Toshiba Satellite 2405-S201 Notebook question
Date: 4 Oct 2003 12:26:01 -0700
I'm trying to figure out if it would be worth it to put Linux on one
Toshiba Satellite 2405-S201 Notebook (1.6-GHz Pentium 4, 256 MB RAM,
30 GB hard drive)<br>
16MB Integrated S3 Controller Video adapter<br>
802.11 G wireless network adapater
I'm a little bit challenged when it comes to hardware and networking,
so I'd prefer if Linux worked straight out of the install. I'm most
comfortable with Red Hat (was going to go with RH9), but I guess if
Suse or another distro handled it better, I'd give that a try as well.
Has anybody thrown Linux on one of these machines? What challenges are
to be expected?
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