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Techgage: SabayonLinux 3.3

Mar 22, 2007, 10:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rob Williams)

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"There are a few different reasons why SabayonLinux stands out in a crowd. First is the fact that it's a complete package. You will not install SL and be unable to do what you need to right away, whether it be spreadsheet editing, photo manipulation, music playing or even DVD movie watching."

"Another reason SL has proven successful is thanks to it's hardware detection/configuration capabilities. Meaning, when you first boot into SL, every one of your components should function properly. This includes your audio, 3D graphics, wired/wireless internet, power schemes and even bluetooth devices. I've used many distros, but none have matched the detection as seen here. There is a 90% chance that you will not need to configure anything. Booting SL on my laptop for example, it automatically setup my wireless, so I just had to select my network, type in the WEP key and I was good to roll."

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