HP doesn't formally support most community Linuxes on its hardware, but it's now opening the door for users to work together to support these Linux distributions on HP equipment,
on 09/25/2009 – Made popular on 09/25/2009
With more than 200 Linux distributions currently listed at Linux Online, it's perhaps an understatement to say that newcomers to the field face a broad array of choices. In addition to considering their own goals for Linux, however, potential users may also need to take other factors into account.
Hello there, i am trying to get more into Linux by trying distributions which are a bit of a challenge for the normal end-user such as Slackware, Debian and Gentoo but i am having a lot of trouble due to hardware support.
I was wondering are there any good specialised hardware support websites for certain distros?
I find for example Ubuntu is very good with hardware support, all i had to do was
Dress Yourself, Linux Users
A t-shirt-stuffed Linux store has opened for business, the proceeds from which support the Linux Foundation. But since Linux users are such penny-pinchers, $US18 is probably more than they’ll pay for a single garment of clothing. [ LinuxStore via CrunchGear ]