Alrighty, a question for those of you who are Linux inclined, such as myself. But hopefully those who know more than me (not hard). I have my new lappy in the mail, an Asus F3... and I am planning to do dual boot goodness with Kubuntu/XP. For the Linux distro... I was planning to go with Kubuntu since I like the interface.. and basically was planning to add in a number of the programs I regularly use from BT2. Now my laptop will support up to 4 gigs of RAM, which someday I was planning to upgrade to... and to fully utilize that I would need a 64 bit OS yes? My question is this... is the driver support/program support out there for 64 bit Linux Distros, or is it like XP/Vista where it would be a major pain in the arse to get drivers.. and more than likely half my programs wouldn't work? The programs in question being Metasploit, Nessus, Nmap, aircrack, and so forth. Ideas?
Thank you ahead of time for your responses, I've been very pleased thus far with the help I've seen given here. You are all doing a good job.
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