bobb <bobb at redbrick.dcu.ie> writes:
> Gerard Keating hath declared on Wednesday the 07 day of April 2004 :-:
> > I am about to purchase two DELL machines for use as Linux machines.
> > I was thinking of getting the "DELL OptiPlex GX270"
>> As others have said, check your distros installer supports SATA...
> I was able download a kernel module (from somewhere, should really have
> bookmarked where...) which allowed me to install rh9... then build a custom
>> Just to note, I had issues with X on the the GX270 with the A03 bios..
> would only run at 640... downgrading the bios to A02 fixed it...
An alternative solution is a little program available at
http://www.chzsoft.com.ar/855patch.html -- there are one or two
scare stories about downgrading the BIOS which put me off doing
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