On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 03:45, Damien Solley wrote: > On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 18:12, Jon wrote: > > I'm looking to buy a laptop that can easily be set up to run debian > > linux. I do not need a high end graphics card, nor is there a real > > need for a big screen. Being light weight is not a primary factor, > > whereas rugged reliability would be. Can anyone suggest particular > > brands and models that fit this description? Top priority is that > > debian linux can be easily installed on the machine, while the other > > requirements are less important. > > Many thanks. > > I wonder how well IBM is supporting linux on their new Thinkpad models? > With their strong show of support in many areas, perhaps they would be a > possibility? Have a read through other peoples' experiences with IBM > laptops at: > http://www.tuxmobil.org/ibm.html > and > http://www.linux-laptop.net/ibm.html > > Also, linuxcertified.com has a range of new or refurbished laptops > certified to work with linux: > http://www.linuxcertified.com/linux_laptops.html > -- I'm running testing on a Thinkpad - A31. Rock solid. And the high resolution screen can't be beat. I've moved from my workstation with a 19" monitor to this laptop for 90% of my work.
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