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Its mandrake 8.1 installing music match jukebox just to have a look at it. The mouseopedia up in the top left of screen.
And the details for the current connection.
The command line is a bit of a worry for me having spent so many years having my hand held by windows.
P1 200, ancient Mach64, $25 monitor I got used (with a free baby ATX case I gutted for parts)... I've got an Athlon in the other room, but this seemed much more my style, or lack thereof. Gnome, Slack 7.1. At least check out the massive uptime on angband.org.
Athy 1.2, POS ATI Rage 128, leftover 17" from 4 years ago (why are monitors more expensive than computers?). DRI, AGP enhanced, all the cute res jacked into the cieling after a weekend of learning how. Again, Slack 8, Gnome. Check out the seg-faulting iwconfig of the deranged wireless NAT-top. Also, 5.5M transfer rate isn't possible with that card... I'd fiddle with it, but it works.
Nah, that's just a crate called www.angband.org, a dual Pii 233 Debian Potato box, that I've got an account on. My server hardly makes it 15 days or so before one of the residents of the house where it lives crashes X playing Nesticle or something, and then doesn't know enough to ssh in and kill X, so they just reboot it.
This is SuSe 7.3 running KDE 2.2.x: applications running are licq, opera, gimp, xchat. Notice the link on the desktop to Counterstrike/half life.
Same setup again, only this time im running Windows98 on my linux desktop like the b***** it is. thanks to Win4lin
i have seen that kde thme before, and always liked it, but hav not ever found out what its called. and if u kno where to get it, that would be great!. also, i am curious how u got cs running, i have heard u can use winex to do it easily, but also the people do it in wine.