inxi -F doesn't run in Ubuntu 10.4. Is that a report of conflicts, or a list of hardware?
Was going to replace the balky aging Ubuntu with it- though only have a lousy 7.5 gigs space on that partition (w .7g left)- still have 1g left on netbook adjusting for equiv size drive. Can I save the settings from my Ubuntu and reload them in Peppermint? ZDnet guy says Mint 15 is best OS ever- but that needs more space and resources, eh? Western Digital says their externals are ALL SATA or native USB, so I won't be cracking that case to get bigger and better PATA HD, sadly. Hate to put any more money into this junker, but considering what Pep3 did for netbook, it could give it a new lease on life. Going on 7 years now.