Need MOBO list and features that is best for Linux

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I'll be acquiring a brand new program with regard to Linux nowadays. Any tips concerning MOBO? This will more likely be running Deb, as well as Gnome. Would really like a MOBO that is certainly supported out of the box…

Is there a listing of MOBO's and support issues just about anyplace, that can believe in? rely on? or that will have confidence in?

 

am not searching for a nor hunting for a super fast system, just one that has support for most components and elements, and is steady as well as secure or firm…

Any suggestions would be very helpful.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #95599

Need MOBO list and features that is best for Linux

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I heard before from IT experts that amd and nvidia have better support for linux than intel and ati chips. As for ATI things might change since nvidia bought them. For my experience, I can say that linux runs better on nvidia video cards than ati cards. i have also heard that intel base mobo and processors runs slower than amd and nvidia.

Nvidia chipset not a super fast system and its can manage easily and smoother linux and its most components and elements, and is steady  as well as secure.

Any further query will be appreciated.

Paul

Answered By 0 points N/A #95600

Need MOBO list and features that is best for Linux

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Let me say something about Debian particularity: Debian wants to use totally free software; this option creates some problem regarding device drivers with non-free firmware.

It can happen that you must install some firmware or driver that Debian doesn’t provide.

If you want to go on a smoother way, you can try Ubuntu and after that, if no problems happen, you can try install Debian. Ubuntu is based on Debian and provides all drivers and firmware that you need.

You can find what you’re searching for; go to this Ubuntu website link: “Ubuntu Certified Hardware

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