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by /u/DEDSEK · 1 votes · 4 months ago

need to know exactly if asus tuf FX506LHB-HN359 laptops support Parrot os or ubuntu without any hardware error

I need a quick answer and to know with extreme certainty please help me

Thank you

Comments (6)
/u/fohshizzle2 · 3 votes · 4 months ago · Link

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/u/Shakybeats M · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

You should be fine.

/u/Espionage5926 · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

your quickest and easiest solution is to flash a live usb with parrot or ubuntu, then boot from it and see if it works,

nobody can answer your question unless they have used parrot or ubuntu on the same laptop - otherwise you would need to check all the hardware your laptop uses and then compare it with the kernel driver support for the distros (not going to happen)

/u/Empty_wishes · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

why not use live usb ??

/u/SomethingProfound P · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

Create a bootable Live USB to test it. There may be drivers available that aren't included in the live image, not sure if parrot has non-free release, pretty sure ubuntu does. The "Non-Free" releases contain proprietary drivers.

/u/TC-21 · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

Yes it's supprted, this doesn't seem worthy of Dread ask reddit next. Also dude come on just boot from USB as test, use Etcher and make an install or Live USB. It ain't hard friend