On Wed, 2006-08-02 at 15:31 -0400, Matthew Miller wrote: > You could also patch the module and build a driver disk for FC4 or FC5. I'm > not sure this is worth it, though -- right now, there's something like 2.2GB > of FC4 updates, so a new install of FC4 + updates may actually take _more_ > bandwidth than just starting new with FC6t2. If I have to get updates for OS to keep it running, might as well run windows. I have FC 3 running on production machines, no updates, with uptime over a year. > > > What are the places to look for checking hardware compatibility with > > linux before purchasing any hardware? > > It's always such a pain -- there's been a lot of efforts at making various > databases of compatibility, but they always fall short. Too much hardware, > too much rapid change. I like to buy from a vendor who will offer Linux > preinstalled, even if it's not the version I plan on running. > I'd rather do it myself, get better deals this way. > In this particular case, I found the answer above in about 15 seconds of > googling. > Mind sharing the keywords.