Am currently running HandyLinux and Absolute
(obviously, I am not a purist).
@Donald W Grimes -- the documentation at aptosid (once sidux) is...
Input and other suggestions, especially since you like #! -- look at these
or the new Absolute.
From your machine's specs, 64-bit looks the way to...
In the past, I tried KahelOS and ArchBang and could not get into either.
I'm with arochester. Stick with what you like (my avatar tells of my...
"Best" is subjective, but here are a few:
Good job, Vernon Balbert!
I tried, a few years ago, to get a rocketRAID driver for some hardware (can't remember what it was, but it was small) to...
@arochester -- good link for additional, more detailed, more recent info on the distro -- thanks again!
@DevynCJohnson -- ¡gracias, amigo! It's...
GRUB 1.99 is the boot loader, for clarification.
That's what I get for posting a thread late or rather early in the morning, upset with a...
Today I tried out Handy Linux, a true Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution from France. It comes with a modified XFCE interface and is touted by its...
"Linux Hardware compatibility list"
Memory management in Windoze and the same in GNU/Linux are not the same. Semi-paranoid security freaks may disagree, but the same fuss necessary...
EDIT: I found Sabayon, even though it pre-compiles via Entropy, very CPU-intensive and a fast ISP of necessity.
Was this thread hijacked at post #22?
re: swap -- are two separate hard drives being utilized?
Slackware (as in Salix) never gave me problems with...
For some, money is always associated with value, the poor souls!
Welcome & ask away!
Five years -- it's as long as I have been using Linux exclusively. Jaunty Jackalope is what I cut my teeth on, at first. After...
The Linux Tutorial
Mike McGrath's book, Linux In Easy Steps helped me at the beginning of this GNU/Linux journey
Welcome & Linux Is...
Need your hardware specs, besides video, and what your intended use is (preferably all in one post, please).
I'd forget Zorin and go with a...
You want follow-up, then. Okay.
It's mainly that versatility is preferred. With an internal 2.5" hdd in an enclosure, I have it. Also, I am not...
4 X 1GB PC3200 RAM, as a suggestion.
Oops! Too late!
BTW, I stay away from Toshiba and Hitachi, myself. Samsung is another matter.
work for me
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