[lug] Suggestions for hardware supported linux systems

Hugh Brown hugh at math.byu.edu
Fri Oct 18 21:16:49 MDT 2002

you could try penguincomputing.com

We have one box from them that has worked nicely (had a problem with
some bad memory but we had 24 hr onsite response and it was taken care
of pretty quickly).  If I have my choice, we'll be getting more systems
from them in the future.


On Fri, 2002-10-18 at 15:03, Orion Poplawski wrote:
> Everyone -
>    I'm starting a new gig and am faced with supporting a moderately large 
> number of linux desktops.  I've already encountered a number of systems that 
> are locking up completely for unknown reasons.  Currently, the hardware in 
> use is whatever has been lying around or an assembled system from some 
> mail-order shop.  This makes my job that much harder trying to track down 
> problems.
>    I'd like to move to a supplier who would be able to service the machines 
> if these problems came up.  Any suggestions?
> - Orion
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