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Karl-Heinz is a member of The Answer Gang.
I'm a physicist working on magnetic resonance at the university hospital in
Jena, Germany. I started out with Linux as it made the leap to 2.0.0 and
have been running my home PC under Linux since then. The Laptop and an
AMD64 box also run under Linux. With computers, I started out in school
when they got Commodore PET 4040 boxes and later the very first PCs. Around
that time I picked up a Ti99/4a and did some assembler progamming (nice
16bit command set and relocateable registers) on that one since it was so
damn slow in BASIC. At the university I finally got my fingers on a SUN ELC
worksation and have tried to stay with Unix systems afterwards.