recommendations for laptop and desktop [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
alex.wilkinson at dsto.defence.gov.au
Thu Jul 14 14:35:23 UTC 2011
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0n Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 04:08:48PM +0200, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
>Zoran Kolic wrote:
>> > Zoran's comments that http://laptop.bsdgroup.de/freebsd/ is 'obsolete'
>> > are a bit misplaced regarding older kit that some of us use by choice or
>> > necessity (eg my 2.5 Thinkpad T23s :)
>> Sorry for the word chosen in this case. I use one even older
>> lapper, HP nx9020, with real 4:3 screen, matte. I'm ready to
>> write about it. The only problem is that it is not possible
>> to find anymore. So, no use.
>Theres a difference between have / find / buy / receive a laptop ;-)
>So it's still nice to docu. older hardware if they supports BSD,
>because sometimes people get old laptops thrust upon them :-)
> "Here take this thing, I'm not using, I've heard you say BSD
> is more efficient than MS, so maybe'll get some use out of it"
>Then you get home with it & look it up on the web ... :-)
There is always iXsystems invincibook - at least it should "just work"
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