[xubuntu-users] Exceedingly Grateful

Roger linux.rog at gmail.com
Sun May 14 01:04:33 UTC 2017

On May 13, 2017 7:20:41 PM EDT, Peter Flynn <peter at silmaril.ie> wrote:
>On 13/05/17 23:12, chris wrote:
>> On 14/05/17 07:25, Peter Flynn wrote:
>>> On 13/05/17 20:22, Joao Monteiro wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>> Delighted to hear it.
>>>> Basically, I found a Xubuntu Xfce (desktop) version available for
>>>> download for 32 and 64 bit machines; downloaded both, installed the
>>>> bit on an old Asus eeepc 1000H which had Windows XP. Worked so well
>>> I have heard that this works — I was surprised because I have used
>>> recent Asus machines and they're basically rubbish.
>> Interested in your reasons why you say this?
>I see a lot of students coming into my office with laptop problems and
>there seem to be more Asus machines than any other. The most common
>problems are sticking or broken keys, random battery drain, sudden
>screen blanking, and hard disk noise. But maybe I am doing them an
>injustice: I have not used one myself.
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Re: ASUS and Xubuntu:

I installed Xubuntu on two variants of their old "netbooks" with no problems. They worked great even tho they maxed-out at 2 GB of ram. I even managed to dual boot as well as replace the HD with an SSD in the second one, which took a bit of prying and screwing around.

Excuse the top-post. Interspersing comments doesn't work well on this droid.
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