I just switched to Linux (as in JUST BARELY), and was kind of wondering how many other people are using Linux as their OS?
According to PT's system tracker, less than 2% of the site's visitors.
I had the mini linux version (have forgotten what it's called) on my old, crappy computer. It was the only OS it could run. But it worked. One of our comps have linux, but I don't use that much. But I do use the firefox browser, thunderbird e-mail and open office, and have tried xchat and amsn. It's good to have a choise.
Still, my 21 year old Commodore 128 is now working as strong as ever, excepts for its two double-sided floppy drives which don't, but its CMD HD200, FD4000, and RAMLink drives do, as does the single sided floppy drive.
I suppose I ought to upgrade the PC to a more modern OS, but it is now six years old and running at only 700Hz, it is probably too slow and has too little RAM to run them efficiently.