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kevin bowers

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PostPosted: Sat 09 Oct 2010, 22:34    Post_subject:  

playdayz wrote:

I am also working on 5.1.1--but dad gum, I am not sure I know what would be enough improvement to go to 5.1.2--I like using 5.1.1--we should be proud.

Agreed. I just built a new box with an Intel Pentium dual-core on an Intel DG41WV board, everything (audio, video, LAN) on-board, plugged in a new 2-TB HD (WD "green") with the new partition-alignment technology, and everything worked OOTB! No problems detecting or partitioning the drive, no problems with the LAN (didn't even have to configure it), audio (front and back jacks work!), video before and after installing xorg_high, it all works fine. I've been using Puppy on older hardware for a long time; I'm once again impressed at how well it works on this newer stuff. Most of my computers are dual-boot but I'm wondering if I need Windows in this one--will I ever need to do anything on an office machine that I can't do in Puppy?

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