[ltp] New user with question
Sun, 7 Oct 2001 11:32:39 -0400 (EDT)
> > My experience is that ThinkPads are very friendly to Linux, compared to other
> > brands (built in hardware, power management, all features available under
> > Linux etc.). A friend of mine uses an a22m with windows only, but the
> > hardware in this ThinkPad shouldn't be a problem. If you have the choice
> > between a 3com and an Intel network/modem card, you should choose the Intel
> > card, because AFAIR the modem on the 3com card has no Linux driver.
Not necessarily true. I have an Intel EE Pro 100, and it comes with a
Lucent Softmodem AMR. No Linux driver for that either.
And I still have not been able to get USB working with my i1300.
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