"Linux. The OS that can run on just about anything you can
manage to throw together, from the oldest of parts, to usually, the
newest. This time we'll be taking a look at what hardware Linux
doesn't happen to like and is finicky with."
"Linux is a very diverse and extensive operating system. You can
run it on nearly any x86 machine you can manage to cobble together,
and even on some Macintosh's (although I will not touch upon
anything relating to Macs). If you just randomly throw parts into a
case, the chances are you'll probably have a bootable machine in
Linux. Although that isn't always the case, as some hardware and
Linux just do not get along. This week I'll be taking a look at
what Linux happens to not like, varying from video, to sound, to
network adapters, to other miscellaneous things."
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