kuldeep rathore wrote:
> NO it wont i tried that
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> From: Rony <gnulinuxist(a)gmail.com>
> To: "GNU/Linux Users Group, Mumbai, India"
> Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 11:58:28 +0530
> Subject: Re: [ILUG-BOM] Linux distro, but no war...
> Arun Khan wrote:
>> True. In my case FWIW, 1280x1024 res. was auto detected by the hardware
>> detection of the Ubuntu/openSUSE LiveCDs. I did not set them @ boot time.
> Lenny has a live cd too. It boots a full desktop on only 256 MB machines.
Such replies are too vague. Whenever something does not work, it would
be better if some details are provided about what actually does not work
and at what stage, in what hardware. Sometimes a small workaround may
get the system working. I have observed that good mobos with badly
written BIOSs can spoil the fun of installing Linux. In windows the mobo
drivers have the compensating patches to cover up such mistakes. Linux
exposes them, therefore a motherboard that works out of the box in Linux
is a good one.