Category Archives: Linux Hardware

Why I Love Asus

The Eee PC is an awesome little laptop, very capable and very portable. On top of that, it’s got enough fans to generate its own version of Ubuntu. That’s fine for being mobile, but not so great for home. I’ve … Continue reading

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OSes for old (really old) PCs

It’s amazing what can bubble up from forums; consider this: Operating systems for really, really old computers from the Ubuntu forums. What a great list! The poster (darrelljon)  lists a few dozen little operating systems, mostly but not all Linux, … Continue reading

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Dell and HP on Linux

Both Dell and HP officially support Linux. Compare Dell and Linux and Open Source and Linux from HP. But Dell also has Dell Linux Engineering Web and Dell Home & Home Office Ubuntu pages. So, it might appear Dell is … Continue reading

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