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Linux Distributions Specially Optimized for the Eee PC

With the Eee PC and other netbooks increasing in popularity everyday, we're seeing a boom in the Linux distribution scene. With new customized distributions coming out for these netbooks regularly, we won't be stuck with slow clunky low-power devices.
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Netbooks bleed Microsoft profits: It's about to get worse

Microsoft has achieved something of a Pyhrric victory against Linux-based Netbooks: it now claims 96 percent of the Netbook market, but...
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Death of Linux on Netbooks Greatly Exaggerated

Article Source Ars Technica
April 16, 2009, 7:33 am

Netbooks and other small form-factor computing devices are growing in popularity. These low-budget products are looking increasingly relevant in the current economy and are attracting consumers who are looking for better value and mobility. This trend offers a unique chance for the open source Linux platform--which is well-suited for netbooks and doesn't add any licensing costs--to gain some much-needed traction.

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Make your Asus Eee PC cooler with these software tweaks

The current Eee PC models are shipped with a version of Skype that doesn't support the built-in webcam. There is probably a reasonable explanation for this, but that doesn't mean you have to put up with the situation.
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