Looking for a Notebook that is compatible with SuSE or Fedora
I am planning to have a Notebook soon. However, I do not want to have one that is not compatible with Linux. I do prefer SuSE and Fedora.
What do you suggest guys?
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I am running a Toshiba Satellite Pro A10. Also check www.linux-laptop.net where you will see a huge number of howtos on a huge number of laptop makes and models.
i have a dell inspiron 2650 (which has been replaced by the 5150 line i believe) and have had very few problems aside from apm (though this is basically across the board from what i've heard). i have had redhat 9, mandrake 10, fedora core 1 and now slackware 9.1 on this system. fedora was particularly easy to install and setup. their anaconda installer (redhat) was a breeze and autodetected everything except the monitor.
hope this helps.
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