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I'm running Lucid on my 901, and I found that connecting to WPA just didn't work with network-manager. (And eventually network manager starting confusing my saved connections, updating one when I was trying to modify another. It became a total mess.) Installing wicd fixed all this. Run sudo apt-get install wicd you'll probably then want to sudo apt-get purge network-manager
GPointingDeviceSettings is a GUI tool for setting pointing device such as TrackPoint or Touchpad. Each UI can be written as dynamic loadable module, so a third party can add its own UI. Mouse type device Middle button emulation
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and if you have questions related to your ubuntu system post question to our forums . Thanks for visiting! eee-control is an easy-to-use utility for controlling Eee PC hardware under Linux. It can toggle hardware (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.) on and off, lets you configure all hardware hotkeys, enables aggressive powersaving, and more. Features
This page only contains advice for obsolete releases of Ubuntu. Best is to delete it and write a new one from scratch. Some EeePC 900 and 1000 users have found that the Ethernet connection does not function after a fresh Ubuntu installation (this does not seem to affect every user) ( Bug #219662 ). Installing Ubuntu via PXE
hi deed, i tried following your initial instructions but i when i have my usb in and i boot from that drive i just get 'missing operating system'. i have the '"boot" and "BT3" directories on my usb device as per the instructions- the thing is i couldnt understand in the install.txt: " Copy the "boot" and "BT3" Directory to the root of your USB device. [How do you get the 'root directory'?] Under Linux, change directory to the freshly copied /boot directory on the USB device. [Change which directory?] MAKE sure your're in the "boot" directory on the USB device!"
When the Asus Eee PC came out last year, we found that the eeextremely eeenticing subnotebook had the potential to be a real game-changer . Indeed, the diminutive wonder has spawned countless imitation products from a wide range of other vendors. Although the Eee is my favorite laptop for traveling, its Xandros-based Linux distribution is getting crufty and beginning to show its age.
Here's my guide to installing Windows XP on your EEEPC. Firstly, let me just say, that this is the method I used to install it. I've read and seen many other methods to do this. This is just what I did. If you feel there is an easier way, or that a step can be done quicker, feel free to post. Update Note: I've only ever tested this on an EEEPC701 model.
Manufacturer: Asus While the original Eee PC was extremely popular for being extremely inexpensive and having a diminutive 7” screen size, many complained that the 800x480 screen was too small and the 8GB of hard drive space just too limiting. Available from May 1st in the UK, Asus will release the first major redesign of the original Eee; the Eee PC 900. It features a larger 8.9” LED backlit screen with a 1024x600 resolution.