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Old 27th March 2004, 01:30 AM
Jman Offline
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Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Minnesota, USA
Age: 31
Posts: 7,909
I have a Gateway 2000 tower manufactured 9/3/93. It has a 83 MHz processor, a 400 MB and a 2.5 GB harddrive, a couple CD-ROM drives, a loud 250 MB tape drive, a 10 Mbs ISA network card, and the original keyboard. Just about every component has been upgraded. This system cost my family thousands of dollars (US) in its day.

It still runs. It ran Windows 95 for a long while and then 98 barely. Then I tried Redhat. It has run a webserver for more than a year now on 7.3. It has the longest uptime of any of our computers. 86 days is my personal record to beat.

I should get around to upgrading to Fedora one of these days.