Smoothwall on the firewall
RH7.3 on the dataserver ( I know, but IBM wouldn`t support anything else for UniVerse when we installed it, and now it will cost us an arm, a leg and several other bodyparts to reinstall the database on a new version, and it works).
Win2K on our 2 remaining windows servers, Suse 9.3 on the other 2, SuSE ES on trial on our testbed unit.
Suse 9.2 on our customer service workstations, 9.3 on the engineer's data kiosk, windoze 2k or XP on most others, apart from the Macs, OSX/9.
Suse 9.3 and Windoze dual booting on our IBM field service laptops, RIP and a several live distros on CDroms that I carry with me.
Suse 9.3 dualboot with windoze on our showroom PC ( for demonstrating printers)
At home, Suse 9.3 on my desktop and (after a lot of persuasion, she wanted to stay with Mandrake) my wife`s.
Embeddix on my wife`s Zaurus, Windows mobile2003 (yeuk ) on my company supplied PDA/smartphone.
Amiga OS3.5 (still can`t get 3.9 to install) on my Amiga.
Windows 98 on my 7 year old grandson`s PC (He likes Buzz lightyear-give me time).
All in all, I was surprised how few OSes survive!
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