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View Poll Results: What do you use as your day-to-day desktop OS?
Windows 2000/XP 15 10.71%
Windows Vista 6 4.29%
MacOS X 11 7.86%
FreeBSD 49 35.00%
OpenBSD 21 15.00%
NetBSD 6 4.29%
Other BSD system 0 0%
Solaris 2 1.43%
Linux 29 20.71%
Windows 7 1 0.71%
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Old 28th August 2011
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Corny? Why yes, yes they are.
Linux/Network-Security Engineer by Profession. OpenBSD user by choice.
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I run Slackware 13.37 and Slackware-current on 5 PCs. I also run VMs of FreeBSD 9.0 RC1 and OpenBSD 5.0.
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