On 09/18/2010 11:50 AM, Alessandro Boggiano wrote:
> Thank Bruno for the tip!
> Unfortunately I can try un usb stick on them!
> I can rely only on the experience of this list.
If your bios supports booting off of external media
like usb storage, or firewire storage or even external
sata storage (if your computer has such external ports),
then you can boot usb stick with F14 on it.
> 2010/9/18 Bruno Wolff III<email@example.com>:
>> On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 17:43:35 +0200,
>> Alessandro Boggiano<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> I have to buy a second hand laptop and I have to choose between two
>>> Dell laptops!
>>> They are almost the same the only big difference is the video card:
>>> one has Nvidia 8600M GT 512MB and the other has a Radeon
>>> ATI HD3650 256 MB.
>>> My goal is soft video editing and normal use (web, office...) and of
>>> course all the 3D functions of kde!
>>> Any advice,please ?
>> If you can try them out with a live usb before buying, that would probably
>> be a good thing to do. You can get an F14 desktop livecd from:
>> Since we are are the step of building Beta RC images, the live image should
>> be a pretty good reflection of what to expect for video support for F14.
>> (Though there are still video test days scheduled to try and catch some
>> bugs before the general availability release.)
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