Quoting Brendan Halpin (brendan.halpin at ul.ie):
> I have to add that I am surprised to find myself bleeding at the
> edges having just ordered the institution's default build from
> Dell :-)
It's a point. Bear in mind that you're hearing from someone who's
risk-adverse as to hardware (and who hasn't been buying a lot of it
since the dot-com crash). But SATA's nonetheless pretty new.
I'll bet any of the installers with recent 2.4.2x installation kernels
would do fine -- e.g., Knoppix.
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