Guy plz help me to chose right linux os for me.
I have a 3 year old laptop which configure are :
processor: intel pentium (R) 1600 Mhz or 1.6 ghz
Ram : 512
motherboad : intel
so which linux distro perfect for my old laptop?
Hello everyone, I am considering purchasing a new laptop and have some concerns about processor processor compatibility with linux. What I'm currently trying to decide between are two computers one with and Intel Core i3 4000M and another with an AMD A6 4400M.
I have installed Backtrack 5 r3 in my laptop using Dual boot and installation in a free space technique. Installation was successful. But when I restart the PC after installation it boots into windows 7 automatically without asking to choose my operating system(i.e windows 7 and Backtrack 5 r3). Not only Backtrack no other Linux OS whatever flavor it is am unable to boot it.
(sorry if my English is not good, i hope you will understand my question)
I have laptop HP Pavilion g6 2220sm, with intel dual core processor, 6gb of ram and two graphics cards (intel HD and AMD HD7670M)and i will like to install fedora on my laptop but i have a question: Can i found (install) drivers for my graphics cards?
Up for review today on Phoronix is the Pentium G3258, the new processor Intel put out in celebration of their Pentium brand turning 20 years old. This new Pentium G3258 processor costs under $100 USD and comes unlocked for offering quite a bit overclocking potential while this Pentium CPU can be used by current Intel 8 and 9 Series Chipsets.
I'm researching a laptop for college, and have a loose set of system specs. I found a laptop that meets most of the requirements with little or no modifications, except the processor isn't what I'm looking for at a "base" level.
I'm looking for a 3.0 - 3.3 GHz processor, i7 or better.
Haswell is here, Haswell is here, Haswell is here!!! After talking for months about the Linux kernel and driver development for Intel's Ivy Bridge successor, the heatsink can be lifted today on talking about Intel's Haswell processor. For the past few weeks I have been running and benchmarking an Intel Core i7 4770K "Haswell" processor on Linux to mixed success.