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I currently run Ubuntu (Hoary Hedgehog) after just switching from Mandrake 10.0 Official. I've recompiled my kernel before to add in support for things, but it's an aweful lot of ...
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    Distro that comes with framebuffer support enabled?


    I currently run Ubuntu (Hoary Hedgehog) after just switching from Mandrake 10.0 Official. I've recompiled my kernel before to add in support for things, but it's an aweful lot of trouble and I usually end up with something not working like it did before. I've got tons of extra HD space and I'm bored and suddenly have an interest in running some framebuffer software, can anyone recommend a distro that comes ready to run framebuffer software? It doesn't even have to include X, just a console and framebuffer support, Debian or Redhat based would be nice, but not necessary. Thanks.

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    I think Gentoo does...If not Gentoo then VidaLinux which is a Gentoo that is already built for you

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