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Can linux be installed on a Pentium II 300/333 or Celeron 300A cpu machine having an RAGE PRO AGP with 2 mb on the mother board. Will linux recognise the onboard display AGp and setup the Xserver properly. Does Linux recognise PII/ Celeron Cpus.
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The PII or Celeron will be no problem. The Rage Pro is support with a patch at http://www.angelfire.com/ca/rchau/patch.html
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