Even Android 2.1 works fine on my G1 if I use a decent ROM like Cy Mod.
Legacy hardware can run the latest Android IF the developers want it to. Its down to the time tha tthey put into making it compatable.
5 posts • joined 12 Jul 2007
I thought Dell sold online - so she must have had a way to access the net?
AND its really, really hard to buy a linx based Dell on their site.
AFAIK the 'repair netqwork; does the equivalent of a dhclient <iface> i.e it drops your connection and gets a new DHCP lease. You could of course unplug and it would do tthe same.
Im quite happy with my Ubuntu install (Originally 4.10 - and seen every update since with no issues - how many windows systems can say that! ) But I now ~DualBot Vista and 8.10 as I got a new PC. Both run like a Dream - Vista is much much slower with file based tasks though.
She had plenty ways to get help and never pursued them - if I spent tha much on a laptop I sure as hell would. Its her own fault if she gets flamed here.
But not until someone made the point that the BBC license fee is a levy on those with Television receiving equipment that I saw where the 'other camp' was coming from.
If they charge a license for owning a PC then I expect it to work on my PC, until then I'll wait till the DRM is cracked, and I don't give it long...
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