Re: debian for a train hopper
thank you everyone for the advice. i'll have to do
more research into the various models mentioned.
sounds like if i'm buying a used system, a thinkpad
may be the way to go.
as far as new stuff, what do people think about the
crusoe based systems? very low power consumption is
something pretty important to me--say if i were living
in a squat with no electricity, running the laptop via
solar or human power (yes, i've all sorts of strange
plans for this laptop).
also, what do people think about some of the palmtops?
stuff like the compaq ipaq? i've heard that people
have run debian okay on an ipaq with a microdrive. do
you think these systems are suitable for serious
programming and writing?
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