I got a new AMD 64bit Laptop. And eager to
install a 64bit Linux and
the test the power. Any Idea which one to try. Any one laid hands on
Wow! I have been contemplating buying one :) What make and model is it?
What was the damage to your bank balance?
Debian, Fedora, SuSE, Mandrake, CentOS (RHEL clone) are a few that have
I would suggest that you try the AMD64 edition of whichever 32 bit
distro you are using now. I have been using SuSE 9.2/AMD64 for the past
year and I am quite happy with it.
Arun Khan <knura(a)yahoo.com>
Linux is a wigwam: No Windows, No Gates, Apache inside.
Well i got the latest (in india) Acer Aspire 5002 with AMD Turion
ML-30 processor. It rocks i also have a toshiba 1.8ghz centrino , when
i compare i think AMD is a monster.
though laptop comes with 256MB ram i doubled it. only draback is itz
400FSB :( ... there are some wonderful machines in international
market ( i mean USofA) like HP nx6125 turion 2 ghz ... but as usual
asian countries get the let over. so i think this HP machine will come
in india in next 6month ( or later) abt acer also has good machine in
UK and US . not in India :( i think these chaps are least bothered (
Abt Linux for Turion, i tried Fedora core 4 and Ubuntu( modified to my
requirements ) and both are equally good. and much faster then windows
and plus point Turion processor doesnot have heat problem ... anymore