so I have been playing with a few live cd linux distributions on a MC238LL/A mac mini... and I couldn't help falling in love with fedora 17...
F17 looks and behaves so good that now whenever I'm using OSX or W7 I'm just thinking about it...
I need to install it ASAP... but here's the problem: a lot of the hardware doesn't work.
I've noticed when I start Ubuntu 12.10 it immediately shows me a 'Device Driver' detection program and asks me to install proprietary drivers (otherwise wi-fi etc won't work), and this is amazing since you just have to click around and the thing installs the proprietary drivers for you.
My question is this:
Should I go to ubuntu and write down the name of the drivers that show up on that detection program and then go to F17 and download them one by one and install them one by one? I take it since there are drivers availale in ubuntu the same drivers work in F17 right?
Is there a automatic detection program for F17 like the one in ubuntu that I can download and use?
thx in advance