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Adesso mi rimangono da risolvere due problemi, poi dovrei essere a posto: Thus I am afraid you are stuck with Ubuntu So now I know where it gets stuck. If it doesn’t work, please try to download and reinstall the Wireless driver from the following link: My name is Pig and it’s my pleasure to help you with your problem.

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Hi, sorry I didn’t specifically test battery life, but I can generally tell you that it seems mostly comparable to Windows; I have 1GB ram so Win 7 is not an option, you can strip it down but it is still too heavy, it starts swapping too easily, becoming almost unusable. The c, as well as many other netbooks in the same price range, is sold with Windows 7 Starter Edition preinstalled, a decent operating system, but very much resources hungry; since the c can’t be easily upgraded to more than its starting 1GB, just opening a few applications easily fills the memory up and results in disk swapping and terrible sluggishness.

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[SOLVED] Eeepc c Graphics Driver Issue w/ Lubuntu–Fails on Boot

I’m the guy from the SuperUser Question: The install went well but I am unable to turn on the wireless card now. Just installed Ubuntu On boot push F5 or Tab, it depends on the tool you use to start it and add asks kernel option at the end: Press F10 save and exit. My name is Pig and it’s my pleasure to help you with your problem.


Following you until “mv lightdm. I have followed linix guide on a similar blog about installing ubuntu to c, and the PC failed on me. Sign up using Facebook.

Also, is there anything else that is not working under Lubuntu on c, apart from poor 3D acceleration? Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. You 102c5 log in or sign up to post here.

I am out of luck. I would say that one has to remove PAE only if he has troubles. Basic unaccelerated desktop functionality can be achieved by tweaking both live and installed version setup.

For your issue, please restore the BIOS for a try. I’m pretty sure it’s a graphics card driver issue. Perhaps there’s a way to fix it without going back to precise? I don’t have any idea how to make it launch automatically though.

I think it could have kernel 3. Despite Asus’ good history eeee Linux, it seems this machine doesn’t want to run Linux. It’s a super little machine for the money – I just wish I didn’t have to use Windows.


ASUS EeePC wireless problem

The last two lines are: An output of uname -r gave an output of 3. Generic kernels are still used for some releases such as Lubuntu.

What Assu can’t explain is why it’s unusable with hibernate function: You will have to wait until the driver comes to Linux if it comesin the meantime you can use the vesa driver, but this driver has no acceleration at all.

Find More Posts by eudemonis. You need to select the pae kernel from the boot menu, and, possibly, remove the non-pae ones, so that they don’t confuse you. I know realize, I must restore the partitions to their original state.

Hotkeys, sleep, certain types of videos, bluetooth, card reader? That is an optional step which must be done only if you already have a black screen.