On Thu, 2002-05-02 at 09:26, nils wrote:
> howdy all,
> I dont mean to break up the fight.
> I have redhat installed on laptop, need games,redhat f#$k-up with XF86
> and DRI etc so i have being told,I have alway had problems upgrading
> XF86(many an install wasted on this area) to the latest version so i
> decided to leave well enough alone. SO... I have heard that debian is
> easy to upgrade (apt bullshit i think). Would this be a better distro
> for a laptop.
> redhat 7.2 comes with XFree86 4.1.0, what the verdict doctor?
I have redhat 7.2 running here on a Dell i8.1k and it works nicely
(apart from suspend to disk, but that is an Nvidia problem ;)). What
laptop do have? I have heard good reports of the new 7.3 beta
(skipjack) on the linux-dell-laptops mailing list, as it comes with
Other than that, if you are considering a complete distro change, and
have lots of time on your hands, I found gentoo (www.gentoo.org) to be
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