Debian 5 and DL-380-G3; works

I have perfectly working installation of Drbian 5.0 lenny out of the box on our HP-DL380-G3 server.

I have used the boot bios option of the Raid controller to configure the HD Raids (mirror and Raid-5); and Debian recognized them and used them during the installation with no problem.

HP-Presario CQ60-116EE laptop; works

I would like to confirm that I have a perfectly working Linux installation out of the box for both:

- Ubuntu 9,04 Desktop 32bit
- Fedora 10 Desktop 32bit

suspend to memory works after I have enabled the nVidia driver 180.xx


dv2610us works all perfect

I wanted to use this site to say anybody whose have the same computer as I do that most linux biggest distributions can work perfect since middle 2008, I use ubuntu and since 8.10 there is no need to install nothing, only you have to active nvidia driver and it's done. Also I tryed Suse working good. Until now, I still use linux, It works great for me.

HP: I want next time I want to decide which OS do I get, don't be hard.

Otros idomas

Bueno, quisera proponer que este en otros idomas, por hp no solo vende en paises de habla de ingles empezado por Español quisera que nos organizemos y ponerlo en los diferentes idomas y asi mismo todos podamos compartir las experiencias, soluciones y preguntas sin importar el idoma ahora bien porfavor pongan su resectivo idoma..

y latima que no lo pueda colocar en General/Miselauns


Español - Latinoamerica

NetworkManager & VMC - easy as pie

Work gave me a 3G dongle. It's a Huawei E270.

I was a little concerned with support for this under Linux. However, the Vodafone guys over at make a driver for the Huawei modems (the Vodafone dongles use the Huawei chipsets).

Installation was simple. See the site for details.

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