What kingd of rig Are you running
I was curious to know what king of set up my fellow Linux Journal Readers are running.
Here Is the Spece for my Home Network
Prudent ( Hp Pavillion a6230n (Ubuntu 8.04))
Physical Memory ( Ram ) 3.25GB
SDA: 400 gb Western Digital
SDB 300gb Western Digital
On oarsd Video NVidia GeForce 6150 SE
Network Card 3com 3c905b
Evga Nvidia Geforce 8400 GS 256 MB on board memory
Chrome (Dell Diminsion c4600( mused as A free nas File Server))
Monitor Dell 2005 FFPW 20.1 Flat Panel Highest resoution 1680 by 1050
CPU Imtel Pentium 4 @c 2.4 GHZ
HDA 120GB Western Digital
On board Video, lan and Sound.
Zinc (13'' White MacBook)
2.1 GHZ Intel Core Z2 Duo
SDA 120GB Hatachi
On board Sound, Video, Ethernet, Wireless and Webcam
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