On September 4, 2018 4:32:24 PM GMT+02:00, Yan Li <elliot.li.tech at gmail.com> wrote: >On 09/04/2018 01:51 AM, Patrick Laimbock wrote: >> As an alternative to the XPS15 there's the new Inspiron 15 7000 >series and the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme (though I have no idea if >either of them runs CentOS 7). >I have a Dell Inspiron 13 (8th generation) that I bought from Costco. I > >am running CentOS 7 on it. I was told that it has the same hardware of >XPS 13. > >Most things work well out of the box: wifi, suspend-to-ram, HDMI >output, >Audio over HDMI, touchscreen, etc. I don't remember tweaking anything. > >The only thing not working perfectly I could find: the screen doesn't >automatically rotate when being folded into tablet mode, but I just go >into GNOME settings and rotate the screen myself. Not a big deal. Then >I >can watch Twitch using it like a tablet. > >I'd check the XPS 15's wifi module before buying it. The Inspiron 13 I >have has Atheros, which doesn't require a proprietary binary driver. >Intel's are even better. I know sometimes Dell throws in Broadcomm wifi > >modules, which require the proprietary wl driver. > >-- >Yan Li >_______________________________________________ >CentOS mailing list >CentOS at centos.org >https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Thank you!