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Old 03-02-2011, 05:36 PM
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Obscure Operating Systems...

Anyone here using MenuetOS, Syllable 0.6.5, ReactOS 0.3.12, GhostBSD, eComStation 2.0, PC-BSD 8.1, AnonymOS, (Amnesiac) Incognito, Ultimate Edition 2.2, or Xandros 4? I'm planning on trying these, and would like to hear of users' experiences (good or bad). Thanks.
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Old 03-19-2011, 03:54 PM
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Are they actually Os's? I've never heard of em lol.

You got any links or websites so I can have a sneeky look?
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Old 03-22-2011, 05:52 PM
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No problem...

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Are they actually Os's? I've never heard of em lol.

You got any links or websites so I can have a sneeky look?

http://distrowatch.com ~ It has all the links you will likely want on: (Amnesiac) Incognito
Ultimate Edition
Xandros
PC-BSD
GhostBSD
...just use the search thingie!
Then there's: www.ecomstation.com
www.menuet.net
www.syllable.org
www.reactos.org
Since posting this I decided to drop eComStation, Meneut, SyllableOS, ReactOS, and Haiku from research, and focus on Linux & BSD operating systems.
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Old 06-24-2011, 05:26 AM
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more linux distros than you can shake a stick at decided after 38 different ones to stick to Fedora core and its my favourite,who needs anything more?.
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dual booting xp and fedora 14 now-fedora 15 has been released
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