On my BP6 - Mandrake 10.1 "cooker" kernel 184.108.40.206rc1 (Dual boots with NT4 - not booted into NT for over a month now)
On my k7s5a - Mandrake 10 CE with official updates kernel 2.6.3 (Dual boots with win98)
On my P4 laptop - Gentoo 2004.0 LiveCD kernel 2.6.2 (*I think*) (also has xp on the hdd) - I'm hoping to make my own live cd at some point and have my 6 GB Archos usb hdd as storage, also adding support for in a 128 Mb usb drive too.
On the family iMac - That's still running OSX 10.2.8.... for now
I hope to be building an AMD 64 system in the next few weeks - bet you can't guess what that will be running...
I'm using Fedora Core 1. It's been working great, but took some time to get up and running in the beginning (mostly stuff that wasn't working needed to be updated). I'm trying to snag some Core 2 discs from somebody because I'm still stuck on dial-up and can't download the ISOs myself.
It was very exciting installing it, since I've never done the whole dl ISO/burn/install things, I've always gone off magazine cd's before. I've only got a 4gb partition for linux though so I didn't want to go with anything more substantial until I get a new HD.
Slack on my Dual 733 Xeon server,I have played with Fedora core 1 and 2 but i dont like the Fedora line its just not what it was suposed to be,played with Mandrake and i liked it,Going to try Knoppix on my play rig i hear good thinngs so we shall see.
see sigs. Since i test all kinds of things i have several distros running on different machines... its nice and all of them work well... the only distro i really dont like is Mandrake for soem reason....
RH9 on an old laptop and Yellow Dog an old rev. A bondi blue iMac, sort of. It's installed, but barely runs because it only has 32MB of RAM. I'll be upgrading that, so it can at least be a cheap internet pc.