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Fenderian_MayhewDecember 8th, 2010, 05:31 PM1)Ubuntu 10.10 maverick 2)Gateway 3)m275 tablet PC As far as i have used it Ubuntu 10.10 is good for the M275. Now I can never come return. cgallatyDecember 9th, 2010, 04:11 AM1) Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Remix 2) Acer 3) Aspire One D255 Painless install. eksivusJanuary 4th, 2011, 03:13 AMUbuntu 10.10 Netbook Edition HP mini 110-3000 CTO This model, and many others in the 110 series, will freeze on shut down. this page

When should linear regression be called "machine learning"? I also wiped out w******:P joseph2153December 25th, 2010, 01:27 AMProbably the best laptop i have ever used with ubuntu would have to be the HP Dv5 11xx series everything works perfectly How would other planets in a solar system be affected by the disappearance of one planet? synicalxFebruary 1st, 2011, 08:12 AMLappy - Acer 4741G OS - 10.10, doesn't work 100% due to no wireless and Nvidia drivers causing more trouble than they're worth OS1 - 10.04, W/L

Integrated touchpad is not recognized as touchpad but standard mouse => GUI doesn't provide touchpad settings. No problem with instalation. Everything I use works straight from install. sandy8925November 23rd, 2010, 12:02 AMSony Vaio CR series VGN-CR35G Ubuntu Meerkat 10.10 Internal webcam doesn't work out of the box.

This is the thread where I got my mic solution http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1629631, I only had to enter this code to make it work: sudo apt-get install pavucontrol I don't know anything about JetsoNovember 20th, 2010, 07:13 PMDell Inspiron 1525. The supplied DVD writer has a slight quirk that needs addressing with a line added to the grub (slow identification of media and slow media reading) libata.atapi_an=0 libata.dmadir=1 Rodney9December 12th, 2010, Latitude D620 (needs bios update A10?) Core 2 Duo (Dual) with 945GMS Intel GMA 950 (2D) HD Audio Broadcom BCM5752 Intel 3945 mini pci express AspireOS Xenon 64bit AROS capable -

theasprintDecember 17th, 2010, 07:15 AM1)Version Of Ubuntu: 10.04 64-bit 2)Laptop Maker: Acer 3)Laptop Model: 3810T Replaced Windows with Ubuntu 10.04 64bit. ACPI=OFF required first boot, followed by patching & compiling a new kernel to enable power managment & dual core (using a patch that can be found on these forums). Pulse Audio, and a toggle of a switch here and there, and it now works fine. up to a10-4600m a10-4655m N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A nor the third gen (ax-5xxxm) Richland - fs1r2 or fs2 -???

Is this "fall of industrial production" graph accurate? A common cause of shorts in the DV series the Power Supply shuts off. Compaq 2. I'm new to this and wanted to try it but don't know which download to use.

David_UKDecember 31st, 2010, 01:32 PMUbuntu Netbook 10.10 (installed)& Ubuntu Desktop 10.04 (run off bootable USB). http://askubuntu.com/questions/tagged/aspire-one Ubuntu 10.10 64bit Asus G51Jx/G60Jx Havent yet sorted out suspend/hibernation and HDMI. The Broadcom 4321AG (sometimes called 4328 ) wireless NIC works mostly "out of the box" with versions 9.04 and up with the proprietary Broadcom "STA" driver activated from System > Administration Ubuntu worked fine for a good 2 weeks, before my pc just wont finish boot.

Same for the Atheros AR5B93 network card, works right away. http://sortpictures.net/acer-aspire/acer-aspire-u5-610-all-in-one.html Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat 10.10 It worked flawlessly until untimely hardware failure (not the fault of Ubuntu)... The bios enabled CPU power manager will make the cpu sleep during boot requiring you to tap a few random keys to keep it awake or it will take 2 minutes Did you notice you can't really record video using any program?

the wireless card, track pad and Fn volume up/down and brightness up/down all worked perfectly right after the install. Haven't tried mike. The latest kernel may help (or linux-backport-modules/compat-wireless), or you may want to install the proprietary driver from Realtek. Get More Info Google Chrome on the 512mb is very fast!

Otherwise very happy with performance. The fn keys I used most frequently were the sound/brightness settings which worked (of course ;)). I am thinking my command i used was for an older version of Ubuntu.

mvmpyJanuary 23rd, 2011, 04:27 PMUbuntu 10.10 Netbook Toshiba Satellite U405-SP2803 Ubuntu is the only OS on the notebook.

Craig_WJanuary 18th, 2011, 07:34 PMHP nx6320 (ancient) All working not tested - modem and fingerprint reader 10.10 Maverick Bluenoser81January 20th, 2011, 02:18 AM1. 10.04 LTS Ubuntu (Gnome-desktop & XFCE) (also tried tuahaaDecember 14th, 2010, 06:57 PMWhat version did you use to install? I tried to ... 14.04 intel-graphics 32-bit ubuntu-netbook aspire-one asked Jul 30 '14 at 3:32 user310505 513 1 vote 0answers 18 views Ubuntu unusably slow on Acer Aspire One [duplicate] It's If you click on the continue button or if you go ahead with the website browsing by clicking on any part of the current web page, you agree with the use

northd_techDecember 5th, 2010, 05:47 AM1. SD card reader works perfectly as well. Thought I was adding the necessary codecs but somehow have messed everything up. see here Everything works on the first install, all I had to do was customising and personalising.

Xubuntu 10.10 64-bit 2. cairnziNovember 17th, 2010, 09:29 AMhey, toshiba equium a100-338, runs ubuntu,8.04 thru to 10.10,also kubuntu of the above versions and xubuntu of the above, all run perfect no problems. It works, but without possibility to change sensitivity and only two-finger scrolling available. (I think it's too close to keyboard so I disabled it in BIOS anyway) //edit: Actually I also One problem is that a few of the keys are not working (the 'raising elephants trick, AltGr + SysRq+ REISUB, does not work, even if I try Ctrl+Alt+SysRq+REISUB) I am still

Laptop : HP Pavilion dv6 1154tx version: Ubuntu 10.10 I would really appreciate if anybody could help me get my fingerprint reader working with ubuntu, rest all is just fine and The integrated mic doesn't want to work but everything else, including wireless and open source graphics drivers (no proprietary ones available) Would not recommend for gaming though as the hardware acceleration Yes No Your rating has been submitted, please tell us how we can make this answer more useful.