I use Ubuntu on my Netbook, Acer Aspire One. It has only 8 GB SSD as storage. The disk space is always tight there. That is why I install Lubuntu on it. Light and quick respond. After a few months use and a few times update. The free space is even tight. I have to
I have a Acer Aspire One, which is 8GB SSD version with XP home. It is very slow, because of the SSD is MLC. I have been installed Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04 on it. Now I feel it is time to give it a new face. I am still like to use Ubuntu as desktop.
Ubuntu Netbook Edition is designed for Netbook. Such as what I have, Acer Aspire One with 8GB only. First of all. Download the UNE from the official site. The ISO file is about 700MB. It took me 40 minutes to complete download. The second step is Create my own UNE flash drive It is bootable
It is 3 days to go. Ubuntu 9.10 has many new features since Ubuntu 9.04. I just list the features I like below: ext4 by default better disk performance Kubuntu Netbook release I have the netbook. Empathy replace pidgin support voice and video Ubuntu One personal 2G storage for free
Ubuntu has a branch version, Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR). For Ubuntu 9.04, UNR is released at the same time. It is designed based on regular Ubuntu, but remixed for Netbook. For users: * New Interface – built for accessing your favourite on and off-line applications rapidly and optimised for the restricted screen size this is
I am planning to install coming Ubuntu 9.04 on my Netbook, Acer one. You know, Acer One netbook does not have CD-Rom. I don’t have USB CD-Rom either. So I have to use an USB disk to do this job. First of all, I need to know the requirement of installation. 1) Can I boot
Ubuntu will release 9.04 in three days. I will upgrade my Ubuntu box when it is really released. Now I would like to go through the ne features of Ubuntu 9.04 Ubuntu 9.04 includes the latest GNOME 2.26 desktop environment. brasero All in one CD-burning application. It is default. gnome-display-properties has new features to support
I installed a Ubuntu 8.10 last Friday for Grace. Actually, it is Edubuntu. That means install Ubuntu 8.10 desktop version on PC first. Than install Edubuntu add-on on it. There is a lot of software for free. Free to install, free to use. For kids learning. What about Ubuntu 9.04