Mint Linux 2.0’s CD booted against a fresh internal SATA disk to see what it would do on laptop hardware only nine months old. Scratched case, and the cover to the DVD/CD missing, but still new. Newish. Newer than the X30 by a good bit. I reflected as I booted that I had never run Linux against Toshiba laptop hardware. eMachines, Compaq, HP, Dell, IBM, even Apple. Not Toshiba. I was even more curious how it would work when I realized that hole in my life existed.
January 12, 2007
Review Mint Linux 2.0 : Mint for Personal Use Laptop
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