On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 11:00:33 -0700
"Steve Franks" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> The freebsd laptop page is a nice resource, but it's a bit heavy on
> specifics (i.e. I have a laptop I want to install on), not so good
> generally (want to buy a laptop).  So anyone have realworld advice?
> I'm not against something used in the 1GHz+ range.
> 
> <I have a compaq that is %#&*!^$.  The pcmcia will not work, the
> ndiswrapper for the broadcom panics, etc.  So, compaq is right out
> (the've always maintained their poor reputation, no?) - so compaq is
> out.  Seems gateway has an equally bad rap>
> 
> Thanks,
> Steve
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As for me, I have never had problems with running FreeBSD on Sony VAIO laptops. 
I use Sony PCG-TR3/B and all except motion eye (didn't tested) is working here. 
I had experience trying to get working FreeBSD at Amilo Pa2510, but had 
troubles with Radeon x1200 video-card. So you should look at laptops with intel 
videocards or ndidia.

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