"Xandros 4 installed fine. Xandros 4's installation routine is
easy, and requires little to no knowledge of partitioning--
provided you do not choose the 'advanced' method. It can
automagically resize Windows partitions to make way for Xandros; I,
however, chose the 'advanced' method since I needed to install
Xandros over my Vista RC1 installation (my Broadcom 4318 chip does
not work in Windows Vista, how's that for irony?). The installation
took about 25-30 minutes, which is acceptable; not outstanding, but
"Hardware recognition is where Xandros 4 really shines. All my
hardware was autodetected and configured, including my Ati video
card and my Broadcom 43xx wireless chipset...!"
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