Hi Framework, I just noticed a typo, that the Linux compatibility page https://frame.work/linux - Compatibility - “Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS Community Forum” link refers wrongly to the guide URL https://guides.frame.work/Guide/Ubuntu+20.04+LTS+Installation+on+the+Framework+Laptop/117?lang=en. Maybe you want to fix it.
Isn’t just that the guide to 20.04 covers 20.04.* and that 20.04.4 is just the last release of 20.04 ?
Seeing other distros forum links on the compatibility table, the links refer the forum thread URLs, not guide URLs. Maybe this link https://community.frame.work/t/ubuntu-20-04-4-lts-on-the-framework-laptop/5702 is correct there.
This is awesome. Thanks
I noticed that the Linux compatibility page: https://frame.work/linux has an issue when seeing the page on my smartphone (FairPhone 3) and a PC browser (Firefox on Mac) with a narrow width. It seems the issue comes from the page’s interactive design depending on the page width.
The section titles are as follows in the wider page width.
- Framework Laptop (12th Gen Intel® Core™) Compatibility
- Framework Laptop (11th Gen Intel® Core™) Compatibility
However, the section titles are as follows on narrow page width. It’s just the same "Check your distro compatibility. " 2 times. Below is the screenshot. It confused me. Maybe it’s better to add “12th Gen” and “11th Gen” for each title, to distinguish both titles.
I can confirm I’m seeing this as well. Page-width dependent / responsive UI CSS related.