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by greygandalf on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 11:02 UTC
greygandalf
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2008-04-07

As a developer, I obviously run GNUstep+WindowMaker on a variety of machines. Typically FreeBSD on my workstation. Or on Gentoo or Debian (on my Netbook a Toshiba NB100, shown here in the screenshot connected to a 22" monitor).

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_4TJfaVrgjAU/TOD8FUxH7VI/AAAAAAAAAL4/QcaeV...

Rarer platforms are available to, Solaris on SPARC or GNU/HURD on x86. Of course with GNUstep.

Typically I have of course many more applications open, like Terminal.app, Gorm.app or ProjectCenter, as can be seen here (same setup as above):

http://www.gnustep.org/experience/images/projectcenter-060.png

I also develop and test and have general web usage on my faithful PowerBook g4 15" running 10.4 and even the ol' iBook g3 with 10.3. I'm not very fond of newer Mac versions and about the intel switch... My goal is to perfect GNUstep more and more to be able to use it.

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