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    Default Lenovo 3000 N200 - good for a second hand Linux laptop?

    Hello,

    I might be picking up a cheap 150$ Lenevo 3000 N200 laptop and I want to know if anyone has any experience with it using a modern Linux distribution.

    CPU: 2.16 Ghz Intel T3400 Dual Core processor
    GPU: Intel GMA X3100 graphics
    RAM: 2 GB (up to 4 GB supported)

    So is this a good deal, and how well would say Fedora 16 run on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
    Hello,

    I might be picking up a cheap 150$ Lenevo 3000 N200 laptop and I want to know if anyone has any experience with it using a modern Linux distribution.

    CPU: 2.16 Ghz Intel T3400 Dual Core processor
    GPU: Intel GMA X3100 graphics
    RAM: 2 GB (up to 4 GB supported)

    So is this a good deal, and how well would say Fedora 16 run on it?
    you post this linux hardware tropic in the off-tropic part of the linux forum...

    on your question the people only can answer your question if you tell them what you want to do with this notebook in linux.

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    Mostly software development and school use, though we would also would like to do some light gaming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
    Mostly software development and school use, though we would also would like to do some light gaming.
    sure why not. i don't see a problem with your notebook here.

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