Posted Disk made Ubuntu installation seamlessview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I invested $15.00 in a Posted Disk with Ubuntu from On-Disk.com. Best $15 I ever spent. With it I installed Ubuntu 10.4 on my Dell Latitude and a Lenovo R61i (both laptops and Ubuntu installation on laptops has historically been challenging). Everything, including wireless, worked without any tinkering on my part. Installation on both machines took less than an hour. (HowTos)

Installing OpenSuse 11.0 on Dell XPS 1530 Laptopview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – 1. Installing OpenSuse 11.0 (HowTos)

Should I buy a laptop with XP on it for all my 95, 98 and XP games?view story

http://bindingmachinesguide.com – Question by Sock Monkey: Should I buy a laptop with XP on it for all my 95, 98 and XP games? (General)

Richard Stallman to hit Australiaview story

http://linuxo.com – Delimiter: "Stallman noted that Australia's Customs service had imposed searches on laptops of international travellers, demanding that they declare whether they were carrying pornography." (General)

[SOLVED] Question about boot processview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have Slackware 13.1 installed on 2 laptops and a desktop. The desktop is an older Dell XPS 410 with 4 gigs of ram and a 2.8gHz dual core pentium D, One laptop is a Sony Vaio with a dual core processor and 2 gigs of ram, and the other is a Dell Studio 15 with 3 gigs of ram (can't recall the processor). (HowTos)

Introductionview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello everyone, I would like to take this time to introduce myself. Currently I work in the field of IT Support. My daily duties include but not limited to virus removals, maintaining a Windows SBS 2003 network, and performing hardware and software repairs on desktops and laptops. (HowTos)

LXer: Is Chrome OS a Threat to Ubuntu or Windows?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: (HowTos)

Canonical explains the status of Ubuntu on ARM Powered Laptopsview story

http://linuxfilesystem.com – twitter.com – facebook.com – It will be good to get an alternative processor platform to power all our laptops and desktops. But to run a full consumer friendly OS on an embedded processor platform has been a challenge so far, as the ARM processors were originally intended just to power phones and other dedicated devices. [...] (General)

Saying it out loud: IBM is moving to Firefox as its default browserview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Firefore is now the default browser at IBM: "Firefox has been around for years, of course. Today we already have thousands of employees using it on Linux, Mac, and Windows laptops and desktops, but we’re going to be adding thousands more users to the rolls." (General)

Pommed 1.33 to support MacBook (Pro) 6,1, 6,2 and MacBook Pro 7,1view story

http://mac.linux.be –  Pommed has been updated to include support for the 2010 Apple laptops. Notes: This release adds support for the early 2010 machines. It also removes the dependency on Glade for gpomme. Changes: read more (Distributions)