Lorraine from HP says it's a no-go. Much sadness.
You can order the unit with the Agere a/b/g wireless, but it won't work under Linux from the factory.
The wireless is the new Agere WaveLAN trimode chipset, pdf...
Apologies if this was already posted:
Order one here:
Up to 9 hours of battery life, 802.11g,...
I use BlackBox or Fluxbox most of the time, but the code behind Gnome is about as well-written as any code in the history of the universe.
I look upon it as the way code should be written.
However, if the idea is to have a...
Check out the Spire backpacks for notebooks:
I have the Volt, and it holds a ton of stuff, with my 15" screen fitting in no problem. Might hold a 15.4, but I haven't checked yet....
I agree with the poster who said: try it out and see.
I'm not small (6'5", 235 lbs) so 10 pounds isn't much for me, but for a small girl, or sedentary person, it might be debilitating.
If you carry a 40 lb pack, I can't...
Ok, so I got a new dell last week, and three days into it I've already got two problems.
My keyboard seems to have some kind of malfunction, some of the keys are misbehaving -- when I hit the shift key an A or a 0 is showing up....
SEMC, I don't understand your problem with high-res screens.
Can't you just buy a nice IBM, 15" that runs at 1024 x 768? That'd have nice, big letters, in a reliable, high-performance machine. Here's an example of what I...
Coupla sweet systems!
Have to say I'm partial to the 64-bit Voodoo, except for the waiting part. Those systems are in demand, so are you prepared to wait a month or more for your Precious? If not, get the Sager.
Originally Posted by jswriter
Here's a picture of the Voodoo m:860 from a guy over on VD's forums who said he just got his m:860 today. He's got several more pics listed, as well. Maybe Hypersonic will take...