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Re: The Clusterfsk Hardware *Support* of Linux....

 
 
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      11-19-2005
Patty Poppins wrote:

> So you are looking for Linux hardware support?


Windizealots are frankly not the best people to get opinions
on hardware support. GNU/Linux has the biggest
support for hardware out of the box on the planet.
And liveCDs like Knoppix, Kanotix, Mepis (http://www.livecdlist.com )
provide instant check on hardware to see if manufacturers
are sharing friendly and release drivers for wider support.

Manufacturers like Samsung now support Linux wholesale.
And the resulting costs? - well judge for yourself.
Typical windizealot printers are never good on price
or performance.

http://www.ebuyer.com
Samsung ML1610 16 page per minute laser - 55 pounds

3 x Toner Refil bottles - 15 pounds
http://www.kmsmedia.co.uk/acatalog/c...__ML_1615.html

Comes with CD with Linux drivers.

 
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      11-19-2005
7 wrote:

> Manufacturers like Samsung now support Linux wholesale.
> And the resulting costs? - well judge for yourself.
> Typical windizealot printers are never good on price
> or performance.
>

Is it not about time that Gates and Blammer sent the hit squad round to sort
out Samsung - or does Samsung realize that there is life after Microsoft.
 
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