Re: debian(izeable) laptop
Particulary if you want to support having linux available without mswindows
since they've recently started making it available. Sure, it's Ubuntu, not
Debian but it's definitely a step in the right direction. And no microsoft tax.
And if you do put pure Debian on it, you have a fully working something to
compare with, identify proprietary drivers required, etc.
Personally, I've been running Ubuntu on my Inspiron 8600 and it set up
all the hardware just fine. I run pure Debian in a chroot when I need it.
On 9/13/07, Andrea Ferraresi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dell laptops are also a good choice to run linux and are less
> expensive than Thinkpads i have a fully working Vostro
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