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19 February 2008 13:00

EeePC

The Asus EeePC is a low cost ultra portable notebook computer. To install Ubuntu on the Asus EeePC in it's stock form, you will have to create a USB based bootable installer or use a USB-connected CD-ROM drive to run/install Ubuntu. In addition to this, a few simple software modifications will have to be completed for hardware support.

eeeXubuntu [EeeUser Eee PC Wiki]

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eeeXubuntu is a custom version of the Xubuntu 7.10 Live CD with fully-integrated hardware support, including native wireless drivers, functioning Ethernet support, tweaks for low-resolution desktop environments, and other miscellaneous fixes. Wherever possible, these changes are incorporated using custom .deb packages rather than spewing assorted files all over post-install. (Screenshot) The goal of this project is to maintain a easy-to-install Xubuntu Live CD image for the eeePC, allowing for a reliable base Xubuntu install. One strong advantage of development for the eeePC is a common hardware platform shared by all users. (Those who are missing a miniPCI slot may, of course, disagree.)

19 February 2008 10:00

(eee)(x)Ubuntu sur eeePC !

Retour d'expérience sur l'installation d'ubuntu sur eeePC