Asus EEEpc 1000
derek at pointerstop.ca
Mon Jan 26 02:16:25 UTC 2009
>> 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.
> I just gave up and and installed eeeUbuntu and removed Gnome and
> installed KDE, RaLink Wireless works fine in gnome but not KDE,
In which case I'd just install nm-applet (the gnome front-end for Network
manager) or wicd or anything else that works, but...
> kdenetwork won't let me enter a WEP key, If I check "Use Wireless
> Security" and click on "Expert setting" button it won't go any further
> to allow me to enter a WEP key.
If you're only going to use WEP, then why even bother? WEP is approximately
equivalent to no security at all...
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