This looks more like a system count thread than a Linux thread boys
I run Linux on something every so often just to see where it's at these days, I'm about overdue to slam it on something for a play. Last time I did I tried a few flavours of Ubuntu and Debian PPC on my iBook G3 SE. Debian played nicest and was quite pleasant to work with, but the low horsepower of the G3 meant half the already paltry number of apps available for Linux PPC didn't work either
The systems around home are very Microsoft-centric, but one member of the family is well discontinued and the debate now is whether to upgrade it to the closest Windows equivalent or go Linux...
My desktop is an HP Pavilion 8120 with extensive chassis mods packing a Core i7 @ 3.4, 8GB RAM and dual GTX560s. It runs Windows 8.1 Pro 64.
My HTPC is a Commodore PC10-III with extensive chassis mods packing a Core i5 @ 2.6, 4GB RAM and a GTX465. It also runs Windows 8.1 Pro 64.
My notebook is a Sony Vaio Duo 11, Core i5 @ 1.7, 4GB RAM. It runs Windows 8.1 64.
The home server however... is a Compaq Presario S5020AN... AthlonXP @ 2.4, 2GB RAM. Currently it's running Windows Home Server v1.
But Windows Home Server was discontinued after WHS2011 was released. The only options now are something Linuxy, or give it some beefier hardware and Server 2012 Essentials. Decisions decisions...
Just the local Commodore hobo and middle-aged PC hoarder.
eisa on Trademe. A lasting reminder of a Compaq fetish when I was younger.