Asus EEEpc 1000
art.alexion at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 00:52:21 UTC 2009
Yep. I install ubuntu-eee on our small, but growing fleet of 1000s at
work. I keep 8.04 because of LTS, but there really shouldn't be a
problem upgrading to 8.10 if you want (according to the eee-user
On 1/24/09, Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> Jim wrote:
>>> Install Eeebuntu. Open Synaptic. Install KDE.
>>> On boot you should be able to choose the desktop manager. I believe
>>> default is the last used so once your into KDE and shut down it should
>>> be the default desktop.
>>> I'm sure if I missed something someone else will answer.
>> Thanks for the info, but I don't want to go back to that early of a
>> Kubuntu version.
>> Hopefully someone may make a eeebuntu-9.04.
>> I understand kernel-2.6.28-5.12 has the wireless driver I need for my
>> eeePC 1000 Ralink Rt2790 card.
> There's no need to "go back". Start with whatever Ubuntu you can get,
> update the repositories to the current version, upgrade, and install
> kubuntu-desktop. Done. Don't boot to the newest kernel if it doesn't
> support the EEE.
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