But I can fix that. I have a Fedora install disk.
Started on an Apple IIe in the mid 80's. Moved on to a dos 5 / Windows 3.0 set-up in 92. Ran the windows flavor of the month through 96. Fell in love with an SGI Indy at school. Realized I had no money to buy SGI hardware with. Switched to Redhat 5 then on to 6-9. When RH moved that off to Fedora did 2-17 there (with very few skipped). Was not sold on 18 but now it's looking like 19 is ok and I will be back on track.
More interesting, these are the install disks I have sitting on my bookshelf where I hold on to them for no good reason: All of the previously mentioned OSes. This is including some multiple point revisions including for example, retail boxed sets of Redhat 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3. More interesting, I have boxed official install media for some zingers like BeOS, QNX (including a version of the full OS with Web Browser and OpenGL demos on a single floppy), Xandros Linux, Lycoris Linux, I also have a new, still sealed in box copy of Vista Beta 2 for some unknown reason.
Oddly enough, even though I started out on apple products, the Mac (even the 1984 version) never appealed to me. I still can't manage to navigate the awful mess they've encumbered a perfectly serviceable core of BSD with.