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I'm toying with the idea of installing Linux onto my laptop, but, I'm reluctant, because I doubt that there are drivers around to make it work. (I have a Mitsubishi Pedion P233 which is now no longer being manufactured and is not supported beyond Windows 95 - I discovered this after installing Windows 98 on it, only having to revert back to Windows 95).
So, is it a viable option to install Linux on such a machine?