I'm going shopping for all the pieces to put my Linux box together tomorrow. I haven't quite made up my mind yet but I think I'll either be going with Red Hat or Corel Linux distributions.
Can anyone point me to lists of supported hardware since I'll be buying each piece by itself and assembling the whole system. (I spent 30 minutes on Corel's site and couldn't find a list or much information at all!).
More importantly I hear that the distribution itself doesn't really matter. It's the kernel and available drivers. So I guess what I would love to have is a list of hardware for which there is a driver.
I'd like to take that list with me when I go shopping for parts tomorrow.
Distributions based on the same kernel tree do support the same hardware. Your question specifically referenced RedHat and Corel, and they don't support the same hardware because they use two different
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