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October 8, 2006, 11:03 am
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can anyone help me,
i'm thinking of buying a lenovo 3000 N100, i have a small problem,i've
seen that i might face problems with the wifi connection and the sound
under linux, i'd like to know if it is 100 percent compatible or no.
another question, is lenovo a good laptop? if we want to put it in a
category, with which category we put it :
toshiba, dell , asus ,hp , packard bell ??
Re: is linux compatible with the lenovo 3000 N100
The easist thing to do is download a cd based Linux like Ubuntu and boot off
of the cd. If it recognizes your hardware, everything will work fine. If
not, you know it is not compatable. (At least off the shelf.) Nothingn is
done to the Laptop's hard disk.