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Slackware on my high powered and much loved desktop machine. Debian squeeze on my boring work Laptop, Debian squeeze (Only thing I could find a SPARC port of) on my rebuilt Sun Sparc server I found in a bin.
I've toyed with Vector (interesting...but too far removed from Slack for me) and Salix (VERY nice if I must say) but always come to the realization that at least for me, you really can't beat the original.
Slackware only. I do dabble a bit with others to keep up on the tech. However, I only *use* Slackware. Except of course for this stupid Windows laptop my employer forces me to use. Can you believe our VPN web portal *requires* MSIE 6. Egad, man!
Hey, what the...stop...Get down! OFF! Bad Windows...BAD!
Thank you all for voting, next time i make a poll like this one i will try not to forget any options and write instructions on how to vote.
Even i didnt vote the way i wanted for other people to do so in this poll.
My motivation for creating it was that i switched from using system rescue cd as a live recovery medium into riplinux, since a Slackware system is much more familiar to me than a Gentoo one.
I was wondering, since Slackware doesnt have an official live CD, if other people choose any of the derivatives for that purpose as well.