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OS for minibook

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Posted on 31-03-08 00:27
I have recently bought an asus eee pc and I am looking to put a new OS on it. It comes with xandros but I would like to change it to a new one. I have the limitation of screen size, though (ram can be upgraded and I can use sd cards to boost memory). I was wondering what you guys think would be good. I have been looking at ubuntu(and offshoots of it), fedora, and freespire. Any other suggestions of good Operating systems that would work well with the minibook?


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Posted on 31-03-08 01:55
backtrack 3 beta works perfectly on eeepcs. Ive got it as an HD install on mine.

http://www.remote. . .




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Posted on 08-04-08 02:02
this would mostly be for surfing, typing, and all around things. I wouldn't be doin much graphic or audio work though.


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Posted on 08-04-08 07:37
<off topic> is it possible to use an external optical drive for the asus eeepc? i was just curious:radio:</off topic>



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Posted on 08-04-08 10:54
well, i heard that some people managed to install Leopard on it. http://uneasysile. . ./11/12654/

for xubuntu: http://johnbiehle. . .the-eeepc/

and there's a forum for those fortunate enough to own an Eee PC. http://forum.eeeu. . .


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