Hardware for Fedora
I wanted to get a new PC to run Fedora. I was going to get a Dell but I
have recently had horrid problems with Dell Optiplex. The motherboards
have gone bad 2 times already and the tech support is brain dead and
frustrating to deal with in my opinion.
What is a good source for reliable PCs generic or branded these days --
HP? Dell seems to be putting out junk these days that is unreliable in
Thanks for any help.
- Re: Another Blow For the Dellsnots
... >>> would not impact Dell and what Dell can afford is none of your concern. ... It's not your place to assert that my opinion is wrong. ... > and future on support and design services around the world. ... I'm a firm believer in "It takes money to make money." ...
- Re: New Version of Windows Coming in 06
... > Dell already offers Red Hat on their servers. ... Dell commented that they would gladly offer OS X if Apple ... I've got the Longhorn 32-bit 3/04 preview here and had it installed briefly ... it's my opinion that MS has their work cut out for them ...
- Re: 95 upgrade
... One persons opinion about the issue of whether Dell is crap ... The cost of upgrading would far exceed ... |> An upgrade is quite possible, ...
- Re: This is best place to get shopping help for new PCs, honest !!!
... running XP on in Intel Mac is exactly like running it on a Wintel PC, ... My Dell E1705 has identical hardware as the Macbook PRO. ... You can take my "opinion" or leave it. ...
- Re: (OT) Most reliable notebooks and desktops available, last couple of years?
... Dell Latitude ... Not much opinion on desktops as I usually build my own, ... Where the hell is all of the most solid consumer end stuff in your opinion? ...