Best netbook for Kubuntu?
Billie Erin Walsh
bilwalsh at swbell.net
Wed Jul 15 20:06:37 UTC 2009
I've got an Asus EeePC 900A and love it. I had an EeePC 4gig but traded
"up". Not running Kubuntu but Eeebuntu. The choice was because it's a
specially optimized version of Ubuntu just for the E. No fiddling or
anything. _Everything_ just works "right-out-of-the-box".
Brian Norman Wootton wrote:
>>> I'm shopping around for a new mini laptop or netbook for writing. I'm
>>> looking at the Dell mini with Ubuntu (I figure it shouldn't be too
>>> hard to install Kubuntu on it) but I want to make the best purchase
>> I got a Dell Mini 9 and it works perfectly with Kubuntu 9.04, but the sad
>> thing is that Dell discontinued it. The Dell Mini 10 still looks okay, but it
>> is more expensive and you can not get a very large flash drive with it.
> A friend of mine bought an Acer Aspire One 150 with linpus lite for £199. He
> didn't get on with it LL so I installed Intrepid on it for him, but he didn't
> get on with that either(he is 83)so I installed XP on it for him, he was happy
> for a day, then the screen went totally blank on him, so I told him to contact
> Acer. Acer had it picked up, fixed and sent back to him in 3 days at no charge.
> They replaced the BIOS flash memory, his XP was still there.
> So if I get a netbook I shall certainly look at what Acer have got.
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