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Hello All, I have decided to go for a new computer with Intel C2D. However i am looking for a motherboard / chipset that is well known for its compatibility ...
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    Hello All,

    I have decided to go for a new computer with Intel C2D. However i am looking for a motherboard / chipset that is well known for its compatibility with linux. So if you can help me pointing out to a linux (RH, gentoo) compatible motherboard it would be really helpful

    Cheers
    Troy

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    Welcome to the forums!

    I think pretty much all of them are now compatible with Linux. It seems to me that some network controller chipsets have a few issues now and then, though.

    Not sure if it's totally true, but I read here that Linux now supports more devices than any other operating system:

    How Linux Supports More Devices Than Any Other OS, Ever - O'Reilly Broadcast

    Best of luck with your efforts.
    oz

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