Linux enabled Shuttle PC

Duncan MacGregor dbmacg-j4iOX5ZKO4mumhQq9Hcxfg at
Wed Jul 28 17:24:16 UTC 2004

Why not try a 'Live Linux Distribution' like Knoppix or MandrakeMove
on any machine you want to try. It does not need or affect the hard
drive, and you can see in seconds whether everything will be recognized
by Linux


On Wednesday 28 July 2004 12:53 pm, Kareem Shehata wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-07-28 at 12:17, jim ruxton wrote:
> > I was just wondering if anyone has put Linux on a Shuttle PC. I'd  like
> > to get one and was wondering if there are any gotchas. I'll probably get
> > the Pentium version hopefully with an Nvidia chip. Can anyone recommend
> > a store in TO where they speak Linux and sell Shuttles?
> I wouldn't worry about the store speaking Linux.  Most sales clerks I've
> seen are useless in any language.  Better to get the info beforehand,
> then get it where it's cheapest.
> Alas, I haven't had the combination of time and money to grab one of
> these, though I've heard it can be done.  I suppose the most important
> thing is to make sure the chipset(s) are supported.
> Good luck, and let us know how it goes!  I'd love to use something less
> noisy and prettier for my next box.
> Kareem
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