On Sat, Jan 05, 2002 at 08:11:04PM +0000, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> Forget Peats, Maplin, Compustore, etc. etc.
Maplin's good for some things, so is IT Direct; I don't mind avoiding
the rest, though ;)
> There's people in West Link Industrial Estate - Europoint(?) Euro something
> anyhow, who are supposed to be good.
Been there - a bit difficult finding it, and their webpage wasn't
updated often enough before. Some reasonably priced hardware, though.
> Jaguar Computers are in Behind the Tile Market where Ballymount Lane meets
> the Naas Rd (Just at the M50 roundabout). They are helpful, do their own
I've been looking for this place..I haven't been able to find it before.
> prebuilt; But beware of what you buy. They stock Seagate disks, which are
> lousy under linux. They also can have dodgy chipsets - check that out.
My SCSI Seagates are OK - and my Fujitsu & IBM IDE drives are very good.
I can't rant on enough about how dangerous Maxtor is, though ;)
What's so bad about Seagate under Linux?
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