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From: Michel Catudal
Subject: Re: Which basic compiler to buy?
Date: 12 Dec 2002 21:41:09 -0600
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>> Tired of Microsoft's rebootive multitasking?
>> then it's time to upgrade to Linux.
> I would use Linux if it supported the hardware in my computer!
> Nvidia Geforce4. Works but very messy to get going, different driver
> version required for all the different Linux Distros.
> Creative Soundblaster Audigy - Very basic driver, only 2 speaker support
> no surround.
> Internal PCI 56k modem - No driver.
> Canon Ixus V2 USB camera - No driver.
> LeoScan USB scanner - No driver.
> Lexmark USB printer - No driver.
> DVD Rom - Some support for Movie playing, but results where less than
> desirable. No DTS support.
> All the above works perfectly with Win2000, without any reboots or
> crashes. When Linux properly supports the above lot I might be interested.
> I have had Red Hat and Mandrake Linux running on my second machine,.and it
> worked perfectly on that. But all the hardware on that machine (which is a
> Pentium 3 500MHz) is about 6 years old and discontinued..
> Mike Turner
I have SuSE 8.0 with a Voodoo and have no problem.
For a modem use a real modem. The external Modem Blaster is
good and give a good banwidth. Winmodem are just good for the
garbage can anyway.
For the hardware you just have to check what hardware is supported
before you buy. As for Nvidia you should go to Nvidia's web site
for the drivers. They are the ones writing the drivers and you
can't get it with the distributions.
Tired of Microsoft's rebootive multitasking?
then it's time to upgrade to Linux.
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