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IBM Thinkpad T22

I have had several T22s over the years.  Not a bad machine, but a known problem means they have a limited life (by my standards — I tend to use hardware longer than most, and it is sually already used by the time I get it — I'm what you might call a "late adopter"). Actually, since the problem is on the motherboard, I suppose one could fix it by simply replacing the motherboard; but since the machines are available quite cheaply second-hand that seems more trouble than it's worth. The various machines I had ran Slackware 11.0 for me for many years, ever since I stopped using "desktop" PCs altogether. My last model's specs were: Pentium III 700Mhz, 512MB, 30GB.

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