Nick Moffitt wrote:
>begin John P . Looney quotation:
>> I tried it for a while, but the kernel it comes with didn't support
>> my video card, audio or network card...that's the only reason I
>> didn't stick with it.
> Pardon me for being a couple of days behind, but in what way
>exactly did the kernel not support your video card? The only support
>it usually needs is for standard SVGA text mode--the rest is handled
Yeah, and it didn't support my coffee-pot either! I was very upset by
that. The supplied kernel didn't support the new "Easy-paws keyboard"
which as you all know left Windows-Paws as the only choice for my cat
and dog. I can tell you they haven't been the same since!
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