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I am planning to update my PC with a Intel P4 kit ( 850 Mother board, 128 MB RdRAM and 1.4 Ghz CPU) with a 32 MB Riva TNT II or a Geforce AGP card. Will this all hardware be supported by RHL 7.1 or Mandrex 7.2.
You might want to check out the hardware compatibilty lists at either distro's site. I think there shouldn't be a problem. The most likely thing not to be supported would be the video cards, depending on if they are supported by a later version of xfree86 and if the distro's come already with a version that does support them, if not and they are supported with xfree86, then you can always download the update to get working or updated drivers. www.xfree86.org www.redhat.com www.mandrake.com