[ubuntu-uk] Looking to jump into Ubuntu
quarte at gmail.com
Sun Dec 3 16:14:28 GMT 2006
My suggestions is that if you are short of money but need a computer
for basic stuff, like internet browsing and word processing, you can find
bargains on the Ebay and also at the Computer Fair in central London (near
totternham court road). Then you can install Ubuntu/Kubuntu/Xubuntu as your
main OS or as dual boot. Ubuntu usually runs faster than Win Xp if your
computer doesn't have high specs.
If you are planning to get a laptop, check this site for compatibility.
I haven't finished testing my laptop in every aspected suggest by the
LaptopTestingTeam, but i can garantee that the Toshiba Equium A100-147 works
just fine with Ubuntu 6.10. I haven't installed it in my other laptop, a IBM
Thinkpad T40, but the live CD runs smoothly as well.
If you need quick answers, try the www.ubuntuforums.org website.
On 03/12/06, Guyan Perera <g_perera at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi there !
> I just moved to the UK from Australia and I need a computer (laptop
> prefebly with wireless internet) I been reading bits and pieces about Ubuntu
> linux and I was wondering if there was some kind of laptop specs which where
> ideal for using Ubuntu with. For example I saw some videos with the Ubuntu
> screen spinning around like a cube and such..What kind of graphics card or
> gaphics memory is needed to support that ?
> Are there particular laptop brands or components which work well with
> Linux ? Is there a store which specialises in Linux hardware ? I live in
> London at the moment is there any good hardware stores I should visit for
> the best deal
> Thanks a bunch
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