#1
I'm doing my friend a favor and I told him that I'd put Linux on his laptop. Because his computer crashed, and he doesn't want anything to do with Vista. I've put Linux on my PC before, but I have a desktop, and it's I just find a driver package and install it easily for a desktop. I don't want to put Linux on his laptop unless I can figure out how to install the drivers, like the wireless card, and webcam, but I need your help, pit! Is there a site with driver packages for a vast selection of computer models or should I just find a computer savvy friend who can do it for me?
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#2
if the wireless card is a broadcom, you will have to download another program that can extract the actual driver and make it work for linux. mandriva linux comes with this utility , none of the others do...as far as I know. the web cam should almost be plug and play, if not go to the manufacturers website and see if they have something. and as a heads up, linux takes more than savvy, your gonna want to find a full on geek.
#4
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#5
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#6
Ubuntu is great but, if you get debian you have a much larger E-penis and it'd not much harder to work with than ubuntu.
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