ubuntu runs well on ibooks - apart from those damn airport extreme cards :@
ibooks aren't all that expensive either...
Pada Rabu 23 Februari 2005 16:50, Ciaran Johnston menulis:
>P at draigBrady.com said:
> > Have to recommend toshiba.
> > Used mine nearly 12 hours a day for over a year with zero probs.
> > The cheapest toshiba on http://www.dabs.com/ is currently â¬630 ex vat.
>> I have a caveat on that - my current (personal) laptop is a Toshiba
> Satellite A80 (I think - I should check this when I get home). The laptop
> in general runs Mandrake 10.1 fine, but there appears to be some
> incorrigible issue with the pcmcia slot which means it won't recognise
> perfectly normal pcmcia cards under linux. Other than that, it is a pretty
> good laptop.
>> I'm seriously considering swapping my pcmcia wireless card for a usb one
> if I can't get this working.
>> > --
> > PÃ¡draig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org> > --- Following generated by rotagator ---
> > Genesis of (weird) unix names
> > awk
> > This pattern scanning and text processing language was named
> > after its authors: Al Aho, Peter Weinberger, Brian Kernighan.
> > grep
> > "Global Regular Expression Print"
> > g/re/p is the ed command to print all lines matching a
> > certain pattern (where "re" is a "regular expression").
> > rc (as in ".bashrc" ...)
> > "rc" derives from "runcom", from the MIT CTSS system,ca. 1965.
> > There was a facility that would execute a bunch of commands
> > stored in a file; it was called "runcom" for "run commands",
> > and the file began to be called "a runcom"
> > --
> > --
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