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Old 16-01-2010, 07:55 AM   #16
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I've always pronounced it "Line-Ucks" could be the Alabama comming out in me though?

any idea how Linux runs on AMD machines?
granted, i know Intel chip-sets are actually starting to beat AMD once more, AMD is now more worried about improving the ATI GPU's since they acquired them, but non the les, i prefer the stability of an AMD machine over Intel.

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Linux should work fine on AMD generally. Many of the computers at my work are linux on Opterons I believe.
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