Posted 10 October 2012 - 02:37 AM
not all on one machine
windows 7, ubuntu 12.04- hp pavillion dv7 my main laptop
ubuntu 12.04, mint 13- dell inspiron e 1405, loaded with linux to give it new life and save it from its confinement in a closet used for programming and basic home use
windows vista, ubuntu 12.04, fedora 17, mint 12, mint 13, geexbox, and whatever other linux distros I test out- custom mild OC'd desktop mostly gaming and linux test platform (this is the machine that gets to eat up all my old hard drives that I wouldn't even bother RAIDing, IDE's, low capacity SATA1's and the like so its great for doing a permanent install of a bunch of different distros to play with)
1 XP license- dell optiplex GTX not sure on the model but old buisness computer right now just being used as a printer server
3x XP licenses- unused one may go to the media PC that's under construction
I confused you with my wording I think. I would never put that many god awful OS's on a single machine lol. What I meant was may you reuse one license as many times you like on a single machine. For example If I got myself a nasty virus every other week on my windows 7 hp laptop, without making hardware changes, would I be able to freely reload my single windows 7 license on it as many times as I like without there being a usage cap. I believe the rumor I heard was 3 installs per license.