I am new to linux. I want to construct a new computer that will operate linux. Should I only choose hardware (like a TV tuner card or a sound card) for which there are already linux drivers or are there always workarounds for getting every piece of hardware working on linux even if there are no drivers? Are these workarounds easy to implement or will I spend a lot of time and effort trying to get the hardware to work?
This is a nice review about Ubuntu 13.04 – Raring Ringtail. Interesting that this release seems to use less system resources than the previous version — a good thing for […]
This is a good discussion as to why Windows users have a hard time moving to linux. However, if you are open to new things, then you should listen to […]
Last week Roger and Patrick expressed frustration w/ 3D drivers on Ubuntu Linux in DIY Linux Steambox FAIL!… this week, we got Steam running happily with t…
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