On Mon, 2005-05-23 at 17:39 -0500, Greg Donald wrote:
> On 5/23/05, Tony Arnold <tony.arnold@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Comments anyone?
> I use several different operating systems at home. My
> firewall/nat/router is a P133 FreeBSD box with 64MBs of ram. I have
> two Gentoo boxes that are basically samba file servers and other
> various network services, DNS, squid, qmail, etc. And then I got two
> other boxes that are dual-boot Gentoo/Windows. I think I still have
> Ubuntu installed in a VMWare somewhere on my main Windows box.
> On my Linux boxes I use KDE. Gnome seems kinda primitive to me
> personally. I used to use Blackbox but then I realized I was still
> using mostly KDE apps inside it so I went back. Windowmaker is cool
> too, all the little doc apps and all.
> I don't prefer a Linux desktop yet, but not cause it's not 'ready'
> yet. It's cause my kid and I are big-time gamers and WoW doesn't run
> too well on Linux. I had it installed in Wine once but then an update
> came around and broke it. Doesn't seem worth the effort to mess with
> it much at this point.
I run Ubuntu Hoary and WoW together and it works perfectly. I am using
Cedega. It's great!
> At my current job I use Windows cause we have a domain and the company
> does a lot of .NET programming, but being a PHP/Perl guy I mostly work
> in vim over ssh on remote client servers. Doesn't matter much to me,
> I can work in whatever you got. Funny thing, my last gig I came in
> the first day and they asked me if I wanted Woody or Sarge installed
> on my workstation. They had a Debian only policy as it turned out.
> No FTP'ng anywhere, SSH only. I had to SSH to a company web server so
> I could SSH to my house to fire up lynx to read Slashdot. Fun.
> I like pie too.
> Greg Donald
> Zend Certified Engineer
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