What flavor and version of Linux or FreeBSD do you use?


#1

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#2

Great idea!

Fedora Linux 20 64bit


#3

Xubuntu 13.10 x64

Will probably update to 14.04 once it’s out though.


#4

I’m currently running Archlinux on most machines.


#5

I’m runing Ubuntu 13.10 x64


#6

I’m currently running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS


#7

Which version are you most concerned with Atom running on?


#8

I’m running Debian testing


#9

I’m using LinuxMint 16, but it’s a derivative of Ubuntu 13.10, so we can say it’s mainly the same (up to some degree).


#10

I’m running Elementary OS Luna, Ubuntu based distro.


#11

I’m currently running Ubuntu 13.10


#12

Ubuntu 13.10, will upgrade to 14.04 when released


#13

I’m running Fedora 19 x64


#14

Zorin OS 8 afaik its based on Ubuntu 13.10 or 12 LTS


#15

running xmonad on Ubuntu 13.10


#16

Fedora 20 and Ubuntu 13.10

And I would like to see Atom on those systems, at least a way to “make install” it, so it can be done on any unix based OS

=)


#17

Arch Linux on Intel x86_64. Rolling release, autoupdating, hence my kernel and software version are always the latest provided on official repos.


#18

Arch x86_64 with a few different setups

  • GNOME3 on AMD/ATI
  • GNOME3 on Intel/Intel /w touchscreen
  • GNOME3/KDE in Virtualbox on my work machine (osx)

Also on RaspberryPi (ARMv6)


#19

ArchLinux x86_64 using AwesomeWM.


#20

FreeBSD 9/10 would be groovy. ARM builds would also be great since that’s be becoming more common these days.