Husse wrote:Maybe I should not say something, but as far as I know ASUS is using a heavily tweaked Linux on the eee
and it may be hard to get something else to work (not impossible)
BlueSky wrote:I had this cute little thing in my paws and after a couple days hacking the original system, I can say that it's not quite easy to make a perfectly running system on EeePC. It's not just hardware that needs extra care. You also need to tune up the whole system. And that's a lot of work. Basically creating an extra edition of Mint for embedded devices seems like the best and easiest way.
What do you mean by "tune up the whole system"?
I can say that it's not quite easy to make a perfectly running system on EeePC.
Enhancements to Mandriva software management tools
Improvements have been made to the interface of the RPMdrake graphical software management tool. The search interface has been reorganized to provide more capabilities while being easier to understand and use. Packages can once more be sorted by size, and the flat list view has been re-introduced. The tool is now more friendly to low-resolution devices (such as the Eee): the package pane can be resized, and the large grey banner at the top of the tool is not displayed at lower resolutions.
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