All of a sudden my keyboard and trackpad don't work on my Asus 1001P netbook. I'm on the latest version. Not sure if it's Ubuntu or a hardware issue. How do I rule out hardware as the issue? Anyone else having similar trouble with an Asus netbook or notebook?
I've installed Android-x86 on my old Asus EeePC 1001P - so far so good! But now I have several questions and will be very thankfull if somebody has the patience to answer me :)
1st and most important - during the installation i've made a partition - 2047MB, but now the system sees only 2 gb, the other partitions (158gb) are not visible.
I installed Ubuntu on 1015-CX netbook by Asus but it lags like hell. I saw a video of Ubuntu here http://www.ubuntu.com/phone in which the CEO says that Asus is shipping with Ubuntu. If its supported then why its lagging on my netbook ? I had very high hopes to use Ubuntu out of the box on my netbook but all went in vain. :(
I want to buy a cheap netbook (Asus Eee PC 4G 701). Will I be able to write an essay on the Linux netbook and transfer to Microsoft Word on my home computer, and it is difficult? If you have any further knowledge / experience of this netbook, it would be very apreciada.Gracias!
ASUS, uno dei produttori da qualche anno impegnati (seppur in minima parte) nella diffusione di Linux in campo consumer/desktop, ha preso la decisione di produrre un nuovo netbook con Ubuntu preinstallata.
Announced earlier this month, the Asus eeeBook will be an inexpensive small form-factor laptop. A netbook was my original #! endeavor. Any thoughts on #! on the eeeBook? (I worry the UEFI will give me grief.)http://gizmodo.com/asus-is-resurrecting … 1629984781