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R700, KMS, 3D, SSD, and other hardware

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gentoo.org/nightmorph: Yesterday, October 3, I made some big ol' changes to my workstation. I decided to try out the new video driver stack that all the kids have been talking about.

ZaReason's New Terra A20 Ubuntu Netbook: Everything Works

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linuxplanet.com: Netbooks of late have lost some of the charm and excitement marking their initial reception. ZaReason is one of the few and preloads Ubuntu 9.04 Netbook Remix on their Terra A20 netbook.

Acer Aspire One Linux Netbook

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zimbio.com: Netbooks have very much become an integral part of our hyperconnected lifestyles. One of the most affordable netbooks on the market today is the Acer Aspire One lineup.

Howto: Pick out an old computer

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kmandla.wordpress: I got an unusual email the other day asking what to look for in a computer if seeking out an old one on purpose — in other words, “What’s the best way to pick out an old computer?" Here’s what I would do.

Rugged laptops (finally) run Linux

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linuxfordevices.com: EmperorLinux has started reselling three rugged "Panasonic Toughbook" laptops (and one rugged tablet) with Linux preinstalled:

Emtec Gdium Liberty 1000 now available for well under $300

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MDV

liliputing.com: The Emtec Gdium Liberty 1000 netbook is made from a different mold than most of the mini-laptops available today. It shuns the usual Intel Atom processor for a 900MHz Loongson CPU and it ships with a custom version of Mandriva Linux.

HP Pavillion dv2-1010ez Entertainment Notebook

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zdnet.co.uk/blog: It came preloaded with Windows Vista Home Premium. You can imagine how thrilled I was with that. NOT. I then set about installing (or trying to install) various Linux distributions.

It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's A...Mouse?

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linuxjournal.com: If there's one complaint we in the Linux world hear more than anything, it's "My [whatever] doesn't work with Linux." The unfortunate truth is that, while their infrastructure is likely Linux powered, the majority of device manufacturers aren't thinking about the desktop version when designing their wares.

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