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Re: Hardware sources?

For whatever it's worth, I get my machines from www.eurocom.com. They're
actually a local company that specialize in robust enterprise hardware.
They don't target Linux specifically, but you can buy a machine without any
OS. They have been my go-to for about ten years now.


On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 11:58 AM Barry McLarnon <bm [ at ] topazdesigns [ dot ] com> wrote:

> My Linux desktop system is getting rather long in the tooth and has some
> stability issues, so I'm looking to replace it.  It seems that the
> number of local sources for barebones PCs has dwindled almost to nothing
> since the last time I bought any hardware, and I'm looking for
> recommendations.
> Also, is there any particular hardware, especially graphics, that I
> should avoid due to iffy Linux support?  I've used openSUSE for many
> years and will probably give their Tumbleweed rolling release a whirl,
> but apparently it can be a real hassle if you don't have well-supported
> hardware.  I don't need state of the art, just a stable platform for
> general desktop use and some light-duty server stuff (web, mail, and
> some in-house streaming).
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions you may have on what to get and
> where to get it...
> Barry
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Jean-François Bilodeau
Senior technical trainer & system developer, Chronogears Inc.
MCT, MCSD (Web, App), MCSE (Cloud, SharePoint), Java, Linux



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