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Which Linux is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

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@Ajkula66, which version or flavour of Linux do you think is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

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Re: Which Linux is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

Usually, all Linux distributions has the same driver support. I think you should try Ubuntu because it's the easiest to install, configure and use.

 

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Re: Which Linux is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

They are all great. 

 

my personal favorite these days is linux mint 10

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Re: Which Linux is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

I'm very partial to Mint and run it on all of my ThinkPads...

There's other good stuff out there, depending on what one needs/wants, but Mint is pretty much plug and play on most machines that I've tried it on...

Good luck.

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Re: Which Linux is the best for a X60 and T60/61?

thanks George
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Jin Li

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