On 25/08/11 14:58, Kae Verens wrote:
> for me, it was about '97/'98. using RedHat 5 on the desktop, and
> Slackware on a server.
>> oh, the fun I had trying to get X to work... I'm surprised I stuck with it!
>> Caldera was my first experience of a non-sucky installation, and
> SuSE's package management was awesome.
>> I'm /still/ using RedHat. Fedora 15 at the moment.
>> On 25 August 2011 13:54, Pawel Slabiak<p.slabiak at linux-services.org> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>>>> I guess 20th anniversary is the best opportunity to recall, when and how was
>> your first Linux.
>> In November 95' I got 5 disks with Linux which was started from ms-dos .
>> There was a linux.bat and as a file system I used umsdos.I had even X-server
>> with 16 colours, wow and minicom to chat with others .
>> Shortly before Christmas 95/96 I compiled for the very first time my own
>> kernel... it took over 4 hours !! .It was pretty complicated
>> actually...there was only make config and no possibility to return...but
>> still better than win 95' though.
>>>> And how was it with you guys ?
>>>> Best regards from Hamburg
>> Pawel Slabiak Linux Services
>>http://www.linux-services.org>> mailto: p.slabiak at linux-services.org>>>> Linux Services - Dienste rund um Linux...
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>> About this list : http://mail.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/ilug>> Who we are : http://www.linux.ie/>> Where we are : http://www.linux.ie/map/>>>yeah, Caldera was quite nice, particularly cause there was a possibility
to connect Netware 3.x and 4.x (NDS). I used SUSE till 2k and then
kicked it and since then only Debian/Ubuntu combination actually..
Pawel Slabiak Linux Services
mailto: p.slabiak at linux-services.org
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