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Fedora Linux (HCL) hardware compatibility list

If you are not able to obtained Fedora Core HCL then it is available online via Red Hat site. Whatever HCL supported by Redhat Linux (RHEL) is also suppored by Fedora core linux. Here are direct links to Red Hat Hardware compatibility List as well as other site that will help you to make your final decsion:

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  • Steve Peach January 3, 2009, 1:32 pm

    Hi, there.
    I’m running Ubuntu 8.10 on a Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo Mobile.

    I’ve tried downloading and installing Fedora on both ‘live’ CD and DVD formats, to no avail.

    Are you aware of any ‘X’ or general graphics-related problems between Fujitsu laptops and Fedora?

    Steve Peach.

  • J.L. Miranda November 22, 2010, 7:22 pm

    I tried to install a Fedora 12 O.S. in a Laptop HP Pavilion dv6 2112 sa over the DVD ROM. The installer “Anaconda” crashed upon starting. Why? The hard disc has sufficient free space. Is it a hardware incompatibility problem?
    Thank you for help
    J.L. Miranda

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