Lynus Vaz wrote:
>> There are no laptops available with a full GUI Linux pre-installed in
>> Mumbai. Some of the laptops that are pre-loaded with command line Linux
>> are a joke. It does not guarantee that your hardware will completely run
>> out of the box if you install a full Linux. There are always some loose
>> ends that need to be fixed manually after installation or even wait a
>> few months till you get the proper driver for that device.
>> The way to go about is to make a small list of laptops you like and
>> google for user experiences in Linux for the same.
>> GNU/Linux !
>> No Viruses
>> No Spyware
>> Only Freedom.
>> http://mm.glug-bom.org/mailman/listinfo/linuxers >>
> Thanks, all of you, for your help and advice. I was just looking to avoid
> paying for windows, which I'll never use, anyway. I'm basically looking for
> a good machine, and don't mind trying out the preloaded distro: it'll be
> replaced soon, anyway. I'll do some research online first, as you suggested
> before buying one.
If you are buying a laptop with doze pre-installed, don't remove it.
Just keep it as a spare for testing doze specific hardware/applications.