LinuxPlanet: Pavilion, SUSE Make for Great Portable 64-Bit Computing
May 12, 2005, 19:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rob Reilly)
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"There I was, buying an AMD Athlon64 HP Pavilion notebook,
knowing full well that the Broadcom WiFi chip wasn't directly
supported under Linux and that other things probably would have to
be fixed, too. Undeterred and up for a challenge I forged on and
loaded SUSE Linux 9.2 Pro (64-bit) on the machine.
"Sure, there were some challenges. But did it work?
"Let's just say that the 'Linux on the desktop' debate is
totally and completely irrelevant to me. How's that for an