> Intel® Pentium® Dual Core T3200 2.0GHz | Running Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
> Currently learning the ins and outs of Ubuntu Server
> The difference between Windows and a virus? Viruses rarely fail...
Hey, don't diss ReactOS. It's a completely worthwhile project. When it reaches a stable release, I will be very excited to try replacing my one remaining Windows partition with that.
And of course not everything that comes with it works; it is a Windows implementation, remember
OpenSolaris is definitely worth a try.
well any new suggestions?
MS skill level -- I press buttons and stuff happens
Linux skill level -- I copy and paste into the terminal and stuff happens!
Mac skill level -- Wear a black turtleneck and stuff happens
wow...does minix run X because its butt-ugly
Blurrgh, Minix does look ugly! Looks like Windows 1x!
I got my avatar from the Tux Factory.
Learning French and Japanese simultaneously! オースティンジョーンズ日本語学習を楽しんで！
Aside from OpenSolaris, I would recommend both Haiku and Syllable. Haiku is an attempt to recreate and improve on BeOS. Syllable is an updated fork of AtheOS. Syllable Desktop is the real deal, while Syllable Server is a Linux distro aiming for the same goals. Please note that neither are finished products, and they are best tested in a virtual machine.
I know you said to put BSD aside, but if you haven't tried NetBSD and DragonFlyBSD, I strongly recommend them both.
Last edited by cardinals_fan; January 10th, 2009 at 07:32 PM.
2. Again, not finished. It's Alpha. Well, I don't even consider it Alpha. An OS is a very hard thing to reverse-engineer.
3. Works on some systems, not on others. If it doesn't work, report a bug.
4. It's not. It's BSD based.