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Which Linux distro is this?
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>>63371179
Solus
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Sol-ya-ris
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>>63371179
I KNOW THIS
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fsn_(file_manager)
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>>63371179
It's a Unix system!
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That's TempleOS.
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>>63371179
anus
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>>63371218
Knowing this makes me feel like a more complete man, unironically thank you very much anon.
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>>63371179
IRIX + fsn
(Can be replicated through Fedora + MaXX Interactive Desktop + fsv)
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>>63371309
technically it's "an OS"
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>>63371179
>It's a UNIX system
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>>63371179

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_System_Visualizer

If you wanna see other user interfaces from movies check out this website.

http://coleran.com/gallery-category/fui/
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>>63371179
Unironically SGI IRIX
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>>63371218
is there a .deb?
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>>63371179
>Linux in the '90s
>appearing anywhere outside of a neckbeard's basement
it's IRIX my man
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still outperformed by any celeron 667 mhz box
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>>63372139
the n64?
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>>63372378

no you have to build it..

i think they did it so you would learn shit... i couldnt get it running on mint
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>>63373191
>wintel officemen actually believe this
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>>63373568
are you using this source? https://github.com/mcuelenaere/fsv
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>>63371179
Get motif window manager and install filesystem visualizer.
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what desktop environment lets me browse /usr in full 90s 3D graphics?
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>>63373604
he's not wrong though, SGI hardware was artfully over-engineered and peerless in the early '90s but it aged terribly and the post-1995 shit was just trash
>endless rehashing of the slow-ass R10K
>endless IMPACT rehashing
>retarded engineers pushing out $35,000 systems that couldn't do textured 3D in real time at more than 5 FPS without an additional $10,000 memory module
>2000s R14K/R16K shit still sporting off-chip L2 cache and getting curbstomped by $2,000 gamerboxes with GeForce 2s
any shitty late '90s PeeCee with on-die cache and 6-16MB of texture memory would have blown the IRIS Crimson that monitor was hooked up to right into the weeds, the only reason to buy an SGI system was IRIX and its software base, maybe some of the architectural quirks of the later systems that had pretty insane memory bandwidth
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>>63374599
I'm definitely going to do this when I buy my Thinkpad. Thanks anon.
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>>63372077
Holy shit, that desktop looks so cool
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>>63373171
It was liked by early startups like google and already used in a fridge or something. Linux was pushed hard before the dotcom bubble too.
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>>63377402
It was still an amateurish piece of shit at that point and GCC was awful. Nobody was using it for serious work if they could afford not to, mostly just "hackers" and basement dwellers sticking it to the M$ IE botnet or whatever the fuck the hottest e-SJW meme was back then.
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>>63374980
Don't forget hardware problems like combusting power supplies, faulty CPUs (mainly the R8K), and shitty plastics that break leaving a metal frame and no nice case.
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>>63377888
yeah it's amazing how shittily built they are, even the working ones are still beat to hell and back with missing bezels, skins and whatever else, it took me years to find a nice enough system that lasted more than a few days before some incomprehensibly non-serviceable part failed

it astounds me that so many retarded 20-somethings on /g/ look at these systems as an example to follow that should come back, they're really nice when they work, cool to study and use and I love surrounding myself with them but there was a reason they died
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>>63373171

>linux in the 90's

Unix in the 90's... fixed that for you
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>>63378107
neckbeards wanting to graduate from mommy's old 486 probably couldn't handle the $15,000+ systems and $1,000+ per seat software licensing
though there were some neckbeards running on old hand-me-down gear they picked up from work/college and that group probably had a significant overlap with early shitnux users... maybe, lots of SysV fanboys hate shitnux with a passion
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>>63373568
>>63373616
There's an ebuild on layman for gentoo but I'd rather not try it as it pulls in a number of gnomelibs with it as a dependency.




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