XFree86 on laptop Dell inspiron 2650
Eduardo Viruena Silva
mrspock at esfm.ipn.mx
Sat May 10 11:56:06 PDT 2003
On Sat, 10 May 2003, Fabio Miranda Hamburger wrote:
> I love unix and freebsd and I would like to install it on my laptop but I
> would like to know if it is waste of time install freebsd on a laptop.
> I know how stable and flexible is freebsd on servers but I dont know if i
> am wasting m time trying to set up X on a system that is not prepared for
> Is practical to instgall freebsd on a laptop? or it is better to choose XP
> or linux ?
It depends on what you want to do.
I use mine to make test in my systems, to format LaTeX documents, handle
my mail, C programming, corrrect my students assignments, preparing
lessons,... you name it. I even installed "bochs" and I can emulate
a win98 environment.
Install xp if you like viruses and expensive software.
Linux is fine finished but it takes a lot of resources.
> Where can i get howtos for freebsd on laptop?
In the handbook:
> Fabio Andres Miranda
> Ingenieria de sistemas informaticos
> Universidad Latina - Costa Rica
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