Ubuntu 10.04

Eric 1ballistic1 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 16:08:36 UTC 2010

Personally, I have to second the dislike of Intel boards, but I'm also
aware there's a very good reason you'll see "YMMV" in a lot of forums
("Your Mileage May Vary")

I do have 10.04 running on an old P4 Celeron on an Asus board....had
to do funny stuff for the onboard network there, but at least ubuntu
picked it up...the 6 or 7 others i was playing with at the time didn't
like it near as much.

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 12:06 PM, Che Guebeara <cheguebeara at gmail.com> wrote:
> No conspiracy theory there... I am running 10.04 on 4 machines right now,
> all installed fresh, two running in remote mode from my main desktop... and
> the newest machine is a P3 (4 perhaps?) 1.5 GHz...  I find that with older
> machines at least 500 megs of RAM and 128 - 256 megs of VRAM are the ticket.
> And avoid Intel motherboards... had nothing but problems with video with
> Intel boards with onboard video... yukka!
> M.
> On Fri, 2010-09-24 at 10:35 -0400, J wrote:
> Well, its more about the thing that every single place has this thing
> for Ubuntu, where is glorified to the point where is upsetting to see
> that "just it works", when it doesn't, not misunderstand me, I like
> Ubuntu, but this software may "just work" on newer hardware rather  than
> older, but of course Canonical wont tell you that
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