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Suggest a disro for dual boot
will any linux in laptop support SUSE 10.2 on my desktop and network with it or it has to be SUSE only??
I am a newbie to LINUX (Dec 2006).. so please guidedr_smit
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im pretty new to linux too, but from what ive seen, fedora, DSL (damn small linux) or gentoo would probably be good for what you want, though if you plan to do a lot of multimedia stuff, Dynebolic is the way to go.
Check the link in my sig - this should get you going.
If I understand your last question properly, you can network different distros together. It is usually the software that makes the connections between the computers.
For your laptop, check out here: http://www.linux-on-laptops.com/fujitsu.html
This site outlines people's past experience with Linux and Fujitsu. I couldn't find your model but it might still be worth the look.
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Personally, out of Fedora 6, Suse 10.2 and Debian Etch 4 that I have tried on my laptop, I definetly will stick to Debian - it's worked the fastest and very stable. Networking OS's together depends on the programs that you use to do that with.Gentoo 2.6.24 amd64
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