Avoid buying the Dell Inspiron 3800, I had a 3700 (great except for a
loose screw may have shafted the PCMCIA slots ), but I got two 3800
recently and they have new sound chips which Linux doesn't support ...
as for the IR, smc-ircc chipset, had it working with an IR-dongle from my
PC in my old office, 2.2 and 2.3 kernels.
On Thu, 18 May 2000, Dave Rynne wrote:
> Looking at getting some laptops -- most likely Dell or Compaq but possibly
> IBM or whatever. I'd like to be able to use an IR connection to my mobile
> for dialup access. Anyone played with IR support in Linux ? ... and gotten
> it working ?
David Airlie, Software Engineer, Parthus Technologies plc.,
Mary Rosse Centre, National Tech Park, Limerick, Ireland.
t: +353-61-508116 / f: +353-61-508101 / David.Airlie at parthus.com
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