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Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?
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:-) funny question.
have a look at the hardware-howto at www.tldp.org (it's little bit outdated by now). one philosophy of linux is to get get it running on nearly everthing.
;-) even a mixer - somtime?!
i'm currently trying to get it running on an old psx.
The coolest piece of hardware I got Linux running on (or the only piece of hardware I got linux running on) is a Pentium3, 598 MHz, 128Mb RAM... umpteen harddrives. Plus, a Digital VT 220 terminal on the local serial line.
Here, everyone is suggesting his own hardware, but i think without knowing the requirements nobody can say that which hardware is good for linux, i will request the person posting this post to let us know about his requirements, what he actually want to run on linux,i means he needs to setup like Mail Server,Database Server,Web Server or what?? and how many users will be there,if he is setting up a web server then how many hits can come at one time,
then only we will be able to give any kind of help.