Actually I'm looking for others running it, to see what applications they are running, their problems, etc..<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by stir-fry:
no one was looking at his picture thread anymore, so he started this thread to get attention
unless you go for one of the ultra tiny versions, they pretty much all have an Xfree(X window server) installed. They also now have a neat graphical interface for kernel tweaking which helps *alot*<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by pr0nstar:
I'm thinking of installing Madrake 8.1 soon.
I want to be able to run XWindows and other various applications. I've run linux plenty of times, just wondering where tis at these days. I first ran it with Slackware 3.0 and where you had to Compile the kernel for support of my AHA-2940.
when im not in school,<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by aether:
yeah, i run linux. it's the only OS i've had on my machine for the last 5 years. (well, except now i have windows too thanks to the aforementioned vmware). What do I use it for?
coding, quake playing, publishing, drawing, 3d rendering, email/internet/pr0n, mp3 playing. where is it lacking? there's no decent sound processing / compositional software. i actually paid for my vmware. it's good to support the people who actually develop for linux.</font>