Ubuntu 9.04 has now been released in Desktop, Server and Netbook Remix (NBR) versions. The NBR version supports a range of Netbooks including the Asus EeePC range.
After spending time getting your PC or netbook running just the way that you want the last thing you want to have to do is redo all of the steps again when something goes wrong. A few simple steps can help save lots of time should it ever be necessary to reinstall the Operating System […]
The EeePC was the first of a new generation of notebook computers now referred to as netbooks. These small, ultra-portable and low priced computers came installed with a customised Xandros Linux distribution, which whilst suitable for new computer users severely limited what more experienced users could do. Several EeePC customised versions of Linux distributions rapidly […]
EeeBuntu 2 is based upon Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex release) which sadly does not include OpenOffice.org 2.4.1 in the official repositories used for installing software onto a Ubuntu based PC. However, if you want the latest and greatest version of the free OpenOffice suite its relatively straightforward to install.
The Asus Eee PC is sufficiently small and portable that it is easy to take with you when you’re out and about. Which also increases the risk of it getting lost or stolen. The data on the Eee may be more valuable that the computer itself so I wanted to set up my Home directory […]
Synchronise documents and files between multiple computers regardless of whether they’re Windows, Linux or Mac. Dropbox is an excellent free service that uses Amazon’s S3 technology to make file synchronisation easy to use, secure, quick and, lets not forget, free.