Distributions

A list of unix versions - mostly linux - Ive tested and used over time .....

Devuan is an interesting DEBIAN fork but without SystemD - fresh released...

date distribution
12/2016 CentOS 7.3 - notes
07/2016 Slackware 14.2 - notes
11/2015 CentOS 7.2 - notes
02/2015 Solaris 11.2
10/2014 CentOS 7 - notes
10/2012 Slackware 14 - notes
05/2012 CentOS 6.2 - Open Source Build of RedHat - Mirror switch.ch - notes
01/2012 RedHat Enterprise Linux 6.2 - notes
04/2011 Slackware 13.37 - notes
11/2010 RedHat Enterprise Linux 6.0 - notes
05/2010 Slackware 13.1 - notes
08/2009 Slackware 13 - notes
04/2009 HP-UX 11i v1 and 11i v2
03/2009 RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.3 - notes
02/2009 Parted Magic 3.7 - Small Slackware based rescue live system
Debian 5.0 Lenny - notes
01/2009 SME Linux 7.4 - Small Business Linux AllInOne
12/2008 Slackware 12.2 - notes
09/2008 Linux from scratch DEV-2008-07-11 - notes
05/2008 Slackware 12.1 - notes - review
04/2008 Ubuntu 8.04
03/2008 DreamLinux 3.0RC1 - can not find my ATI 1250 Mobile :-(
02/2008 YellowDog 6.0
07/2007 YellowDog 5.0.1/ 5.0.2 (5.0 is a PS3 cell cpu edition only)
Slackware 12.0 - notes
01/2007 Sflack 11.0 - 64Bit Slackware port - notes
10/2006 Slackware 11.0 - notes
03/2006 YellowDog 4.1 (not tested yet)
09/2005 Slackware 10.2
08/2005 OpenSUSE just for the records
02/2005 Slackware 10.1
12/2004 Solaris 10 on x86 - Learning Solaris
11/2004 YellowDog 4.0
06/2004 Slackware 10
04/2004 Linux from scratch CVS-2004-03-21 - notes
02/2004 RedHat Enterprise Linux Server 3.0
10/2003 Slackware 9.1 - notes
03/2003 YellowDog 3.0 - notes
RedHat 9.0 - From now on RedHat splitted the distribution into
Fedora Core and RedHat Enterprise Linux
10/2002 RedHat 8 - notes
06/2002 YellowDog 2.3
10/2001 RedHat 7.2
06/2001 YellowDog 2.0
10/1999 RedHat 6.1
06/1999 S.u.S.E. Linux 6.2
09/1998 Solaris 2.6 on Sparc
11/1997 S.u.S.E. Linux 5.1.
It was bought 2004 from Novell.
09/1996 Solaris 2.5 on Sparc 10 Station
11/1994 Deutsche Linux Distribution DLD 1.3e from DELIX which
was bought 1999 by RedHat
10/1994 All started with a second hand mainframe running AT&T Unix from 1986
on a machine with 2MByte RAM, a harddisk and a old streamer.