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Linux on Shuttle Spacewalker SS40

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Hello there,

can anyone tell me, wether it is possible to install Linux (e.g. RedHat) on a Shuttle Spacewalker SS40?

Here some facts about this system:
mainboard: socket A micro-ATX
processor: AMD Athlon or Duron
chipset: SiS740/SiS961
graphics: SiS315
sound: C-Media 8738-PCI-Audio-Hardware-Controller
onboard connections: firewire, USB, LAN

more infos on www.spacewalker.com

Thanks...
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Yes you can.  Those components should be automagically detected during the setup process.
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Yes you can.  Those components should be automagically detected during the setup process.
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