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Re: Linux for laptop PC

> Hi Peter, 
> Probably the best reference material for getting Linux running on
> laptops is at :
> http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/kharker/linux-laptop/
> I've personally had experience loading Linux on a Toshiba Portege' 3015
> and Dell Lattitude laptop, and both worked well...
> There are also a number of vendors now selling Linux pre-installed on
> laptops.  I'm not aware of which of those vendors are specifically
> loading their laptops with Debian, but I'm sure someone else will chime
> in here.
> Nate
My employer, Tuxtops, preloads our systems with RedHat at present;  Debian
is being worked on (primarily by me) and will be released on all of our 
models as soon as I've got a balanced kit booting properly and tuned up.
A handful of people are on the waiting list to get one as soon as we're 

IOW, it's in the oven baking, soon there will be many potatoes ;D  But you're
welcome to buy one of our systems and fill'er up with Debian yourself;  you
can even buy a drive half empty and make it half RH, half Debian.

-* Heather Stern * star@ among other things, tuxtops.com *-

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