M
- 1 GB DDR2-800 + 2 GB leftover DDR2-667
- 80 GB Hitachi Travelstar 5K250
- 14.1" 1440x900 CCFL display
- Ubuntu 9.04 amd64

HTPC
- AMD Athlon XP 3200+ w/Thermatake Silent Boost heatsink modded with a big fat 92 mm rear exhaust fan from a junked Dell Dimension 300 desktop (just about silent)
- ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe (NForce 2 Ultra-400)
- 100 GB leftover Hitachi Travelstar 5K100 w/44-40 pin PATA adapter + 500 GB Seagate 7200.12
- 1 GB DDR-400
- EVGA GeForce 6200 256 MB PCI
- Hauppauge! WinTV PVR-150 PCI (NTSC)
- Pinnacle pcHDTV 800i PCI (ATSC/QAM/DVB)
- Early 1990s Magnavox CRT TV
- Cooler Master Cavalier case
- Debian Lenny i386

And the new addition...most of it's fresh from the surplus pile!

File/backup/print server
- Intel Pentium III 1.0B w/Antec Solution Socket A heatsink + Zalman Fan-Mate (just about silent...catch a trend here?)
- Shuttle Spacewalker MV25N (VIA PLE133/VT686B)
- 2x 128 MB generic PC100
- 80 GB Seagate 5400.3 leftover notebook drive + 3x 250 GB WD Caviar SE16 in near-2 md RAID10
- Cheap 4-port SiI 3114 PCI SATA-150 controller card
- Cheap Realtek 8169 PCI GbE NIC
- Hideous red and black ASUS mid-tower ATX case
- Debian Lenny i386

They serve me pretty well, considering that I only bought about a half of the desktop parts and the laptop was under $700, tax paid and shipped. The rest of the stuff was parts I found in various surplus piles or things that a few friends of mine no longer could use as Vista wouldn't run on it.

dwasifar
May 13th, 2009, 05:24 PM
Personal desktop (home built quad core Intel): Ubuntu 9.04
Secondary desktop (HP a646c): Ubuntu 9.04
Personal laptop (Dell XPS M1330): Ubuntu 9.04
Backup laptop (Dell Inspiron 600m): Ubuntu 9.04
Netbook (Asus eeePC 900): Xandros with KDE desktop
File & UPNP server (Compaq SR2020NX): Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
Web proxy server (IBM ThinkCentre): Ubuntu 8.10 server edition

This only counts the computers I'm actually using, not the seven or eight lying around waiting for me to fix them up.

lvleph
May 13th, 2009, 05:27 PM
1. Media Server - Ubuntu 9.04
2. Laptop - Ubuntu 9.04 / Vista (Can't Remember the last time I booted to it, but I need to bring it in for service, so...)
3. Laptop - Ubuntu 9.04 / Vista (Wife uses it for Sims 2 and Civ IV)

vixmusic01
May 13th, 2009, 06:20 PM
1. Desktop = Intel single core - Ubuntu Jackalope
2. Notebook = Asus dual core - Dual boot Vista + Ubuntu Ibex
3. Desktop = Asus w/ Intel single core - XP
4. Desktop = Asus w/ Intel single core - Win 2000
5. Laptop - IBM circa 1989 - Dos

I don't use #5 - I also have others in storage, but I should really recycle them.

Mbradley1980
May 14th, 2009, 09:45 PM
well a actual lost count

netbook - 9.04 netbook remix
desktop - dual-boot (9.04 & windows xp)
desktop - 9.04 *used as a spare pc and browser:)

desktop - file server
desktop - tv box
laptop - windows 2k
desktop - spare use to do what ever i want to "test" LOL

2 desktop - dunno just sitting in the other room:) LOL


all my computers but 3 are 64x ......

jespdj
May 14th, 2009, 10:01 PM
Three computers:

Desktop - Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (2.4 GHz), 2 GB RAM, 320 GB harddisk, running Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit) and Ubuntu 9.04 (64-bit)

Laptop - see signature, running Ubuntu 9.04 (64-bit). It also has Windows Vista on it but I never use Vista on my laptop.

Netbook - Dell Mini 9, souped up with 32 GB SSD and 2 GB RAM, running Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.04.

phlday
May 14th, 2009, 10:19 PM
4

Desktop with Jaunty - quickly becoming my primary
Desktop with Windows XP Home
2 Laptops with Widows Vista

CharmyBee
May 15th, 2009, 01:12 AM
3 Win98SE desktops
2 Win98SE laptops
3 WinXP desktops
1 Win95 laptop
1 Win2000 desktop
1 Windows 3.1 desktop
1 AmigaOS 1.x desktop
1 MacOS 7 laptop
2 Ubuntu desktops

Some of these are multi-boot.
Only 2 computers originate from the current decade.

Clancy_s
May 15th, 2009, 04:48 AM
Primary desktop Ubuntu 9.04 amd64 and winXP64
Old desktop Xandros 4 and winXP
Primary laptop Ubuntu 8.10 amd64 (ati card thus avoiding 9.04) and Vista 32
Old laptop xubuntu 9.04 and win2000
(netbook ordered but not yet arrived, will leave with Vista 32)

jyaan
May 15th, 2009, 06:56 AM
I have two computers that I actually use on a daily basis, as well as some older ones and tons of parts that I'm not doing anything with at the moment. I'll probably be building a home server out of that though.

I use Ubuntu 9.04 on my desktop, and I have a MacBook with OSX on it. The stats for the desktop are in my sig, and the MacBook is the latest $1300 version with a few upgrades.

teh603
May 15th, 2009, 01:50 PM
Desktop- an old Mac Mini from late '06. Still running Tiger.

"Desktop"- a pink eeePC 701 running eeebuntu 8.10. Dad's desktop computer because the P key on the keyboard is fritzed. He uses an external keyboard.

Laptop- an Acer Aspire One ZG5 running Jaunty. Regular Jaunty, not an NBR.

sqrooup
May 15th, 2009, 05:15 PM
3

Main desktop; home made, dual boot Ubuntu Jaunty/Kubuntu Jaunty (OK I admit I only use Ubuntu)
Laptop; Toshiba portage, windoze XP (it is on it's last legs and will soon scrap it)
Also have an old desktop, a Compaq presario donated to me with windoze 98; it is just gathering dust!

ok_dr
May 15th, 2009, 05:22 PM
Two computers, mainly using the notebook with Ubuntu 9.04 and Vista. On my old desktop Dreamlinux 3.5 (with xfce).

afeasfaerw23231233
May 15th, 2009, 07:11 PM
I have five but most are old-aged.

Athlon 5000+ Ubuntu + XP
P4 3.7G Ubuntu + XP
P4 1.8G Ubuntu + XP
PIII 1G Xubuntu +XP
Celeron T1600 Ubuntu + XP

moddedcomputers
May 16th, 2009, 02:06 AM
3 Computers I've built with case mods:tongue:
Of these 1 with gOS (Google Linux) & 1 with Ubuntu Jaunty

The other with XP for my games.
Old Dell Inspiron 1100 laptop, currently with XP
I had PLOS on the old Inspiron but when the kernel was updated hey killed the Intel graphics driver and killed my system!
Toshiba Laptop with Vista 64
3 Work computers, all with XP.
I would run Linux on my work PCs if I could.

perlluver
May 16th, 2009, 02:12 AM
I have four and a laptop.

1. AMD 3400+ 64bit capable: Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty
2. AMD 3000+ : Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy
3. Server with Intel Celeron 633MHz: Ubuntu 8.10
4. Intel Celeron 733MHz: Windows Xp computer.
5. Laptop with Intel Pentium 4 1GHz: Windows XP.

Linux didn't work to well on the laptop.

jarrah-95
May 17th, 2009, 11:46 AM
1 my laptop (main computer) ubuntu 9.04
2 mums laptop windows vista(crap) tryed to get her to chainge but filed
3 tower ubuntu 8.04 being updated

Dragonbite
May 17th, 2009, 08:42 PM
Latest Update:
One Laptop running Ubuntu 9.04 (just updated)
One Desktop running Ubuntu 9.04
One Server running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
One Firewall/Router/Content Manager running IPCop
One temporary hard drive for the laptop with Kubuntu 9.04

antjkirk
May 17th, 2009, 10:59 PM
Three computers.

Main desktop dual boot Ubuntu 9.04 / Windows XP pro
Old desktop Ubuntu 9.04
Laptop Ubuntu 9.04

Only reason for XP is CAD and plc programming software (seldom used)

MGaddict2000
May 18th, 2009, 12:37 AM
Desktop - AMD Athelon XP 2000
Windows XP, Ubuntu 8.04, Windows 7 beta

Desktop - Intel Core i7
Ubuntu 9.04(64), Windows 7 RC(64), Windows XP(32)

Desktop - AMD K6-2 350
MSDos 6.0, Windows 3.11 (This thing is great fun. I set it up so I could use a remote login from my wifes laptop to play my old games like Commander Keen and Wolfenstien 3d. I keep it running for nostalgia mostly.)

Laptop - Gateway M275
Ubuntu 8.04

Laptop - HP dv9000 core2duo
Windows Vista(32) (Wife's computer)

The OSs are listed in order of most used. I have a few other operating systems in Virtual Machines on a few of these but those are just for testing purposes.

quickdraw
May 18th, 2009, 02:59 AM
I've got three laptops and one desktop. I've got Jaunty on this laptop, and am in the process of installing it on my desktop as I type this. Then the misses has a Macbook, and I've got an old laptop that I run Damnsmalllinux on from time to time. But it is mainly just a paperweight in the office.

:)

Dr.Vista
May 18th, 2009, 03:01 AM
My notebook: Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope
My old computer: Xubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope

michaelspoonsm
May 18th, 2009, 03:14 AM
i have 2
1.acer aspire 5315-2698 with ubuntu jaunty and my operating system i developed on it
2.apple macbook pro with mac os x leopard on it and my operating system i developed on it

zeroseven0183
May 18th, 2009, 03:19 AM
I have 3.
One home computer with Ubuntu 9.04. The other two: 1 HP dc7600 Small Form Factor with Windows XP (for office use) and HP nc6400 laptop with Ubuntu 9.04 also.

cybermatthieu
May 22nd, 2009, 02:38 AM
1. Desktop 1 : Ubuntu / Win XP pro (gaming only)
2. Desktop 2 : (for alarm clock and media files) : Mac Os X Tiger
3. Laptop 1 : Ubuntu
4. Laptop 2 : Mac Os X Panther
5. File Server : Debian
6. HTPC : Mythbuntu

XubuRoxMySox
May 22nd, 2009, 02:49 AM
I have three: My main one (for school and stuff) has Ubuntu Jaunty on it, a laptop with Jaunty too, and an ancient old hand-me-down that is my "learning Linux" machine that I had Slax on, then Crunchbang (http://crunchbanglinux.org). That's the one I can mess up or whatever, so I play with something 'til it breaks, then reload and go again!

Family has two more desktops and two laptops, all with WinXP except the newest desktop which has Vista.

They thought I had "fixed" the hand-me-down and were congratulating me on how well and how fast it was running... they thought I had repaired the old WinXP one! They could hardly believe it when I told them they were using Linux! That's the "Crunchbang with LXDE on top" one.

-Robin

divague
May 22nd, 2009, 02:59 AM
Both of them dual boot ubuntu jaunty and windows xp.
Specs are in my signature.

CharmyBee
May 22nd, 2009, 04:01 AM
Desktop - AMD K6-2 350
MSDos 6.0, Windows 3.11

Yikes. I'd consider a 486DX2 66MHz the limit i'd let Win3.1 speed on. After that i'd at least use some form of 9x (and have a Win3.1 boot disk)

MGaddict2000
May 22nd, 2009, 04:16 AM
Yikes. I'd consider a 486DX2 66MHz the limit i'd let Win3.1 speed on. After that i'd at least use some form of 9x (and have a Win3.1 boot disk)

If you're ever looking for a project, try taking a way outpowered system and putting win 3.11 or something similar on it. You can find drivers. Believe it or not, one of the reat things about an open source community is that somebody got bored and made DVD drivers and software that run in some really old OS. That system has a NVidia TNT2 video card and 512 Meg of RAM. You have to look but people have written mods so win 3.11 will take advantage of all of it. If you get bored and need something to do with old computer parts, it's a fun project.

raymondh
May 22nd, 2009, 04:21 AM
5 computers :

Desktop - 9.04 + OSX + win7beta
Desktop - Edubuntu + OSX
Laptop - Vista and gOS
Netbook - XP + OSX + 8.10
Laptop - OSX

freakalad
May 22nd, 2009, 06:37 AM
MacBook Pro, Santa Rosa - Ubuntu Jaunty / OS/X 10.5 dual-boot
MacPro - OS/X 10.5
"Server"/home PC - Jaunty + * VM's (do they count too?)
Asus 701 eeePC - Jaunty (& any other OS that takes my fancy)
Lacie NAS - ???
WRT54G - DD-WRT FOSS f/w
Bit & pieces of various other pieces in varying states of assembly - any FOSS OS
HP P.O.S - VoIP live distro's
Work Server - Hardy 64 & * VM's (does this count?)
mobile phones x 2/3 - unflashed, sky PVR - unflashed

= 0 windoze :D

Mr-Biscuit
May 22nd, 2009, 06:51 AM
Three here, only one mine.
I have one, my girlfriend has one, and her mom gave us a laptop.

Mine has Debian Lenny amd64, and freebsd 7.1 amd64.
Girlfriend's has debian lenny x86 and fedora 9 x86.
Laptop has windows xp and fedora 6.

djdarrin91
May 22nd, 2009, 06:52 AM
I have 3:I have a media center that runs xp(GB-PVR),Laptop that also runs xp,and my desktop runs Ubuntu 9.04.

bashveank
May 23rd, 2009, 06:33 AM
MacBook Pro - OS X 10.5
Old IBM ThinkPad - Linux From Scratch 6.4
Old Desktop/server/thing - Ubuntu 8.10
High End Desktop - Windows 7

ilovelinux33467
May 24th, 2009, 09:04 AM
7 computers:

Main Desktop: Ubuntu 9.04 64 bit
2nd Desktop: Ubuntu 9.04 Command Line (Server Edition) 32 bit
Server 1: Ubuntu 9.04 Command Line (Server Edition) 32 bit
Server 2: Ubuntu 9.04 Command Line (Server Edition) 32 bit
Laptop (Compaq Evo N800v): Ubuntu 9.04 32 bit
Netbook (EeePC 1000H): Ubuntu 9.04 Netbook Remix
eMac (Very old): Mac OSX Leopard

Astral Moon
May 24th, 2009, 09:09 AM
I have 2. Well my wife uses one of them.

Hers uses Mint 5 KDE
and I use Mint 6 Gnome

I say it's mine :rolleyes: cos I bought it.

meho_r
May 24th, 2009, 09:18 AM
Two computers at this time:

1. Ubuntu + Mandriva + Windows Vista
2. Debian Lenny

nandemonai
May 24th, 2009, 11:34 AM
1. Desktop - Ubuntu 9.04 x86_64 (Gnome) / Windows 7 RC x86_64
2. Server - Ubuntu 8.04 server x86_64 (CLI)
3. Laptop - Ubuntu 8.04 x86 (CLI)
4. 2nd Desktop - Xubuntu 8.10 x86 (XFCE)

The Real Dave
May 24th, 2009, 12:52 PM
5 in total :)

1) Main Desktop-PIV 3GHz, 1.4 GB RAM, Ati Radeon Xpress 200, 320+80GB SATA, Ubuntu 8.04, Windows XP, Puppy Linux 4.2

2)Server-PIII 450Mhz, 128Mb RAM, 250+250GB SATA (Raid0), FreeNAS

3)Second Desktop (Used for playing old games :D )- Intel Celeron 700Mhz, 128Mb RAM, 8+6Gb IDE, Windows 98 SE, Puppy Linux 4.2

4) Bedroom PC (Used for ripping DVDs)- PIV 1.7Ghz (soon to be upgraded to a Pentium Dual Core 2.8Ghz), 512Mb RAM, Four DVD+/-RW Drives , 160Gb IDE (Links to Server to compliment space), Ubuntu 9.04

5) Laptop-Intel Celeron Dual Core @ 2GHz, 2GB RAM, 120 GB HDD, Windows Vista

subdivision
May 25th, 2009, 06:12 PM
I have four computers (2 desktops, 2 laptops). 1 desktop and one laptop both run Arch, the other two computers both run Windows 2k.

Jayayess1190
May 25th, 2009, 06:21 PM
Acer 3810T: Ubuntu and Windows Vista (soon 7)

Dark Aspect
May 25th, 2009, 06:45 PM
I have 3 operational computers but I voted 6 because I have 3 more that are built but are missing one or more parts. I name them based on their motherboard

#1 Asus A8N-E

Completely Built, what I am on right now.

#2 Asus-A7V333

Built, missing a hard drive. It can boot off external devices. Doesn't have a decent case, its built in a wooden box. 1.8 Ghz computer with a modified 400 Watt PSU.

#3 TI5VG+

Not built, 333Mhz processor, missing a decent case again.


#4 Asus P5A Super 7

Second specs in my sig, completely built and has puppy linux installed

#5 Unknown name

Missing a PSU and a hard drive, I don't know what the name of the motherboard is but its a 266 Mhz processor.

#6 Matsonic MS8127

Missing processor, making this pretty worthless, socket 7 again.

AndrewB
May 25th, 2009, 10:33 PM
6 desktops: 2 legacy <P4 win98, 2 modern running XP, 2 Linux boxes both Ubuntu

5 laptops: 1 win98se, 3 win XP, 1 dual boot win98 and DSL

1 dedicated headless running DSL on a K6/400mhz as a server

1 win5.0 ppc

achron
May 26th, 2009, 06:48 PM
Old Laptop - Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, print/file server for home
Kid 1 Desktop - XP Home, Athlon XP 2100
Kid 2 Desktop - XP Home, Athlon XP 2400
My Desktop - XP Pro w/ Ubuntu 8.04 VM, Phenom II x4 940
Wife Desktop - XP Pro, PowerPC laptop, transmogrified into a mini-desktop

kellemes
May 26th, 2009, 07:38 PM
Just 3 at the moment..

Server powered by Debian.
Desktop running Arch.
One XP laptop for the lady.

smeg0l
May 27th, 2009, 06:02 AM
Hey Ubuntu'rs

i have 5 computers on my p IIII i have karmic koala 9.10 alpha 1

on my macbook i have jaunty jackalope 9.04

on my AMD64 bit at the time of writing i have GnewSense installed this is my testing Box

i have an acient 166 MHz with 64 MB RAM with W$ 98 because of nostalgic Reasons
it was my first Operating System :p :popcorn:

ChuckV
May 27th, 2009, 10:04 PM
2

Desktop - Ubuntu Jaunty
Laptop - XP Professional.

My laptop may go to Ubuntu relatively soon.

sabre2th
June 3rd, 2009, 05:00 PM
Main desktop: Vista, Jaunty, and occasionally other distros
Laptop/Tablet: Vista and Jaunty (just Jaunty if I ever get touch working correctly)
Old desktop: Mythbuntu as soon as I get the tuner card
Old old desktop: Jaunty server

chrisme52
June 4th, 2009, 09:09 AM
My pc - hp server tc 2120 2.7mhz (runs fast with 10k disks) jaunty

Garage pc - compaq 300mhz? kubuntu intrepid

sisters pc - 1.4mhz running xp home

brothers pc - 800mhz running xp home

and its not really mine but

family pc - 1.6mhz running xp pro

h4xnoodle
June 10th, 2009, 02:12 PM
Three!

Desktop: Shuttle 'vaporeon' with Windows XP/Debian lenny
Desktop: 'alfredo' with debian lenny (before stable) and windows xp
EEE pc: 'umeatball' with windows 7, broken OS X, ubuntu 9.04

djchandler
June 10th, 2009, 11:36 PM
All are desktops at home.

My main box: Ubuntu 9.04, Win 7 RC 64-bit (build 7100) in VirtualBox
Our backup and dvr box: Win XP Pro
My wife's main box (she is a M.O.U.S.): Win XP
Test box: Win 7 RC 64-bit now

Theatre
June 22nd, 2009, 09:09 PM
Main Ubuntu 9.4 + Windows 7
Eee 900 Ubuntu 8.4 + WinXP (bad idea)
Eee 901 Ubuntu 8.4 (EasyPeasy)
HP Laptop Ubuntu 8.4
Desktop 2 Ubuntu 8.4
(Girlfriends Acer Laptop: Vista + Ubuntu 8.4)

bubbhasdance
June 22nd, 2009, 09:15 PM
Four (living at home for the summer, taking courses)

Desktop - Windows XP SP3 (possibly Ubuntu dual-boot soon, or a new computer)
Laptop - Ubuntu 9.04 (Vista killed me, deleted it)
Mother's laptop - Windows XP SP2
Dad's laptop - Windows XP SP2

Mr. Hibba
June 23rd, 2009, 07:53 PM
I have about 5...

1 has no OS, IIRC.
Another is running Mac OS 10.5.7, and also runs Ubuntu 9.04 and Gentoo (not sure which version) though Sun's VirtualBox.
Also, one with both Ubuntu and Windows XP, dual-bootable.
And one with Mac OS 10.4.
Finally, one which I tinker around with alot...I know it has XP on at, and I think I put Ubuntu on it, plus I think one more Linux, but I'm not sure.

LowSky
June 23rd, 2009, 08:00 PM
1)Desktop: Arch/Ubuntu
2)HTPC: Windows 7
3)Netbook: running Ubuntu/winXP
4)OLD Laptop: running xubuntu

Jeconti
June 23rd, 2009, 09:59 PM
3

Dell Optiplex - Mythbuntu/XP
Mini9 - Ubuntu 9.04
Old Dell Lat. - Xubuntu

mister_playboy
June 24th, 2009, 12:06 AM
Two laptops:

Sony Vaio VGN-430E w/ Ubuntu 9.04
Gateway Solo-3100 w/ Windows 2000 SP4

Tried Xubuntu on the old computer, but I had no sound, spotty Wifi, mostly non-working DVD drive, and it was a little slow. :) Everything works on Win2000, although the soundcard is getting kinda scratchy.

alejo_3280
June 24th, 2009, 05:00 PM
1. Dell Inspiron 6400: Windows XP Home Edition, SP2
2. Asus Eee PC 1000H: a. Windows XP Proffessional---b. Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.04
The Asus is my main PC (yeah, weird to have a netbook as a main, but it's WAY better than the Dell). I'm planning on formatting my disk to leave Ubuntu as my only OS. I really like it, it's lightning fast :O

jfitzpat
June 24th, 2009, 07:16 PM
I have 3...


Desktop: Windows 7 RC also has Ubuntu 9.04. I am pretty sure I will buy Windows 7 when it comes out. So far, I like it a lot.

Laptop: Vista (I actually just gave this one to my fiance b/c I just got a netbook).

Netbook(mini 10): Ubuntu Remix. It took me about a whole day to get this thing all configured and working for my needs. It paid off, I love it now.

I recently set up an external hard drive and printer on the network in my house... it is really really awesome!

This goes without saying that my old computers when to my parents place. They have 2 pretty good comps and 2 mediocre olders ones. I got my dad a 1Tb external hard drive for fathers day and set it up on his network. We are in the process of putting all the old pictures, music and documents on it. I burned him a copy of Windows 7 RC and Ubuntu 9.04 so he can play around with them.

Dragonbite
June 25th, 2009, 01:42 PM
Well I can add one more now. I just installed Ubuntu Server 8.04 LTS on an old Dell Latitude CP. It has a Pentium I chip with MMX technology, runs at 233 Mhz and has a whopping 128 MB of Ram (I splurged and maxed that out).

:popcorn:

I'm using it as a portable demonstration platform for the Linux SIG which right now is doing a series on Ubuntu Server. It's a lot easier than carrying a desktop (and keyboard and mouse.. etc.) down the stairs into the computer lab each meeting.

Be cooler if it had a wireless connection so I could put it anywhere ;)

ELD
June 25th, 2009, 01:46 PM
I own one with Ubuntu and XP, installed Ubuntu on housemates pc last night as he doesn't want to buy windows, the powersupply went though so i had to re-do that heh. Now gotta re-install it for him as it cut out during updates and such so the installs messed :(

canthus13
June 25th, 2009, 08:18 PM
4 computers:
My laptop: Hardy/Debian 5.0 dual boot
Server: Hardy
Wife's Laptop: Hardy
Wife's Desktop: Hardy

(Windows-Free!)

--Me

philcamlin
June 25th, 2009, 08:21 PM
2 and one os on each :popcorn::popcorn::popcorn:

wojox
June 25th, 2009, 08:23 PM
Two boxes

1. Dell Optiplex GX150 Ubuntu 8.10 Server
2. Medion Composer 5200 Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop

walkerk
June 25th, 2009, 08:28 PM
Four

Laptops:

1. sidux
2. Archlinux
3. Vista


Desktop: Windows 7

xirrin
June 26th, 2009, 06:27 PM
1: Windows XP/Ubuntu 9.04 dual boot as the main desktop.
2: Mac Mini w/ Leopard in the bedroom
3: Ubuntu 9.04/Windows XP x64 HTPC

billgoldberg
June 26th, 2009, 06:34 PM
Three!

Desktop: Shuttle 'vaporeon' with Windows XP/Debian lenny
Desktop: 'alfredo' with debian lenny (before stable) and windows xp
EEE pc: 'umeatball' with windows 7, broken OS X, ubuntu 9.04

1.PB Imedia 5xxx Pentium D @ 3.00ghz, 2gb ram, 22inch: Running Vista and Mandriva

2.Toshiba Sattelite xx 15inch laptop, Pentium D @ 2.16ghz, 3gb ram: Vista and Fedora

3.HP Pavilion DV4000 17inch laptop, intel celeron, 1gb ram. Currently it has heating issues. Running Ubuntu 8.10

4.Asus EeePC 900 running Ubuntu 9.04

5. Old Dell Optiplex G1, 192mb ram, running Slitaz.

I hardly use 3,4 and 5. I spend most of my time on the Toshiba and the PB.

Ojustaboo
June 27th, 2009, 02:57 PM
1) Main PC Windows 7, Ubuntu 9.04
2) Other PC Windows Vista
3) Laptop 1 Windows Vista
4) Laptop 2 Windows XP

RiceMonster
June 27th, 2009, 04:10 PM
1) Desktop: Archlinux
2) Laptop: Dualboot Fedora and Windows Vista

kevinrs
June 27th, 2009, 05:20 PM
Asus laptop running Vista
HP Omnibook 6100 running Linux Mint 7
Acer Aspire One running Ubuntu 9.04 netbook remix

The Asus is 6 months old and was to be my main pc. The Omnibook is my old main laptop, kept as a backup.

The Acer I bought in order to play around with different Linux distro's. However it has proved it's self so useful that it is now my main computer. I even use it for work. UNR is fantastic and apart from installing the back port for the kernel, in order to get the led working on the wifi. I'm using it as installed. I do use the classic desktop instead of the netbook one.

I also use a 3G usb dongle for when I'm away from a Internet connection.

privatejarhead
June 29th, 2009, 09:35 PM
2:

main desktop: HP Pavilion Elite m9402f, AMD Phenom 9650 ~2.3GHz, 7GB RAM, 640GB HDD, 22" LCD widescreen, Vista Home SP1

older desktop: eMachines T6412, AMD Athlon 64 3400+ ~2.3GHz, 382MB RAM (orignially 512), 200GB HDD, 15" LCD standard screen, XP Home SP3 (I run Ubuntu 9.04 LiveCD on it, thinking about installing it sometime)


looking into buying an Acer Aspire One and dual-booting XP and 9.04 on it.

paul_be
June 29th, 2009, 09:43 PM
Main:
1.Desktop - Ubuntu 9.04
2.Laptop - Ubuntu 9.10
Network:
3.Lamp server - Ubuntu 8.10
4.Security gateway - Astaro (SUSE)
Three others collect dust in the closet:(

magog45
June 29th, 2009, 10:21 PM
Lets see

old dell running windoze 98se
P4 2.4 running xp pro using my 52 inch samsung lcd as monitor
3.0 with msi board running windoze 7(it as bad as vista from what I can see)
p3 1.0 dual booting windoze 98se and Beos
P4 2.4 running ubuntu 8.04(my daily driver so to speak)

I have a few others that I don't use a P3 with dual 800's running solaris
and a fujitsu touch screen that currently has damn small installed as well as a P233 running dos

soapyfish
June 30th, 2009, 12:59 PM
Alphastaion 500/500 OpenBSD
HP PA-RISC B2000 Debian
Alphastion PWD 433 Debian
SGi Octane Irix
Sun Ultra 2 Ubuntu
Core i7 Win XP/Ubuntu
Core 2 Ubuntu
IBM X60 Win XP

oceano10000
June 30th, 2009, 07:38 PM
Four in use.
1 (main): Dell Inspiron 1521 Laptop Dual Boot: Windows Vista, Ubuntu 9.04
2: Dell dimension 2350 Desktop Dual Boot: Windows 2000, Ubuntu 9.04
3: Dell Latitude laptop: Windows XP
4: Dell 531S: Windows Vista

Not in use at the moment:
1: Old Compaq Presario: Puppy Linux, Windows 98.

cerati88
June 30th, 2009, 07:48 PM
1. Desktop: Dual Boot: Xubuntu 8.10/Windows XP Professional SP3
2. Laptop: Dell Latitude D520: Windows XP Professional:guitar:

rbishop
July 1st, 2009, 09:10 PM
2 Desktops
Mine - Dual boot XP and Ubuntu 9.04
Wife - XP
2 Laptops
DOS
Ubuntu 8
5 Servers
All Ubuntu 9.04
1 Sun Sparc Ultra5
Haven't worked on it yet
1 Commodore 64 Executive

And various parts for multiple other systems.

ivanoz
July 22nd, 2009, 04:35 PM
1 Server --> Ubuntu Server 8.04
1 Desktop --> Ubuntu Hardy
1 Laptop --> Ubuntu Hardy
1 Netbook --> Ubuntu Jaunty

SLEEPER_V
July 22nd, 2009, 04:40 PM
main custom build - ubuntu 9.04
laptop - win 7 rc
wife's laptop - vista 64 bit
dell mini 9 - ubuntu netbook 8.04

redsoxreed
July 22nd, 2009, 04:43 PM
2 Aluminum iMacs (Core 2 Duo) - Mac OS X Leopard
iMac G5 - Mac OS X Leopard and Tiger
PowerCenter Pro 210 - Mac OS 9.2 and Debian 5.0
Homemade Computer - Vista and Ubuntu 9.04

RiceMonster
July 22nd, 2009, 05:58 PM
Desktop: Arch Linux x86_64
Laptop: Dual boot Fedora 11 and Windows Vista

Little Bit
July 22nd, 2009, 06:23 PM
Only one, a hand-me-down Dell, now totally Windows-free!!

Twirling happily,
Amy

heroidi
July 24th, 2009, 02:33 PM
My Restaurant's pc old one running ubuntu with LXDE
and my own PC with Ubuntu beloved by me :D

scrooge_74
July 24th, 2009, 03:31 PM
1.HP nx6110 <--mine Hardy
2.Thinkpad T43 <--wife Hardy
3.Lenovo 3000 c100 <--kids Hardy
4.headless average grey box (celeron 1.8 GHz 1GB ram) for different stuff <--Debian Lenny

Fullmetal99012
July 25th, 2009, 05:43 PM
3 computers

Desktop: Quad Core Hp Pavillion M9000t Elite Media Center PC with Ubuntu 9.04 JJ 64 bit and vista ultimate.

Laptop 1: Dual Core Lenovo 3000 G530 with ubuntu 6.04 JJ 64 bit and Vista Ultimate

Laptop 2: AMD Dual Core Dell Latitude D531 with Vista Business and Ubuntu 9.04 JJ 64 bit.

buntunoob
July 31st, 2009, 01:33 AM
hp laptop- xp
homemade - ubuntu
homemade - vista
emach - xp

virtuallinux
July 31st, 2009, 05:09 AM
Intel E5200 4GB ram: Ubuntu Server 8.10
AMD Athlon 3700+ 1.25GB ram: Ubuntu desktop 9.04
HP Pavilion a1101n: Whatever I'm currently experimenting with
Dell Latitude D820: Ubuntu 9.04 and, yes, the dreaded Windows XP

jpope
July 31st, 2009, 06:02 AM
Currently 3, hopefully will be adding a server within the next year and possibly a edubuntu pc for my daughter...

1. Desktop - Home budget build: Triple boot Ubuntu 9.04 64bit, Win XP Pro & Win 7 64bit
2. EeePC 1000HE: Triple boot Ubuntu 9.04, Win XP Home & Win 7 RC
3. Samsung NC10 - Wife's Netbook: Win XP Home (I can't talk her into trying Ubuntu :()

cascade9
August 19th, 2009, 10:02 AM
AMD 4800+/2GB/8600GT- Deb Lenny XFCE + XP (2nd hdd, no dual-boot)

AMD 2100+/1GB/6600GT- XP- for now (must fix that)

P4-1.7/1GB/Sis Xabre64MB- Waiting for a hardware fix, will be either xubuntu or Deb XFCE

AMD T-bird 1200C/1GB/GF4-MX440 64MB- Sabayon 4.1

Compaq Intel 866/384MB- Xubuntu

Compaq Intel 800/192MB- Puppy

P450/256MB- currently testing 'light' distros

P300/128MB- currently dirveless, will be going to a light distro

P233/48MB- Win98SE

hoppipolla
August 19th, 2009, 03:56 PM
Two, a dual-booting desktop (XP and Ubuntu Karmic) and a broken laptop which I believe has an also slightly broken copy of Kubuntu on it lol

zerhacke
August 20th, 2009, 10:27 PM
Laptop 1
256MB DDR333 RAM
1.6Ghz Sempron CPU
40GB HDD
DVD/CDRW Optical
Ubuntu 9.04

Laptop 2
512MB DDR333 RAM
2.0Ghz Celeron CPU
160GB HDD
DVD-+ DVD Burner
Ubuntu 9.04

File Server
4 Xeon 3.06GHZ CPUs
4GB DDR266 RAM
2x1 TB SATA III Drives in RAID 0
Headless
Ubuntu 8.04

Wife's Computer
Quad Core 2.8GHZ CPU
8GB DDR2 667 RAM
250GB SATA III HDD
nVidia something or other, very new card in SLI
7 channel sound
Ubuntu 9.04

Stepson 1's computer
3.3Ghz Celeron D CPU
1GB DDR400 RAM
250GB SATA III HDD
Windows XP Pro

Stepson 2's computer
3.0Ghz Celeron D CPU
1GB DDR400 RAM
160GB ATA HDD
Windows XP Pro

Jubward
August 21st, 2009, 04:24 AM
Main computer:
Dual booting Ubuntu 9.04/ArchLinux

Other computer:
Gentoo

RabbitWho
August 23rd, 2009, 12:41 PM
I have two computers. This laptop is a Dell Inspiron 1545 dual-booted with kubuntu/vista. And upstairs a 10 year old IBM aptiva dual booted with icebuntu and XP.

In the house altogether at the moment though there are 3 people and 5 computers including me and mine. A mac (mac OS), 3 dell lap tops (Ubuntu, XP), and that 10 year old Aptiva I mentioned.
A robber would be very excited and then dissapointed to find that only one of the computers is worth any money.

When my mom is here + 1 hp pavillion 6000 laptop with vista. (yes i've told her about the BIOS updates and yes it will be a long time before we buy anything with nVidia in it again)

Screwdriver0815
August 23rd, 2009, 01:08 PM
I don't remember what I have voted in the past (if it is 2 or 3) but now I have 3 computers again.

Desktop: 2 Gb RAM
AMD Athlon 64 x2 (2x 3000 Mhz)
500 gb HDD
Nvidia GeForce 8400 GS
DVD-reader
DVD-burner
internal cardreader
Kubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope

Laptop: Lenovo 3000 N200
2 gb RAM
Intel Core Duo (2x 2000 Mhz)
Nvidia GeForce 7300 GO
DVD-burner/reader
internal cardreader
Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope

Server (backup-thing): my old Desktop
1 Gb RAM
AMD Athlon 1600+ (1400 Mhz)
250 Gb HDD
ATI Radeon 9800 XT
DVD-reader
CD-burner
Ubuntu 8.04.3 Hardy Heron LTS

I previously had Ubuntu Jaunty Server installed on my old Desktop but I did not get it to work as a storage device. Maybe because I was not too much interested in it.
So I will use Hardy as "Server with GUI" and share data via Giver, which is much more easier for me.

rjs82vette
August 23rd, 2009, 02:10 PM
AMD 1ghz
1g ran
40g hd
untangle
gateway

atom 1.6
2g ram
4x 1t hd
Acer easystore
Windows Home Server
file/print/backup server

atom 1.6
2 g ram
320g hd
Acer easystore
Unbuntu 8.04
web\torrent\myth-backend\blog\jinzora\zoneminder

Pentium D 2.8
2g ram
160g hd
Windows XP
Kids Games

compaq slimline Pentium 1.2
1g ram
40g hd
Mythubuntu 9.04
46 LCD TV
Media Center

1.2 Cappacino
512m ram
100g hd
Windows XP
truck computer/gps/internet/video/audio

1.8 Acer laptop
2g ram
160g hd
Windows Vista Home
duaghters laptop

quad core
4g ram
320g hd
Windows XP
Kids Games\VirtualBox


Quad core
16g ram
6x 160g hd raid 0
dual 1g vid cards sli
Windows Vista Ultimate
My desktop

Pentium 4
512m ram
40g hd
Windows xp
Garage computer to make custom tunes for my truck

and i have a few old ones in the garage.... dont use them anymore

rjm83
August 26th, 2009, 05:14 PM
5 laptops

1&2: Macbook - Mac OSX Leopard - Soon to be Snow Leopard
3: Sony Viao - Windows Vista => Headache and soon to be dual boot XP / Jaunty
4: Toshiba Satellite - Intrepid
5: Dell Inspiron - dual boot Windows XP / Intrepid ( It is a dell inspiron 600m - I tried Jaunty but the wireless would connect to the router but could not get internet. any ideas please PM me)

coldReactive
August 28th, 2009, 05:49 AM
Two...

Desktop: Ubuntu 9.04
Netbook: UNR 9.04

Hoping 9.10 will have wifi working out of the box for my netbook.

Fallen_Demon
August 28th, 2009, 08:28 AM
Three.
Desktop running Windows 7, OpenSolaris 2009.06 and bucketloads of VMs, this laptop running openSUSE 11.1 and a eeePC 701sd running fedora 11. I became a bit disillusioned with Ubuntu and now only use the server edition

Dragonbite
August 28th, 2009, 01:32 PM
Three.
Desktop running Windows 7, OpenSolaris 2009.06 and bucketloads of VMs, this laptop running openSUSE 11.1 and a eeePC 701sd running fedora 11. I became a bit disillusioned with Ubuntu and now only use the server edition

Curious, what made you disillusioned?

If you don't want to hijack the thread you can PM me instead. I'm just curious.

mlthmp
August 29th, 2009, 02:13 AM
Right now I have 3 working systems.

One Dell Optiplex GX280 running Ubuntu 8.10
One Acer Aspire 5315-2153 running Ubuntu 8.10
One old Compaq laptop (I think its 700 or 800mhz) running Ubuntu 8.04

If I ever fool around and get new power supplies for them.. I also have an Emachine desktop with XP and an older P3 500mhz Dell with Windows ME

matchstich
August 29th, 2009, 04:47 AM
have 2, 9.04 on one and 8.04 on the other

Dessicus
August 29th, 2009, 09:10 PM
I have 5 computers:

Main desktop running Windows 7 RC x64
Secondary desktop running Ubuntu Jaunty x86
Two file servers also running Ubuntu Jaunty x86
Laptop dual booting between Win7 RC and Ubuntu Jaunty both x86

I also have 6 VMs in VBox running Xubuntu Jaunty x86, Fedora 11 x86, Ubuntu Jaunty x64, Ubuntu Karmic A3 x86, Mint 7 x86, and Win7 RC x86.

nothingspecial
August 30th, 2009, 12:39 AM
Sony Viao (all singing, all dancing laptop) with loads of ram and all sorts of groovy graphics and sound cards and stuff as main family pc.

Samsung NC10 - my netbook - I love it.

Acer aspire one - My wifes netbook - facebook, pidgin, rhythmbox etc (you get the idea)

Some sort of old compaq pc under the stairs as our server which (along with several large hard drives) houses the entire music, video, work, school, etc etc collection along with backups; and does all downloading, torrenting and streaming etc etc (poor old thing)

Another aspire one with a broken screen (plugged in to an external monitor). This serves 2 purposes. I like to break it, just to see if I can fix it. But when it is operational it lives in the bedroom where it is used to view videos (from the aforementioned server).

Oh ....... they all run Ubuntu 9.04 btw except my netbook which dual boots. Sometimes zenwalk, sometimes slackware .. moblin, fedora even arch...who knows what might be on that partition?

uylug
August 30th, 2009, 07:49 PM
Main computer: Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04
My LAMP server: Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04
My File Server: Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04
My new laptop: Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 8.04
My other laptop: Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope 9.04
A computer i do random things on: Xubuntu 9.04

Diofan
August 30th, 2009, 09:46 PM
My Desktop PC: Made by me running Ubuntu 9
Laptop: Toshiba Satellite 1105 Running Windows XP Home
Wife's Desktop: Dell running XP Professional

vektsilver
August 31st, 2009, 04:02 AM
1. desktop is a dual boot using to physical drives
ubuntu jaunty on the first disk
windows vista on the second disk. currently dual monitor going to quad soon

2.) work laptop was Jaunty aswell but recently had to put it back as the cisco vpn solution kept dropping connection but actually had alot of our propietary stuff working thanks to wine. :) It was so much better when the vpn stayed up than the windows install.

3.) 2 TB windows media center server with 2 cable tuners clear QAM only. Looking into other alternatives that dont have a restriction with mpeg 4 codecs.

4.) tc1100 ubuntu jaunty.

5.) ubuntu jaunty machine hosting vm clustered Windows 2003 servers for troubleshooting ( virtual Box hosted )

NightHawk877
September 1st, 2009, 02:43 AM
Custom AMD Phenom II/CrossfireX DDR3 liquid cooled gaming computer: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit/ Ubuntu 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope" 64 bit

Compaq Presario CQ60-418DX: Windows 7 32 bit/Ubuntu Jaunty 32 bit

EDIT: changed Windows Vista Ultimate and Home Premium to Windows 7

thalo
September 1st, 2009, 03:22 AM
desktop: dual boot winXP/xandros (never used any more and hoping to put ubuntu or openSuse some day) wife uses for work
laptop 1: dual boot winVista/openSuse 11.0 my main computer
laptop 2: ubuntu 9.04

bukueOner
September 1st, 2009, 08:20 AM
10 Desktops and 2 Servers.
I got Ubuntu 9.04 running on 4, xp running on 6(for games), and ubuntu server running on the servers.
If games were more compatible with ubuntu i would burn and **** on xp, but for now i have to deal with it.

Hund
September 1st, 2009, 01:40 PM
Workstation: Intel C2D E8400 @ 3GHz, 4GB, ATI 4850 / Ubuntu 9.04
Server: AMD Athlon64 3800+ @ 2GHz, 4GB / Ubuntu 8.04
HTPC: Intel Atom 330 @ 1,6GHz, 2GB, NVIDIA ION / Ubuntu 9.04

sideaway
September 2nd, 2009, 03:16 AM
4 really.

Primary desktop (in sig) - Crunchbang Linux
Laptop (t2020, 1gb) - Crunchbang Linux
Secondary Laptop - Damn Small Linux
Server - Ubuntu

bkimbro
September 10th, 2009, 06:08 AM
Laptop: Dual Boot Windows XP (will be replacing with windows 7) and Ubuntu 9.04
Desktop: Windows 7

karthick87
September 10th, 2009, 06:12 AM
Two systems:
1.Windows XP
2.Ubuntu 9.04

staf0048
September 10th, 2009, 06:23 AM
Two. A laptop that runs Ubuntu 8.04 and a desktop that runs 9.04. Convinced my wife to switch the desktop from Vista after she was tricked by a popup ad that allowed a virus to infect it. She seems happy now, after a long learning curve.

se7ensamurai
September 10th, 2009, 08:42 AM
Currently 4.

Main Desktop: dualboot XP, Ubuntu 9.04
Secondary Desktop: Ubuntu 9.04
"Media Center" -Experimental. Installing Ubuntulite ATM (Previous incarnations have included XP Pro, MythBuntu, and KnoppMyth.)
Laptop: Puppy Linux ('cause its got a cute name)

you could also count my G1 :)

guitar_man
September 10th, 2009, 11:19 AM
box1: Pentium 4 Ubuntu 9.04
box2: Pentium 2 Crunchbang 9.04
box3: Pentium 2 Crunchbang 9.04

Boompoet
September 10th, 2009, 01:53 PM
Desktop Linux Mint 7 (Gloria) - Intell 1.3 GHz with a gig of ram and a 512 graphics card... honestly not sure of the type but it's ATI.

Frankenstined together from old componants

Desktop Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty)- Dual core Athlon 3.1 GHz with 4 gigs of ram and soon to have a shiny new 1 gig graphics card with an ATI chipset. Should be here Friday (9/11/09).

All parts from New Egg

Laptop Dual Boot Windows XP and Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy)- 1 some odd GHz dual core Athlon, 2 gigs of ram and a lot of spunk. Poor thing's been all over the country and x-rayed more times than I can count.

Dell Inspiron 1705

apocalypse80
September 10th, 2009, 04:18 PM
1. Laptop (main computer) : Windows XP Pro + Ubuntu 9.04
2. Gaming rig : Windows Vista
3. File server/Torrentbox : Ubuntu 9.04

mindsystem
September 21st, 2009, 08:57 PM
1. Deskie: Vista Home
2. Netbook: XP Home + Ubuntu 9.04
3. File-server/Torrentbox (experiment): Xubuntu 9.04

ChrT
September 21st, 2009, 09:52 PM
Desktop 1: (intel C2D E6700, 2GB ram, geforce 8800GTS 512) : ubanto carmic
Desktop 2: (pentium 4, 3.6GHz, 512MB ram, geforce 6600GT): Arch GNU/Linux
Home(torrent-,ssh-,file-,web-)server: (some early amd athlon, 700MHz, 256MB ram, on-board graphics): Debian
Laptop: (Compal IFL91 - intel C2D 2.2GHz, 2GB ram, mobile geforce 8600GT): Arch GNU/Linux
Netbook 1: Asus Eee pc 901 - Arch GNU/Linux
Netbook 2: Acer Aspire One - ubanto netbook remix
Storage and backup box: (pentium 3, 512mb ram, onboard graphics, 5.5TB of hard drives, headless): Fedora Core 5 - I haven't upgraded this thing in years and can't be bothered to, it works and I just keep adding PCI SATA cards and new drives when I need them.

All connected and routed by a Linksys WRT54GS router.


What can I say, I'm a sucker for cheap used hardware :P

cprofitt
September 21st, 2009, 11:20 PM
Self-Built desktop (Virtual Box for testing) - Ubuntu 9.04
Lenovo T500 - Ubuntu 9.04
Self-Built desktop (oldest child) - Ubuntu 9.04
Self-Built desktop (middle child) - Ubuntu 9.04
Toshiba Laptop (wife) - Vista
Self-built desktop (test server) - currently not turned on

Pirolocito
September 21st, 2009, 11:28 PM
I've enough pc, and enough oses.

http://linuxmadeasy.blogspot.com/2009/09/linux-for-various-usages-and-low-specs.html

cbugsubunt
September 22nd, 2009, 08:33 PM
Laptop VAIOsony 1 : Dual B00t, Ubuntu 9.04 and Windows Xp Pro SP3
Desktop 2 : Mac Pro Workstation

AND!!!
Desktop 3 : 386 family MS-Dos lol! heheh my antique :)

mdsmedia
September 22nd, 2009, 11:56 PM
5yo no-name desktop, can't even remember what specs, running Arch exclusively.
4yo HP Compaq nx6120, 1.6GHz Centrino, 512MB RAM..Ubuntu 9.04 and XP Pro.
Relatively new Toshiba Satellite Pro, 1GB RAM and 2.6GHz Celeron Mobile, Ubuntu 9.04, Arch and Vista Home Premium.

mrfelker
September 23rd, 2009, 12:31 AM
[QUOTE=Midwest-Linux;3289736]How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one

Machine 1

1) Debian Lenny sid
2) Sabayon 4.2
3) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11

Multiboot with BootITNG (highly recommended)

Virtual machines on Debian and Sabayon

a) Ubuntu 9.10 alpha (running at this moment)
b) Windwos 7
c) Gentoo Linux
d) Windows 2008 Server R2

Machine 2

Ubuntu 9.04 and Windwos XP (dual boot

Machine 3

Windows 2000

Soo to add Windwos 7 and Windows s2008 Enterprise Server R2 on "real machine) 1

Maraty Felker

whoya
September 23rd, 2009, 03:00 AM
one desktop
AMD athlon64 3200
asus a8ne
2gig ram
nvida 6600 graphics card
i got dual boot ubuntu and windows xp

thats enough to keep me out of trouble
big learning curve with linux. but i wont give up just yet:)

natgab
September 23rd, 2009, 04:43 AM
(Mac Fanboi) My turn:

Main computer:

Power Mac 1.8GHz G5 Dual Processor - Mac OS 10.5.8

My Laptop:

Powerbook 400 MHz G3 (Pismo) - Mac OS 10.4.11 :P

My new nix box:

iMac 400MHz G3 - Debian Lenny (not quite working yet) ](*,)

My work computer:

Power Mac 533MHz G4 - Mac OS 10.4.11

My old nix box:

PC 500MHz K-6 - Kubuntu 8.04 (i think i killed it trying to upgrade it) :(

shaunsmith_99
September 23rd, 2009, 06:42 AM
How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one ?

I'll answer later

Hahaha my wife & I are a diverse group. I have my OSx Intel Mac (as soon as I get more comfortable in Linux, I'm selling it)

I have my AMD-64 Dual Core Linux Laptop. my BabY!

Wife is a web designer, and she used an HP laptop with vista. :KS

lisati
September 23rd, 2009, 06:51 AM
This is an update to this post (http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=6143288&postcount=567)

2 x Commodore 128 (currently gather dust in a spare room)
1 x very tired Digital Venturis, Win98SE
1 x Compaq Presario SR1520AN, Dual Boot, XP SP3+Ubuntu Studio 9.04
1 x Toshiba M200 laptop, Dual boot, Vista Home Premium & Ubuntu 9.04

vrkalak
September 23rd, 2009, 06:59 AM
Main PC: Custom built computer with 4 Gb of RAM and 1 Tb hard-drive. With a dual-boot of Ubuntu 9.10 (testing) and LinuxMint-7

Laptop: Older Gateway MX-3210 with Xubuntu 9.04

And a Persistant-USB (16Gb flash-drive) with Ubuntu 8.04 for when have to use another computer.

I have totally deleted Windows Vista and XP from my computers.

User3k
September 26th, 2009, 04:09 AM
Home set up, for now...

*Older Computer = SME Gateway/Server
*Main Computer = Suse 11.1 64, Ubuntu 9.04 64, Windows XP Home 32

sgosnell
September 26th, 2009, 04:34 AM
Main computer is an Asus EEE, with Jaunty.
Desktop, seldom used, dual boots Jaunty and XP.
Nokia N800 runs Maemo, a Linux variant.
Palm Lifedrive runs PalmOS 5.2.
Wife's laptop has Vista. She's in a class to learn to use a computer, and the class uses Windows, so there isn't much choice for now. Dual-boot to Ubuntu will come, and eventually I hope to get her to Ubuntu completely, but there are app issues, some of which she absolutely has to have, and which don't seem to like wine.

renkinjutsu
September 26th, 2009, 04:42 AM
One...

Dell Vostro 200
1TB HD --
Ubuntu 9.04 - PekWM + gnome-panel
Archlinux - GNOME


xD

Grifulkin
September 26th, 2009, 05:00 AM
Main Computer is a home built desktop running XP and Jaunty 64bit

Two laptops, the new one is a Acer Aspire One dual boot XP and Jaunty

and my old now "hobby" Laptop is a 2006 Compaq it has two hard drives that I switch out so one has XP and the other one has I think Ubuntu minimal with no GUI at the moment. But my power cords died so it is kind of out of commission until I get another cord. But when I get it back I think I'm going to get rid of XP on the one hard drive and but Ubuntu minimal and build my own set-up and then put Arch on the other or Slackware or whatever else I want to try out.

rickvan67
September 26th, 2009, 05:11 AM
How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one ?

I'll answer later


6 total

1 desktop running Ubuntu 9.04
1 laptop running Ubuntu 9.04
1 desktop running windows XP
1 desktop running windows 7 RC
1 laptop running Mac OS X Snow Leopard
1 laptop running Max OS X Tiger

mmmmna
September 26th, 2009, 05:17 AM
3x Macintosh Plus @ System 7.0.1;
Macintosh SE @ System 6.0.something + Mutifinder;
Macintosh SE/30 @ System 6.0.4 + Multifinder;
Macintosh Performa something (is a Pizza Box... Performa 400?) @ System 7.0.1 + Multifinder;
Power Macintosh 7500/100 @ MacOS 8.3(?);
Quadra 630 @ System 7.something;
(can you tell I collect old Macs??);
Dell Precision 410 Workstation @ Debian Woody (Dual Slot 1!!)
Compaq 7000 @ Ubuntu 9.04
Tyan Tsunami (custom built) @ Windows 98SE
ECS RC410L/400-M @ PCLinuxOS 2009.1 (dual boot w/Windows XP64)
Asus EeePC 900A @ UNR 9.04 temporarily (not a fan, just using UNR until something more appealing arises).

Exodist
September 27th, 2009, 02:14 AM
My Main: AMD64 6000+, Ubuntu 9.04-64bit
My daughters: eMac 1GHz G4, Ubuntu 9.04-PPC

oboedad55
September 27th, 2009, 03:03 AM
Two.
1. Desktop P4 running Mint 7, Ultimate Edition 2.3, Ubuntu 8.04, 9.04. Karmic and a copy of XP I never use.
2. Acer laptop with Wimp XP and Ultimate Edition 2.3

ergosteur
September 27th, 2009, 05:32 AM
MacBook Pro Unibody - Mac OS X 10.6/Windows 7/Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS P5W DH Deluxe - Mac OS X 10.5/Ubuntu 9.04
Dell Inspiron 640m - Ubuntu 9.04/Windows 7
Dell Latitude D610 - Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS P5N73-AM - Ubuntu 9.04 and Debian Lenny hybrid with OpenVZ/KVM
ASUS ITX-220 - Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS ITX-220 - Mac OS X 10.5
Zotac ITX Wifi - Windows 7
Toshiba Satellite A40 - Ubuntu 9.04
Dell XPS M1330 - Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise/Ubuntu 9.04
Dell PowerEdge 1400SC - Kubuntu 8.04
Acer AspireOne - Linux Mint Gloria (Ubuntu 9.04)
Acer Aspire 3623 - Mac OS X 10.5
Acer Aspire 5570Z - Windows 7
Nokia N810 - Maemo/Debian ARM
3* iMac G3 - Mac OS X 10.4/openSUSE
IBM ThinkPad T21 - Windows XP
IBM Ispirati A10i - Windows XP
ECS P4VMM2 - Windows XP
Apple TV - Apple TV OS (Mac OS X 10.4)
Linksys NSLU2 - Debian armel
Broadcom-based routers - DD-WRT/Tomato

matt-lisa
September 27th, 2009, 08:44 AM
A generic dual core with MSA motherboards and 2200 cpu running jaunty (main one), A generic with asus motherboard and 1.8ghz cpu running hardy (mainly used for music and recording, and an old XT running damn small linux! used as a link to my heritage of early 80's computiting (viva apple IIe and microbee!):lolflag:

renkinjutsu
September 27th, 2009, 08:52 AM
MacBook Pro Unibody - Mac OS X 10.6/Windows 7/Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS P5W DH Deluxe - Mac OS X 10.5/Ubuntu 9.04
Dell Inspiron 640m - Ubuntu 9.04/Windows 7
Dell Latitude D610 - Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS P5N73-AM - Ubuntu 9.04 and Debian Lenny hybrid with OpenVZ/KVM
ASUS ITX-220 - Ubuntu 9.04
ASUS ITX-220 - Mac OS X 10.5
Zotac ITX Wifi - Windows 7
Toshiba Satellite A40 - Ubuntu 9.04
Dell XPS M1330 - Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise/Ubuntu 9.04
Dell PowerEdge 1400SC - Kubuntu 8.04
Acer AspireOne - Linux Mint Gloria (Ubuntu 9.04)
Acer Aspire 3623 - Mac OS X 10.5
Acer Aspire 5570Z - Windows 7
Nokia N810 - Maemo/Debian ARM
3* iMac G3 - Mac OS X 10.4/openSUSE
IBM ThinkPad T21 - Windows XP
IBM Ispirati A10i - Windows XP
ECS P4VMM2 - Windows XP
Apple TV - Apple TV OS (Mac OS X 10.4)
Linksys NSLU2 - Debian armel
Broadcom-based routers - DD-WRT/Tomato


i feel anemic..


one more, and you'd have 23! (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/23_Enigma)

DivineTemplar
September 27th, 2009, 09:35 AM
1 Desktop: Dual boots Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope and Windows Vista Ultimate Edition SP2, both 64bit.

1 Laptop that is out of commission, Dual Boot of 9.04 and XP.

wilee-nilee
September 27th, 2009, 10:23 AM
5 computers altogether 2 laptops a net-book and 2 desktops.

Puppy Browser
Xp Pro
XP Home
Jaunty
and a huge pile of Iso's.

FunkyRes
September 28th, 2009, 06:00 PM
Currently I own three - two run CentOS and one dual boots CentOS and Ubuntu.

I also have several linodes, they all run CentOS.

cradom
September 28th, 2009, 07:45 PM
1> HP - dual boot Vista and Ubuntu 9.04
1> emachines - XP (wifes)
1> B&W G3 - OS X 10.4.11
2> G4's currently not in use

ippokratis
September 28th, 2009, 09:28 PM
PC 1: Ultimate Edition 1.8
PC 2: Ultimate Edition 2.3
PC 3: Gentoo
PC 4: PC-BSD
PC 5: Geubuntu
Laptop 1: Gentoo / Sidux
Laptop 2: Ultimate Edition 1.9

devilgas
September 28th, 2009, 10:01 PM
Main PC - Vista Ultimate x64
Lab 1 - Ubuntu 9.x
CNC - XP Pro
DT1 - Vista Enterprise
Lab 2 - Windows 7
Sony MM - XP Pro
WN1 - XP Pro
Spt Laptop - XP Pro
XPS Laptop - Vista Ultimate
Mac Book - OSX

samthehobbit
October 2nd, 2009, 04:37 AM
Main Laptop - Ubuntu 9.04
Home PC - Dual Boot Ubuntu 9.04 & XP
Media Centre - XBMC Live (Ubuntu 9.04)
Linksys NSLU2 - Debian armel
Semi retired Laptop - XP

ninjapirate89
October 2nd, 2009, 04:38 AM
2

Desktop - Ubuntu Jaunty/Vista
Laptop - Ubuntu Jaunty

Bearded-flower
October 2nd, 2009, 04:40 AM
I run a netbook. dual boot ubuntu and win7.

stanca
October 7th, 2009, 11:03 AM
Desktop with triple boot:Ubuntu Ultimate Edition Amd64,Elive E17 Compiz,Windows XP Professional SP3(32bit).:P:lolflag:

user1397
October 7th, 2009, 11:06 AM
1 computer dual booted with ubuntu 9.04 and windows vista (rarely used)

Dragonbite
October 7th, 2009, 01:49 PM
Well, my plans for the server are currently KAPUT! One of the kids spilled water on the laptop so now I have to look at taking what I was going to set up as a server and replace the laptop with that until I can get another laptop or get this one going again.

I've already washed it with rubbing alcohol to was the minerals and stuff off (thankfully it was just tap water) and it looked promising but then when I added another component (WiFi card) and turned it on... well, it hasn't turned on since, even after I've removed it. Grr....

jperez
October 7th, 2009, 07:43 PM
Well, I mostly already posted here, although I don't know when and where since it was such a long time ago...so I'll post again!

I have 4 computers. Here's each one and their OS:

1.) Desktop PC (Barebones)
BioSTAR P4M90-M7A Board
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz
3GB RAM (board & BIOS limited)
NVIDIA 9800 GTX+ 512MB PCI-e
120GB SATA HDD
500GB external Toshiba USB HDD
Windows XP Professional w/ SP3

2.) Toshiba A205-S5804 Laptop
Pentium Dual-Core 1.6Ghz
1GB RAM
Intel GM965/GL960 X3100 Express 128MB
Ubuntu Karmic Koala v9.10β (Testing)

3.) Nokia N810 (RX-44)
OMAP 2420 400Mhz
128MB RAM
Nokia Maemo Linux OS2008 (Diablo v5.2008.43-7)

4.) eMac
PowerPC G4 1Ghz
368MB RAM
ATI Radeon 7500 32MB
Apple Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11

:)

Jesse~

ltHank
October 8th, 2009, 04:48 PM
1. Old Sawtooth AGP Mac Tower (OSX, though it had debian for a short while, I found that it didn't work that great...)
2. MacBook Pro (OSX and Vista with Bootcamp)
3. Homebuilt Tower (Ubuntu, soon Ubuntu + XP on separate drives)

tiago88
October 9th, 2009, 05:16 AM
I have 2 computers, one is pretty new and the other it's really old , there is one for the family (mine pretty much lol), and my brother is a system engenieer and has 2 computers... Here they are in the order I've just mentioned

1. New Desktop PC : Intel Core2Duo 2.93 Ghz, 4gb RAM, Geforce 512Mb DDR3 and 500 Gb SATA Disk running Ubuntu 9.04 and Xp sp2 x64 (many many problems with drivers and stuff so I'll be switching to Windows 7 soon... hope it get's better, and not holding my breath too long lol)
2. Really Old Desktop PC: AMD 1.5 Ghz with Xp sp3 x32 (mainly used for testing networks and stuff now)
3. Old Desktop PC : Intel Pentium 4 with Windows Xp sp3 x32
4. (My brother's old Laptop) HP Pavillion with Ubuntu 8.04 and Windows Xp sp3 x21
5. (Other of my brother) Laptop Hp Pavillion Dv6 with Mac, Ubuntu 9.04 and Windows Vista x64.

Oh and another but that's from my brother's work... It's a Compaq 610 I think and it has Mac, Ubuntu 9.04 and Windows Vista x64.

kimda
October 10th, 2009, 08:58 PM
Do servers count?

1. server 1 - debian lenny - hp proliant
2. server 2 - debian lenny - plain office server
3. home desktop - ubuntu karmic + win xp on virtualbox
4. work desktop - ubuntu karmic (xp on a seperate disk and virtualised)
5. home laptop - acer timeline with ubuntu karmic and (xp on virtualbox)

Also I have an old pc lying around here at home gathering dust with OpenBSD on it.

motorcity909
October 10th, 2009, 09:02 PM
Main desktop - Ubuntu with XP on Virtualbox (there was a second desktop but hardware has gone and it's that XP installed virtually)
Wife's laptop - XP
Son's netbook - XP
My work laptop - XP (choice of OS not down to me)

Hmm, but XP-centric there.

Zoot7
October 10th, 2009, 09:27 PM
My 3 Machines:

#1 - Main Rig
Gigabyte GA-MA790FXT-UD5P
AMD Phenom II X4 955
4GB Crucial DDR3-1333
Sapphire Radeon HD4870 1GB
X-Fi XtremeGamer (Fetched from the Attic after ALSA 1.0.21 :) )
4 x 1TB Samsung Spinpoints HDs
Dual Boot - Ubuntu (Hardy) & XP

#2
Asus K8V-MX
AMD Sempron 2600+
512Mb DDR-400
nVidia Geforce 6200A
160GB IDE WD HD
Ubuntu (Hardy)

#3 - Laptop
Dell XPS M1530
Intel Core 2 Duo T7500
2GB DDR2-667
nVidia Geforce 8600M GT
500GB WD Scoripo HD
Ubuntu (Jaunty) with Kernel 2.6.31 & Karmic Beta along with various other distros for fun such as: openSUSE, Fedora, Mandriva, Knoppix

:guitar:

superdav42
October 10th, 2009, 09:39 PM
Arch, Debian, Ubuntu and Debian, and a broken install of windows that's going to have ubuntu.

LinuxFox
October 10th, 2009, 09:56 PM
I have three computers. I have...

A Macintosh Performa 6116CD with MacOS 8
A custom built computer with Windows XP Home and Ubuntu 8.04 (dual boot)
An Acer Aspire laptop with Vista Home and Xubuntu 8.04 (though I installed the Ubuntu desktop via terminal)

kdmcmullan
October 10th, 2009, 11:24 PM
4-5 seems like the most common answer. Is this because no-one's quite geeky enough to own up to the 7 or 8 they have?

My difficulty starts with: What is a computer. I have a desktop PC for 3 of the 4 people in my house. My wife has a laptop. Then there's the Ubuntu server in the roofspace.

Now, do we count the Media player? Not really a "computer" but it's running embedded Linux. If we count that, do we count the thin client I use when I'm down in the garage? It runs Linux, but it's really only a terminal.

How about the PDAs? I used to say "if it ain't programmable, it ain't a computer." That doesn't work any more, as I can write Java on my phone!

The washing machine is probably our most technologically advanced home appliance. I'm quite confident that there's a hint of Linux in there, too!

cee710
October 10th, 2009, 11:38 PM
1)dell gx 100 usb floppy boot dam small linux 4 (file server)
2)dell gx 280 SFF usb boot ubuntu 9 (media server 1 tb drive)
3)dell gx 280 SFF usb boot puppy linux 4.3 as media player
4)asus p4x800mx mb pc ubuntu 9
5)dell gx270 ubuntu 9,xp pro
6)shuttle x27 sabayon 4.2 linux mint 7 gloria
7)toshiba satellite u205 sabayon 4.2 ubuntu 9

OfficeLinebacker
October 11th, 2009, 12:13 AM
I suppose "own" and "have up and running" are two questions. Right now three, one Vista desktop, one Vista laptop, and one Ubuntu server.

I hope to build Ubuntu servers for businesses under the banner of Inovagent (http://www.inovagent.com/) since I think 9/10 IT companies will sell a business a Microsoft OS on a server when all the client needs is a file server.

TheStroj
October 11th, 2009, 12:19 AM
3 Computers:

- My: Ubuntu 9.04 and Windows 7 (using Win7 only to upload files on my cellphone)
-2nd: Windows XP
-3rd: Windows XP

CharlesA
October 11th, 2009, 04:41 AM
Main Desktop:
Core2Duo E8400 3.16Ghz
Asus P5Q SE
8GB DDR2 800 (mixed brands, 2x2GB crucial, 2x2GB patriot)
2 x 320GB WD Caviar Blue
LG DVD Burner
Evga GTX260 216 SC
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate x64 (soon to be Windows 7 Professional/Ultimate x64)

Backup Desktop/HTPC:
Pentium Dual-Core E2200 2.20Ghz
Abit Fata1ity F-190HD
1GB DDR2 800 (other stick was fried :()
80GB WD Drive
Memorex DVD burner
OS: Windows XP/Windows7RC/Ubuntu (if it installs >.<)

Old Desktop (Dell GX260):
Pentium 4 2.0 Ghz
768MB RAM
2 x 160GB WD HDD
DVD Burner
ATI Radeon 9550 256MB 8xAGP
OS: Windows XP/Ubuntu/Whatever

Parent's Desktop:
Pentum Dual-Core E5200 2.5Ghz
Gigabyte G31M-ES2L
2GB Patriot DDR2 800
2 x 250GB WD Caviar Blue
HP DVD Burner
OS: Windows XP

Media Server:
Pentium Dual-Core E6500 2.93Ghz
Gigabyte EP45-UD3R
4GB Corsair DDR2 800
320 GB WD Caviar Blue
HP DVD Burner
BFE Tech Gefoce 9400 GS 512MB
Highpoint Technologies RAID card
3 x 2TB Hitachi drives running RAID-5
OS: Ubuntu 9.04 x64

VipX1
October 11th, 2009, 07:04 PM
All but one of my six computers have a Linux OS and three have Ubuntu. I just bought a Asus EeePC 900 Linux which run Xandros or a version of it anyway.I am going to change it to Ubuntu eee so don't need to learn Xandros. The Asus EeePC 900 is COOL! :)

tkelito
October 11th, 2009, 07:27 PM
6 Computers:

#1) Core 2 Duo E8400; 8GB PC6400; GTX260; 250GB - Windows 7 Ultimate x64
#2) AMD Athlon 3500+; 2GB PC3200; ATI x1600; 250GB - Ubuntu 9.04
#3) AMD Athlon 3500+; 2GB PC3200; Nvidia 7950GT; 500GB - Windows Server 2003
#4) AMD Athlon 4400+ X2; 4GB PC6400; ATI HD4850; 10TB - Windows Vista Ultimate x64
#5) Toshiba Intel Core Solo T1350; 2GB PC5300; 320GB - Ubuntu 9.04
#6) Toshiba P4; 1GB PC3200; 60GB - Windows XP Professional


#4 is about to get a Phenom II 940 Quad Core and 8GB of 1066Mhz Memory.

jarnett
October 11th, 2009, 09:04 PM
2 with Jaunty
2 with XP Pro (yuck)
1 Laptop with XP Pro (but not for long)
1 TB Linux based stand alone raid

handy
October 12th, 2009, 04:51 PM
1. IPCop.
2. OS X/Arch (Arch is primary).
3. Tower with drive drawers, it has multiple jobs, which are currently minimal: FreeNAS backup, Mint-6-Xfce (emergency web access).
4. OS X
5. OS X

I have a few others that don't do anything, they are here to help if certain machines fail.

argos3016
October 12th, 2009, 05:11 PM
1- asus1000h(ubuntu 9.04)
2- ibm thinkpad ( i don't remember the reference, but it's veeeery old) , (BasicLinux)

Penguin Guy
October 12th, 2009, 07:56 PM
One: Windows XP / Ubuntu Jaunty

Groucho Marxist
October 13th, 2009, 04:05 AM
1 Laptop: System76 Pangolin Performance
With the following operating systems

Ubuntu Linux
Kubuntu Linux (trying it out)
Windows XP

RFXCasey
October 13th, 2009, 05:00 AM
1.Acer P3 866Mhz desktop
Smoothwall express 3.0

2.Dell poweredge 2400 server
Ubuntu 8.10 server edition

3.AMD Athlon 64 X2 7750 Kuma 2.7GHz Socket AM2+ Desktop ATI 4830 512Meg
Win XP SP3 32 bit edition
Ubuntu 8.10 64 bit edition

4.Acer Aspire AMD Turion 64 X2 1.60GHz notebook ATI x1300
Win XP SP2 32 bit edition
Ubuntu 8.04 32 bit edition

5.Compaq presario v2000 1.4Ghz Celeron M notebook Intel integrated 914
Ubuntu 8.10 32 bit edition

6.Intel P4 2.4Ghz Desktop Nvidia 6800 128Meg
Ubuntu 8.10 32 bit edition

7.Intel P4 2.5Ghz test system (motherboard sitting on desk)
variable OS (Ubuntu/Puppy Linux/Win98/XP) depends on HDD used

8.Custom built M.A.M.E arcade machine w/AMD 1.8Ghz Sempron Nvidia ti4100 128Meg
Win XP 32 bit edition

9.iMac DV Special Edition(Slot Loading)
Mac OS 9.0.4 probably soon to be Ubuntu 8.10

10.Dell GXa 333Mhz
Windows 98/DOS

11.Dell GX1 1Ghz
Win 98

12.AMD X2 64 3800+ @2.4Ghz

13.Amd K7 400Mhz

14.Intel 80286 20Mhz

15.Compaq 133Mhz

All are in working condition, but the last 4 are not full built systems though I have all the parts.

P.S. I do not consider myself a "Geek/Nerd" and if you call me that I will kick your ***.

dyess002
October 13th, 2009, 05:06 AM
1ea I have a Dv8000 withCintrino2, Ubuntu/Vista dual boot, 1ea DV7Cintrino duo, Vista/Ubuntu Dual Boot, an 1ea HP MINI with netmix Ubuntu dualboot ( Which I hate very much ) 3ea Compaq Presairo Compaq CQ60-417 DX Notebook PC INTEL CELERON 2 with Ubuntu and Vista dual boot. These are my kids.

On th DV7 the headphones doesn't work and on the HP MINI the sound does not work at all..

Dr. Moreau
October 13th, 2009, 07:10 PM
Two. I have an Asus EeePC 1000 (solid-state 40 gig drive) running Eeebuntu Standard 3.0, and it's my first Linux machine. I also have a Dell 8250 at work dual-booting XP Pro and Jaunty 9.04 from separate hard drives.

I had a Dell 8200 with XP Home at home, but my new EeePC and Ubuntu ate it for breakfast. I sent the 8200 to the recyclers a week after beginning Linux.

Jman8088
October 13th, 2009, 07:23 PM
1: Dell XPS m1330 (Tri boot Windows 7 (Ultimate RTM)/Ubuntu 9.04/Mac OsX.5 (Kalyway))
2: Custom PC (Dual boot Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Ubuntu x64)
3: Custom Home Server (Windows Home Server)

My xps is less for school and more for experimenting. The Pc is a monster, when its running in Ubuntu it's wicked fast (like, ~15 sec boot times).

jfmanamtr
October 15th, 2009, 12:45 AM
I have 5 PCs. Here are what they are running:

Server - Ubuntu Server 9.04
Desktop 1 - Linux Mint 7
Desktop 2 - Windows 7
Gf's Laptop - Linux Mint 7
My iBook - Debian Lenny

moe19790
October 15th, 2009, 01:42 PM
1- Desktop Dual Boot Ubuntu/XP
2- Desktop Ubuntu
3- Acer Celeron XP
4- Dell Inspiro Dual Boot Ubuntu/Vista
5- Acer Mini Ubuntu

Insane_Homer
October 15th, 2009, 02:34 PM
1) home desktop = 9.10 Beta + XP dual booting (Soon to be Windows 7 home prem)

2) Work Laptop = Windows 2008 Server std, Windows 7 enterprise eval and 9.10 Beta

jrev
October 15th, 2009, 04:28 PM
I have at the moment 3 to 6 computers in a local network with the Freebox HD

1 My main computer is on ubuntu 9.04
2 My auxilary computer is on Debian lenny with LXDE
3 My wife computer is on Ubuntu 9.04
4 I have a special training for beginners PC on eeebuntu netbook remix 2.0
5 I have an Asus 701 4G on eeebuntu NBR 2.0 and wireless connection
6 I have an Asus 900 on windows XP to try and remember How you can show the addicts how to switch slowly onto Linux

That's it

djbon2112
October 16th, 2009, 12:14 AM
6 or more. I'll list them in order :p

R[outer]01-Edge - pfSense
S[erver]01-Chaos - Debian 5.0.3
S02-Hydra - Debian 5.0.3
W[orkstation]01-Zeus - Ubuntu 9.04 (I hosed it last night, moving to 9.10 beta now)
W02-Hera - Windows 7 Professional
W03-Poseidon - Ubuntu 9.04
G[ame/entertainment]01-LHTPC - Windows 7 Professional*
M[obile]01-Tethys - Google Android (I do count my smartphone as a computer)
M02-Draco - Ubuntu 9.04 (installed to my portable hard drive so I can take my Ubuntu anywhere :p)

*I would be using Ubuntu 9.04 on it, as this is what I built it in mind for, but I couldn't fix xorg to eliminate overscan for some reason :(

Everything that can be 64-bit is. The exceptions are the router and my phone.

RFXCasey
October 16th, 2009, 02:07 AM
I have an electric toaster. You insert these bread like cartridges in the slots, press the button, an it burns to them. The os is common sense.

ivicks
October 16th, 2009, 02:34 AM
3 main computers

1. Desktop - Ubuntu 9.04
2. Server - CentOS 5
3. Laptop - Duel boot - Win7, Ubuntu Netbook Remix

Dragonbite
October 16th, 2009, 02:49 PM
I have an electric toaster. You insert these bread like cartridges in the slots, press the button, an it burns to them. The os is common sense.

Do you have to keypunch holes in them first?

Niko Johnson
October 16th, 2009, 02:53 PM
one dell laptop dual booting windows and ubuntu
one desktop triple booting ubuntu, backtrack, mac OSx... my desktop is my favorite : )

Lewis Smith
October 16th, 2009, 07:33 PM
Desktop:
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1
(Jaunty External USB)

Netbook:
Karmic Beta:guitar:
Windows XP Home SP3
(Jaunty External USB)

ysidoro
October 19th, 2009, 02:11 PM
I uses OpenVZ to provide computers (containers) to my students. Each container with it own IP, webserver (lighttpd), mysql and openssh.

At my Macbook Pro with 2MB ram I had started up to 15 linux containers at the same time plus my desktop with openoffice (course presentation) and terminal.

bro brian
October 21st, 2009, 05:41 AM
Four:
1. System76 Pan-P5 Laptop w/ Ubuntu, Jaunty 9.04
2. Compaq Presario (orig. Windoze ME) now loaded w/Mandriva 2008.0, KDE & Gnome desktops
3. Older Compaq desktop, orig. Windoze 98, 10 gig hard-drive. I bought this 'puter as a hobby for $50 back in 2006 so I could "play around" with a Linux OS. I booted Mandriva 2006 onto it, and painfully made my way around the block somewhat. Not being used at the moment.
4. Dell desktop w/Windoze XP - My ex wife gave it to me in leau of taking care of 2 of her cats for about a year until she gets a bigger house. I needed it solely to run my magicJack phone on as i couldn't get the MJ to work on a Linux OS.

linux4life88
October 22nd, 2009, 08:16 PM
I have 2 (that work that is, I have 4 if you include the ones that are broken):

Desktop - Windows XP
Laptop - Kubuntu

Velvet_Man
October 23rd, 2009, 03:15 AM
Three living, one dead.

1. Desktop, dual booted with WindowsXP SP2 and Windows7 RC (will eventually be W7 and Kubuntu)
2. Laptop, dual booted with Windows Vista and Kubuntu 9.04
3. G4 Mac with OS x 10.4.11 (will probably upgrade to 10.5 soon)

4. Deceased laptop with Ubuntu 8.10 (might revive it one day)

I haven't been able to completely switch any computers to Linux because I need access to Adobe and MS software for work (although I'm experimenting with VirtualBox on my laptop right now).

Gwasanaethau
October 23rd, 2009, 03:35 AM
Laptop: Arch Linux and a half-built CLFS system.
Desktop: Windows XP and Arch Linux (though this might change to Ubuntu 9.10 if I hear great things).
Old Desktop: Windows 98 (for some really old games that don't work on the newer hardware or OSs).

I used to have Vista on my laptop, but its severe resource hogging, poor memory management, UACs, and various other aspects (such as items on the side bar switching places at every boot) made using it so infuriating that I had to get rid of it. Shame really as I wanted to use it for playing my games whilst on the move.

Cracauer
October 23rd, 2009, 04:32 AM
Not counting obsolete junk:

Main Thinkpad, FreeBSD-8/i386. Secondary Thinkpad Ubuntu/i386.

Main workstation/graphics/server combo, Debian-stable/amd64.

Main non-GUI development, FreeBSD-9/amd64, also carries a disk set for backup stacks. (diskless boot)

Music stuff, Debian-testing/amd64, another harddrive set for backups. (diskless boot)

Xen testing box, well, Xen, Dom0 is Debian-testing/amd64. (diskless but copy kept on local disk, DomU images not on NFS)

Joker machine with 8-something OSes, among them Windows (LOTRO won't do in Wine anymore). Carries random rarely used hardware like tape drives. (diskless but 7 CD/DVD drives :))

Couple of virtual machines with exotic OSes in VMware. NetBSD, Solaris, that kind of thing. Windows 2K in there to feed my Garmin GPS.

Couple of diskless boots of random OSes ready without assigned hardware. Most of what runs inside VMware is from these diskless boots, that means the same OS install can be booted on hardware or in VMware.

Couple of diskless hardware ready to boot into one of those.

Too bad Ubuntu didn't make the cut in the end.

pablolie
November 8th, 2009, 12:49 AM
Desktop 1: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit (only gets turned on to run MS Office stuff)

Desktop 2: Ubuntu 9.04 (this is my always-on computer which I use all the time and acts like a media server - it is Atom based and I love it)

Work Laptop: Windows XP (just got it, have not been able to set up a dual boot into 9.10 yet)

Netbook: Ubuntu 9.10

Office desktop: Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, will try to set up dual boot this week

2 x Guest computers: Xubuntu 8.04, they are old but work well.

NightHawk877
November 8th, 2009, 03:55 AM
I used to have Windows and Ubuntu on my desktop and laptop, but now it's just Ubuntu 9.10. Free at last. No more license keys and sadly no more MediaMonkey.

bdalzell
November 8th, 2009, 04:25 PM
The question was own - not necessarily use every day

Athlon desktop 5 years old (AMD Athlon 2700+ CPU I built it myself) -
se it at its own page: http://www.batw.net/NewAmithlon.html
It triple boots: and has Ubuntu 9.04, Amithon (iso linux boots into Amiga OS3.9 ) and FreeDos

Dell laptop has Ubuntu 9.04 and almostly completely unused Windows Vista

Mac Mini power PC used Mac OS X

Mac Intel Power Book - Mac OS X latest

Dell older laptop with PIII - dual boot Xubuntu, Freedos - looking ofr a home for this one

Amiga 4000 Tower - Amiga OS 3.9

There are also two windows machines belonging to a housemate one with XP and the other with XP -pro

and yes I am a older female and I run linux and can build computers

):P

henry_kay
November 9th, 2009, 05:58 AM
Two.

both built by me.
main machine Windows 7 64bit dual booting with Ubuntu 9.10 64bit.

second machine
dual booting Sabayon 5 and PCLinux gnome 2009 at the moment.

joeykuds
November 9th, 2009, 06:12 AM
1 and only computer I need, although not optimal for graphic/video editing, it does the job for everything else, including web design:
EeePC 1000 - use it as main machine (plugged into a screen/keyboard/mouse most of the time) with Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
Girlfriend has a 13inch Macbook Pro with Leopard

c2006
November 9th, 2009, 10:09 AM
Just the one, running Kubuntu 9.10 64-bit and Vista x64. In a few days, I'm going to reformat the Vista drive, and am considering whether to install Arch (which I'm currently playing around with in a VM), or whether to just use it as extra media storage.

Spec:

Core 2 Quad Q9400 2.66GHz
4GB Kingston DDRII 800MHz memory
ASUS P5Q Pro motherboard
NVidia 9600GT
250GB (Kubuntu) and 320GB (currently Vista) HDDs
BenQ FP222W 22" monitor (1680x1050)

Generic Logitech mouse
Logitech G15 Keyboard

isoToxin
November 14th, 2009, 01:42 PM
Here are the computers I'm currently using day-day (ie, not ones that are sitting gathering dust). Also a very short desc of what they are used for.

1.
Sys:Mini-ITX system (small form factor)
Role:HTPC
Platform:9300-itx motherboard, Core2 duo / nvidia graphics. 2GB RAM. Has HDMI / optical outputs for 1080p HDTV use.
OS: Windows XP 32bit

2.
Mini-ITX system
multi-role File server / Media server / SSH server / sabnzbd+ downloader & lots more
intel atom dual-core motherboard 512MB ram (ample when not running a gui)
FreeBSD (FREENAS, customized)

3.
My laptop
General low demand stuff, web browsing, mp3, email, office, etc.
fujitsu-siemens p7010 ultra-portable, 1GB ram.
Dual boot Ubunto 9.10 / WinXP 32bit

4.
GF's laptop
General stuff, web browsing, office and a few games.
Compaq presario C700
Vista 32bit

5.
Desktop workstation
All sorts of stuff. Runs virtual machines, encodes video, use it to test new software etc.
Core2 duo, nvidia graphics, 4GB ram.
Windows XP x64 (thinking of moving it onto linux very soon).

6.
I also have a work laptop. Not owned by me, but I bring it home every day and use it for anything work related.

Work laptop
vpn into work, lots of vmware stuff, server admin, active directory, and other boring windows corporate stuff.
DELL LAtitude D630 / nvidia quadro graphics, 4GB RAM
Vista 32bit.


There is one other computer that I own that rarely ever get used, which is an old sony vaio. Pentium3 with 128MB RAM running damn small linux. It never really gets used anymore, but it's owned by me.

wavery
November 14th, 2009, 01:45 PM
Laptop w/ Ubuntu only
Desktop w/ dual-boot Ubuntu/Windows 7
Desktop w/ Windows 7

cdcguard
November 14th, 2009, 05:55 PM
3....

#1 Desktop - Dual Boot - Vista (bows head in shame), Ubuntu 9.04

#2 Desktop - Ubuntu 8.04 - Used as media server (mostly music) in my entertainment center. Will likely be dual-booting to XP soon.

#3 Laptop - XP SP#3

SLEEPER_V
November 14th, 2009, 08:15 PM
I have:

1. Dell Mini 9 Ubuntu 8.04 Netbook Remix

2. Dell 1710 Windows Vista 64 bit

3. Dell XPS m140 Windows 7 RC

4. Homemade OC'd desktop running 9.10 64 bit and Win 7 64 (virtualbox)

Sidthedeviant
November 16th, 2009, 12:59 AM
1. PC with windows XP media edition
2. PC with ubuntu 9.10 package
3. Macbook

natgab
November 16th, 2009, 02:45 AM
Main computer:

PowerMac G5 - Ubuntu Studio 9.04 (ubuntu PPC + Ubuntu Studio pkg)
and OS X Leopard 10.5.8 on ext. HD

2nd computer:

iMac G3 - Xubuntu 6.06 (was Debian 5)

Laptop:

PowerBook G3 (Pismo) - OS X Tiger 10.4.11 / OS 9

Work:

PowerMac G4 - Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11

witeshark17
November 16th, 2009, 05:08 AM
Old HP Pavillion running Red Hat 7.2 (a toy)
Desktop Mac, OS X 10.4.11
Dell laptop, Ubuntu 9.10 only

tacantara
November 16th, 2009, 05:19 AM
1. My laptop: Dell XPS M1330 running Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
2. Wife's Laptop: IBM Thinkpad running Windows Vista
3. Daughter's Laptop: HP Pavillion dv6700 running Windows Vista
4. Family Desktop: HP running Windows XP

My wife has given me the okay to wipe the HDD on the desktop and install Ubuntu on it. My plan is to turn it into a server for file storage and printer sharing. The trick will be getting the Vista laptops to play nice with an Ubuntu server.

xtjacob
November 16th, 2009, 05:25 AM
1. Dell Dimention 530
Ubuntu 9.10
2. Acer Aspire Athlon x2
Ubuntu 9.10
3. HP AMD
Ubuntu 9.10
4. Old Dell Pentium 3
Broken Xubuntu

lostinxlation
November 30th, 2009, 10:28 AM
IBM thinkpad 570 - Win98 and Slackware 7.0 dual boot
IBM thinkpad s30 - Win XP and Slackware 9.0 dual boot
Fujitsu lifebook (Transmeta Crusor) - Win XP and Suse8.2 and Xubuntu9.10 Triple boot
Dell I don't remember model name - Win XP
IBM thinkpad 240 - Working on installing puppy linux

dxtac1
December 6th, 2009, 02:01 AM
6

Main PC (mine): Ubuntu 9.10
Secondary PC (wife's): Ubuntu 9.10
Work laptop #1: XP Pro - Office 2007
Work laptop #2: XP Pro - Office 2003
Kids laptop: Ubuntu 9.10
Netbook laptop (When I travel): Eeebuntu 3.0 Standard

WeaponsTheyFear
December 7th, 2009, 12:04 AM
I have two computers.

My main programming computer is an AMD 64 X4200 w/ 2 gigs ram. Used mainly for web development so its absolutely great for this. It runs Kubuntu 9.10.

My second computer is a Dell Inspiron 530S slim tower, 2 gigs ram and has a decent 512MB video card, used mainly for light gaming ( Popcap ), photoshop and other media purposes. It has Vista.

About to get a new computer from a friend, 3 ghz IBM something or other with 2 gigs ram, which I think I will build as far as I can with it and put Kubuntu on it.

Ted3929
December 7th, 2009, 12:32 AM
1. Xubuntu 9.10
2. Windows XP SP3
3. Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Guess you could say I'm an equal opportunity user!

Conzo
December 10th, 2009, 02:28 AM
#1 Duo 2.8 4 gigs ram Ubuntu 9.04 My Machine
#2 Duo 1.8 2 gigs ram Ubuntu 9.4 Sons Machine
#3 Duo 1.8 3 gigs ram Wiindows Vista Laptop (wifes Machine)
#4 Duo 1.8 1 gigs Ram laptop Ubuntu 9.04 (Daughter's machine )
#5 P3 Dual 1 gig 1gig ram Scsi freenas

Dragonbite
December 10th, 2009, 04:01 AM
#2 Duo 1.8 2 gigs ram Ubuntu 9.4 Sons Machine

9.40?!! :shock: I didn't know there were 40 months?!!

:lolflag:

Oppermongo
December 10th, 2009, 05:13 AM
Incluing all laptops/desktops at home, I suppose that comes to 6 and soon 7.
1: Old desktop Windows XP32
2: Laptop dualbooting Windows Vista32 and Ubuntu 9.10
3: Laptop using Windows Vista32
4: Laptop using Windows Vista32
5: Desktop using Windows Vista64
6: Desktop using Windows 2000Me
7: Laptop using Mac OS X
Sorry, kinda vista people here, just recently discovered Ubuntu and if it weren't for my gaming addiction, Windows had been long gone...


Sitting here cursing on vista and longing for my mac to come...

fromthehill
December 10th, 2009, 02:31 PM
1. acer aspire 8930 laptop. 2GHz c2d, 2GB, nvidia gtm9600, arch linux
2. corei7 2.93GHz, 6GB, radeon 4870x2, vista/ubuntu 8.10
3. celeron 220 1.2GHz, 2GB, ubuntu-server 8.10
4. p4 3.2GHz, 3GB, radeon 9800, windows xp
5. imac g4 1.25GHz, 1,5GB, OSX 10.4
6. 333MHz, 128MB, dos 6.22/win 3.11/win95/win98/NT4/win2000/XP
7. 1993 apple workstation server, system7
8. fujitsu-siemens 1,8GHz, 2GB, windows Vista
(9) smartq 5 mid 667MHz, 128MB, ubuntu (it runs ubuntu so it's kind of a pc)

slightlymad
December 31st, 2009, 12:05 AM
Voted 4 or 5, should have been 6 or more!

Main PC - XP Pro
Daughters PC - XP Pro
My laptop - XP Pro
Second laptop - Ubuntu 9.10
Home server - Ubuntu 9.10 server
Homemade laptop - Amiga OS3.9

gslug79
December 31st, 2009, 12:34 AM
Too many!

Desktop: AMD Phenom II, 4 GB RAM Gigabyte motherboard: Ubuntu 9.10
Laptop 1: MacBook 2,1: OSX 10.5/ Kubuntu 9.10 dual boot.
Laptop 2: EEE PC 100HE: Ubuntu 9.10 Netbook Remix
Server: Pentium Dual Core, 2 GB RAM, Gigabyte motheroard, 4x 1TB HDDs. Ubuntu 9.10 Server
Mythbox: Pentium Dual Core, 1 GB RAM, Gigabyte motherboard: Mythbuntu 9.10
Mac Mini (Power PC G4): OpenSUSE
White iBook G3: Broken!
NSLU2: Debian on 2 GB USB key. Used as MPD music player

.....and some old toys:
BBC B+ 128k
BBC Master 128k
Acorn Electron
Acorn Archimedes 310

margazhang
December 31st, 2009, 06:58 AM
Desktop 1 (HP): Ubuntu Studio 9.10

Desktop 2 (Compaq): Ubuntu 9.10 with Windows XP installed inside via VirtualBox (for my wife to use Simply Accounting for Windows)

Desktop 3 (no name): Edubuntu 9.10 (for kids to play)

Acer Notebook: Kubuntu 9.10

Gateway Notebook (new): Linux Mint 8 (looking more like Windows than Kubuntu)

Desktop 4 (HP): Ubuntu 9.10 with Windows XP installed inside via VirtualBox (for business use)

Desktop 5 (no name): Ubuntu 9.10 with Windows XP installed inside via VirtualBox (for business use at the front desk)

judge jankum
December 31st, 2009, 10:29 AM
1 Emachine xubuntu 8.04 (mine)
2 Gateway Xubuntu 8.04 (mine)
3 Generic Xubuntu 8.04 (mine)
4 Compaq Windows XP SP2 (wife)

ubername
December 31st, 2009, 10:47 AM
1. Dell Dimension 4600 - Karmic and XP - wired
2. Dell Dimension E520 - Lucid, Karmic, Vista and Win7 - wired
3. Dell Inspiron 6000 - XP - wireless
4. Dell Inspiron 15 - Vista - wireless
5. Lenovo Thinkpad x61s - XP - wireless
6. Dell Latitude PII(Deschutes), 128Mb Ram, 3.7Gb HDD, broken space bar on keyboard, broken leftclick on touch pad, but...Karmic LXDE! - wireless

plus Wii, Xbox360, iTouch, Nintendo DSi on wireless

Guess which computers are from work / used by other family members!

However - Inspiron 6000 has a broken screen at the mo, so I have knocked up an 'XP like' user and desktop on Ubuntu for my wife who uses the Inspiron. She is happy with that, all doc's migrated, email etc working (to be fair, I had put openoffice and Thunderbird on her XP latptop anyway, to save money), except I can't get MSPub98 to work.

Bolle1961
December 31st, 2009, 11:06 AM
desktop : Debian squeeze
laptop : Debian lenny / Ubuntu 9.04
EeePC900 : eeeBuntu 3.0 base ( based on Ubuntu 9.04 )
iMac G3 400 : OS X 10.4.11
and on all Linux computers Virtualbox running win xp for Garmin software, and some distro's for testing on the desktop

Andreas1
December 31st, 2009, 12:03 PM
old laptop with extensively damaged display: debian 5 and ubuntu 9.10

not so old laptop: debian 5 = primary environment, plus 3 partitions for trying out distros

rebeltaz
December 31st, 2009, 06:43 PM
I have

1. emachines E520 laptop - Ubuntu Linux
2. Toshiba Satellite laptop - Windows 98
3. Dell Dimension desktop - Ubuntu Linux
4. custom-built desktop - Windows XP converting to Ubuntu
5. custom-built server desktop - Ubuntu
6. Fujitsu tablet pc - Ubuntu
7. DataBrick mobile computer - Windows 98
8. custom-built desktop - Windows XP
9. custom-built desktop - Ubuntu
10. and 11. iPaq handhelds - Windows Mobile 5

what? too many? ;)

MooPi
December 31st, 2009, 09:07 PM
I know I've got a problem, but no one has stepped forward with an intervention yet. Let's start with the slowest:
1)Mac ibook 466MHz Ubuntu 9.04ppc
2)AsusEepc 701 Ubuntu minimal Openbox
3)Custom-AMD Athlon 3GHz 1gig ram Nvidia 9500GT Ubuntu Gnome/Compiz
4)Custom-AMD Athlon 3.1GHz 2 gig ram ATI3500 HDMI output htpc/blue-ray WindowsXP
5)Custom-AMD Phenom 9850 2 gig ram Nvidia 8600GT Ubuntu 9.10 Openbox
6)Custom-Intel Atom ITX shoe box 1 gig ram
7)Custom-AMD Phenom 9950 oc'd to 3.1GHz 4 gig ram crossfire ATI 3870 WindowXP Gamer
8)Custom-AMD Athlon II X4 620 oc'd 3.2GHz 2 gig ram Nvidia 9500gt Ubuntu 9.10 Gnome minimal install. This is my main computer.

I'll be looking to unload the shoe box and ibook and Eeepc soon. This is so I can buy the new Dell Vostro V13. It's a good thing my family doesn't read the forum.

Naeem Warrior
January 5th, 2010, 01:19 PM
a single Desktop====>
double boot
1)switch between..Windows vista adn windows 7 every once in a while....(but never use)
2)ubuntu jaunty
and a virtual Sabily in virtual box

ubudog
January 5th, 2010, 01:25 PM
Three. Ubuntu 9.10 on my laptop, Ubuntu 9.04 on a desktop, Ubuntu 9.04 on another desktop.

The Real Dave
January 5th, 2010, 01:27 PM
I know I've got a problem, but no one has stepped forward with an intervention yet. Let's start with the slowest:
1)Mac ibook 466MHz Ubuntu 9.04ppc
2)AsusEepc 701 Ubuntu minimal Openbox
3)Custom-AMD Athlon 3GHz 1gig ram Nvidia 9500GT Ubuntu Gnome/Compiz
4)Custom-AMD Athlon 3.1GHz 2 gig ram ATI3500 HDMI output htpc/blue-ray WindowsXP
5)Custom-AMD Phenom 9850 2 gig ram Nvidia 8600GT Ubuntu 9.10 Openbox
6)Custom-Intel Atom ITX shoe box 1 gig ram
7)Custom-AMD Phenom 9950 oc'd to 3.1GHz 4 gig ram crossfire ATI 3870 WindowXP Gamer
8)Custom-AMD Athlon II X4 620 oc'd 3.2GHz 2 gig ram Nvidia 9500gt Ubuntu 9.10 Gnome minimal install. This is my main computer.

I'll be looking to unload the shoe box and ibook and Eeepc soon. This is so I can buy the new Dell Vostro V13. It's a good thing my family doesn't read the forum.

A shoebox PC? Like a real shoebox? Details please :D I'd love to build something like that :)

jayze
January 5th, 2010, 01:54 PM
six....I like takin em to bits and puttin em back together again:popcorn:

tommcd
January 5th, 2010, 01:58 PM
A shoebox PC? Like a real shoebox? Details please :D I'd love to build something like that :)
I would like to hear the details of this as well.
I think Moopi is talking about a mini-ITX based system using the intel atom CPU:
http://www.mini-box.com/Intel-D945GCLF-Mini-ITX-Motherboard
There are a number of small enclosures available for such a system:
http://www.mini-itx.com/
http://www.mini-box.com/site/index.html

cascade9
January 5th, 2010, 02:00 PM
A shoebox PC? Like a real shoebox? Details please :D I'd love to build something like that :)

Easy! -

http://englishrussia.com/?p=510

Mini-ITX cases are cookie cutter solutions, real hardware nuts use whatever is hanging around :D

ikt
January 5th, 2010, 02:06 PM
Main: core2duo running Ubuntu 9.10
Main Server: amd3000+ running Ubuntu 9.10
Web Server: Pentium 3 running Ubuntu 9.04
Testing Web Server: Pentium 4 running Ubuntu 8.04
Netbook: Ubuntu 9.10

Cathhsmom
January 5th, 2010, 02:40 PM
I have 1 laptop with dual boot with Ubuntu and Vista. I have 3 desktops with Vista, and 1 desktop with XP. I have 1 desktop inactive that I plan to place Ubuntu and give away on Freecycle.

Dragonbite
January 5th, 2010, 03:07 PM
I'm down to
My laptop running Ubuntu 9.10, Fedora 12 or Windows XP (depends on which hard drive I have in there at the time)
Family desktop running Ubuntu 9.04
Unused box with Windows XP, slated to try and upgrade to Windows 7 (yes, it can be upgraded from XP to Win7, no Microsoft doesn't not want you to know it ;) )
The server is running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
The Thinkpad is running Ubuntu 9.10 but is so unstable (if you move it or shift it, it locks up plus booting up is a roulette game whether it will or not). If I can get that running nice and stable, that would probably become my main system
The firewall and content filter is running IPCop Linux
The work laptop (when I bring it in from the car) is running Windows XP, but that's not mine so I shouldn't include it I guess

DLM955
January 6th, 2010, 04:34 PM
2 laptops
HP Pavilion 1.6 ghz cpu-1gig mem Kubuntu 9.10 64bit
HP Pavilion 1.8 ghz cpu-1gi mem Vista
2 desktops
HP Pavilion media center 2 hard drives dual boot Vista / Kubuntu 9.10 64 bit
self assembled Asus M2N-SLI moterboard-3.2 ghz Amd cpu 8gigs ram Geforce 9600 GTX vid card 3 hard drives triple booting Vista/Kubuntu 9.10 64bit/Ubuntu 9.10 64bit

SVC XPRT
January 6th, 2010, 10:47 PM
IBM PIII 800 MHZ with Dapper Drake/WIN2000 512mb ram
Toshiba Laptop 1..2 GHZ Mobile Pentium Dapper Drake/XP 512mb ram
Toshiba Laptop M45 1..8 GHZ Centrino Hardy Heron 512mb ram
E Machines Dual Core AMD 2.4 GHZ Hardy Heron/Vista 2gb ram
HP Dual Core AMD 2.2 GHZ Hardy Heron/Vista 1gb ram
Dell E6500 Dual Core 2.4 GHZ Hardy Heron/XP Pro 4gb ram

If you throw Compiz at the older machines they balk at it, but otherwise I love the Linux OS.

Twitch6000
January 6th, 2010, 11:17 PM
I have

1. emachines E520 laptop - Ubuntu Linux
2. Toshiba Satellite laptop - Windows 98
3. Dell Dimension desktop - Ubuntu Linux
4. custom-built desktop - Windows XP converting to Ubuntu
5. custom-built server desktop - Ubuntu
6. Fujitsu tablet pc - Ubuntu
7. DataBrick mobile computer - Windows 98
8. custom-built desktop - Windows XP
9. custom-built desktop - Ubuntu
10. and 11. iPaq handhelds - Windows Mobile 5

what? too many? ;)
For your windows 98 machines,these videos might interest you -
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4120627DB442AE8C&search_query=windows+98+a+decade+later]

dralokyn
January 7th, 2010, 02:39 AM
I have a Dell Vostro Laptop with Koala, which I recently upgraded from Heron. I have an Airbook with 10.5. I have an HP Pavilion Desktop with Vista. The Dell is my main computer; I built the Airbook with parts from several broken ones and the HP was a gift.

basotl
January 7th, 2010, 06:01 AM
Desktop: Ubuntu 9.10 64 bit
Netbbook: Ubuntu 9.10 32 bit
Wife's Netbook: Ubuntu 9.10 32 bit
Server: Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
Media Center: Ubuntu 9.10 32 bit