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2. How do I determine my Linux distribution?
(CommunityAnswers / Distributions)
3. Why doesn't my Flash drive work on EeePC g2
(CommunityAnswers / Netbooks)
4. Why doesn't my Flash drive work on EeePC g2
(CommunityAnswers / Netbooks)
5. Why doesn't my Flash drive work on EeePC g2
(CommunityAnswers / Netbooks)
What does a file system engineer living in Minnesota have in common with a woman from Uganda working on maintaining Linux systems and a research and computing scientist working at a medical university? ...
... lot of eyeballs that might not have otherwise have seen or considered it. Definitely a “plus one” for Linux, to use Google+ terminology. 2. The New Asus EeePC 1225C  Also in recent weeks we've ...
9. Weekend Project: Configure Your Keyboard Into Submission
(Learn Linux/Linux How to and Tutorials)
... keys is usually a collection of ad-hoc solutions that vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, but it can almost always be done. For ASUS EEE PCs, install the eeepc-acpi-scripts package. For Lenovo Thinkpads, ...
10. Ubuntu With a K
(Community Blogs/Desktops)
... they had tried the default Xandros installation on their EeePC (which sucks, for that matter), or because they had tested Strangebuntu/Tomboctubuntu, a variant of a variant of a variant of Ubuntu. Fortunately, ...
11. Bluetooth, a Cell Phone and a Netbook
(Learn Linux/Linux How to and Tutorials)
... Asus eeePC 1000HE with a 130 GB disk and 2 GB of memory. The little machine also had a Logitech Nano notebook mouse and uses the Atom N280 processor. The test cell devices included a sleek late-model ...
12. Linux 2.6.33-rc5 Released
(Software/Linux Kernel)
... > 9600 baud Staging: et131x: Fix 2.6.33rc1 regression in et131x Alan Jenkins (1): eeepc-laptop: disable cpu speed control on EeePC 701 Alan Stern (4): USB: fix bitmask merge ...
13. Exploring Embedded Linux with Xport Pro
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
This past year I've had the good fortune to review an eeePC powered Netbook, the Fit-PC, and the Plug Computer. All were new, capable, and progressively smaller Linux machines. Readers may also ...
14. Living without a Windows key
(Community Blogs/General Linux)
... existed with Asus, who had a huge success with Linux with the EeePC, but suddenly, and mysteriously, suddenly started marketing against Linux with the "It's Better With Windows" campaign on their own website. ...
15. External Linux Monitor Adventures
... Netbook (eeePC) can push a 1440 x 900 picture out to the external RGB port. Only using external monitors once in a while, though, presents problems. People inevitably wait until the last minute to hook ...
16. Linux 2.6.32-rc7 Released
(Software/Linux Kernel)
... Tuckley (1): RealView: Remove duplicated #define REALVIEW_SYS_FLAGS* statements Corentin Chary (1): Revert "eeepc-laptop: Prevent a panic when disabling RT2860 wireless when associated" Crane ...
17. How To Kick Your Friends in the Face: GMA500
(Software/Linux Developer Network)
... chipset. When it comes to Linux support, especially in the mobile realm, Intel had the best support hands down. In fact, even my first generation Asus EeePC with the tiny 7‚Äù screen supported Compiz ...
18. Fedora 11 Security Update: kernel-
(DistributionCentral/Linux Security)
... ACPI errors (battery?) on Asus eeepc 1002HA 525681 - Wrong temperature reported to the kernel causing Fedora to shutdown 520119 - virtio_net page allocation failure 525743 - Regression between 2.6.29 and ...
19. Linux 2.6.32-rc5 Released
(Software/Linux Kernel)
... fix possible problem with jiffies wraparound cfq-iosched: fix think time allowed for seekers cfq-iosched: avoid probable slice overrun when idling Darren Salt (2): eeepc-laptop: Prevent ...
20. Sophisticated Picture Taking With gPhoto
... successfully on¬†my Asus eeePC Netbook with eeeBuntu and a headless Plug Computer running Ubuntu. Here is the basic form of the command. rreilly> gphoto2¬†[--options]Capturing an image from the command ...
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