Let's face it, Linux and hardware are like the strike of lightning:, or sex:
If it's right - it happens.
If its wrong; there's a lot of huffing and puffing, tears that fall like rain and a lot of concern. but most of the time its fatal.
When I saw the first SunMicrosystems Adverts for OpenSolaris (just prior to the full Oracle takeover) installed on a Toshiba Netbook N205. I was gassed!
I have recently bought a Sony Vaio Netbook VPCW12S1E, with Windows 7 Starter installed on it.
I would like to install Ubuntu's Netbook Remix on it. I have made the bootable usb stick, but the problem is I can't find how to enter it's bios to make the netbook startup from usb.
The netbook remix comes with a very nice interface (probably the main reason why I bother to write of the so many issues with Ubuntu). Yet that interface comes with one major problem: clicking on the listed partition in the files/bookmarks section would lead to nothing.
Hey guys, i recently installed the 9.10 Netbook Remix on my netbook, but the new menu just runs dog slow on my netbook. Is there anyway i can get a regular looking desktop while still keeping the Netbook remix version on my netbook?
I'm planning on purchasing an Eee Netbook after the holidays and want to put linux on it. I've run Ubuntu for a couple years now and really like it but I want to make sure that I get the most out of the netbook. I've been doing some research and I'm not exactly sure what to do.
Hi , I'm quite new to Ubuntu, I recently broke my laptop and in order to get back online cheaply I bought a second hand netbook. I installed Ubuntu (ubuntu 10.10 netbook remix)in order to speed it up a bit as windows 7 was too much for the 1gb ram.