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Old 02-12-2012, 12:54 AM   #1
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linux distributions that are loaded with firmware drivers out of the box

I want to know the name of the linux distributions that are loaded with firmware distributions out of the box.. I found two yet.. one is ubuntu 9.04 and another is crunchbang linux. please someone specify in easy words about the other similar distributions.. thank you..
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For many purposes, Linux Mint works out of the box. However, I am not sure how different the kernel of Mint is with respect to Ubuntu.


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