[Ma-linux] Running Linux on Laptops
jbholland at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 16:18:35 EST 2009
I've said before, I have had great luck with a Dell bought from their
selection of Linux-equipped laptops. It's a little hidden on their site,
they call it open-source PCs I think.
Absolutely no worries about graphics/wifi drivers etc. Currently running
Fedora 12 on it.
(They ship them with ubuntu)
And it sends a pro linux vote to the Dell with your $..........
On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 1:21 PM, Kevin Kitts <kevin.kitts at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was thinking about trying to play the back friday game and picking
> up a Laptop to use for running Linux. Would any of the following
> laptops be likely to run Linux? I'll likely use Oracle's "Unbreakable
> Linux" - which is really just a clone of RedHat's Enterprise Linux.
> Acer 17.3" Blue Laptop w/4GB Memory, 320GB Hard Drive and Windows 7
> Premium (Online Only) - $498.00
> eMachines 15.6" Notebook w/AMD Processor, 2GB Memory, 160GB Hard
> Drive (Model # EME627) - $198.00 *
> HP 15.6" Notebook w/Intel Processor, 3GB Memory, 250GB Hard Drive
> (Model # G60-519WM) - $298.00 *
> HP 17" Notebook w/4GB Memory, 320GB Hard Drive (Model # G71-329WM) -
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