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Thread: Linux Motherboard Support
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- Dec 2006
Linux Motherboard Support
I am planning to buy a motherboard (ASUS M2N4-SLI). Has anybody personally tried this one out? Which distro will support it?
I am planning to put a AMD 3000+, 1 GB DDR2 RAM, Seagate 250 GB SATA2 HDD with it. Will there be any compatibility issues?
Thanks in advance,
I've never had any issues with Linux not supporting a motherboard. Usually the problem is with the things you plug into the motherboard, not the board itself. The product page at ASUS for that motherboard says it has an Nvidia chipset and AC97 onboard sound chip. That's pretty standard stuff. As long as you don't set up your SATA drive in any kind of RAID configuration you should be fine. Any distro should work with it.Registered Linux user #270181
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