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-Started with RedHat on an old SPARCstation (SLC to be precise) and have mostly stayed with the RedHat related distros since. These days (continuing in that vein) I tend to use CentOS, but on x86 hardware. Have been known to dabble with Debian and NetBSD too.+First started using computers back in '81, or '82. Apple II Europlus, Apple DOS, assembly and BASIC!
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 +Over the years have used many different systems including early DEC PDP, Gould and Honeywell DPS-6 systems.
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 +Started using Linux (circa 1996) with RedHat on an old SPARCstation (SLC to be precise) and have mostly stayed with the RedHat related distros since. These days (continuing in that vein) I tend to use CentOS, but on x86 hardware. Have been known to dabble with Debian and NetBSD too.
Still have a decent SPARC collection at home, but rarely have time to tinker. Still have a decent SPARC collection at home, but rarely have time to tinker.

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General

First started using computers back in '81, or '82. Apple II Europlus, Apple DOS, assembly and BASIC!

Over the years have used many different systems including early DEC PDP, Gould and Honeywell DPS-6 systems.

Started using Linux (circa 1996) with RedHat on an old SPARCstation (SLC to be precise) and have mostly stayed with the RedHat related distros since. These days (continuing in that vein) I tend to use CentOS, but on x86 hardware. Have been known to dabble with Debian and NetBSD too.

Still have a decent SPARC collection at home, but rarely have time to tinker.

Even tho' I use Linux for various tasks, my main desktop at home has always been a Mac (at least they are UNIX based now).

TLUG

  • TLUG member since March, 1997
  • TLUG treasurer & domain name administrator. (also wore the TLUG sys admin cap for a few years).
  • Blast from the past:

One of the early TLUG meetings: 1997-10 (That's me in the yellow t-shirt, in case you couldn't figure it out)

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