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Table of Contents

Computers This Page Applies To

Frequently Asked Questions

Setting Up Linux To Coexist With Windows98/NT

Base Installation

PCMCIA Configuration

Modem

X Windows

Sound

Accessing the Linux filesystem from Windows98/NT

Other Links

Laptop Cases and Travel Bags

Other Flavors Of UNIX

My Configuration

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Laptop Cases and Travel Bags

There are all kinds of laptop cases and travel bags out there. What is best for you depends on your own needs and tastes. Check out the carrying case links on the Linux Information Page. I personally use a Kensington Saddle Bag, which I really like. The 15" I7k fits quite nicely inside, and the saddlebag can be slung over one shoulder, used as a backpack, or carried in one hand the traditional way. More importantly, it doesn't look like a laptop case and thus will not attact undesired attention in areas prone to theft. My only complaint is that because it is not a conventional laptop case, there really isn't any good place to store loose computer components like PCMCIA cards, or even the laptop AC power supply. Of course it all fits, just not in nice organized compartments.


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