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Old 04-29-2004, 12:15 PM   #1
nomi42
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Linux on compaq evo n610c


Hello,

from my job I got a compaq evo n610c.
Of course with windows XP.
Next to it I want to install linux (I'm used to mandrake) and would want to have some informations from thhose who managed to have it work correctly before installing it. I mainly heard about acpi problems and heating. Compiling a new kernel is no trouble so if a new kernel, apart from the original kernel given by mandrake (I've got 9.2 at home, but completely customized and want to install 10.0), is needed, I'll do it.

Thanks in advance for you answers

Nomi
 
  


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