[clug] Building a database of linux compatible hardware

Steven Farlie steven at farlie.net.au
Fri Jun 23 03:13:34 GMT 2006

I'd love a list of quality hardware that works well on Linux.

If I already have the hardware then I know if it works or if it doesn't.
But if I am looking to buy something new, like a webcam or a usb wifi
stick, then I want something that everyone else thinks is kick-ass and
works well in Linux. Double-points if there is a link to a reputable
Steven Farlie

On Fri, June 23, 2006 12:58 pm, Arafangion wrote:
> Robert Edwards wrote:
>> Chris Smart wrote:
>>> On 23/6/06 9:57 AM, "Robert Edwards" <bob at cs.anu.edu.au> wrote:
>>>> My proposal is to have a site devoted to "local" suppliers and
>>>> hardware compatibility - for various definitions of "local", in
>>>> particular Canberra/Southern NSW specific, but maybe Australia-wide.
> Personally, I believe that the "Knoppix test" or "Live-CD Ubuntu test"
> is more useful than any list - easier, less confusing, and more practical.
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