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Old 10-11-2004, 01:54 AM   #1
carrie
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Smile Does tour distro has good enough hardware recognition?, Tell me!


Well Im geting troubles using an hsf PCT7890 micromodem and I am using SUSE9.1 Pro and also got Knoppix,but I am still getting troubles with that
...By the way YOUR distro works fine with it? Ive heard about Mandrakes hardware recognition, but I also heared it from SUSE; just now Im downloading Mandrake and ASP but please tell me about your distro
thanks!
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