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I just purchased a new netbook and instead of using a regular Linux distribution such as in the past I'm thinking of using one of the netbook versions. In the ...
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- 11-30-2008 #1
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- Oct 2006
Which Netbook Linux Distribution should I use?
In the past I've used OpenSUSE and Mandriva on netbooks and Ubuntu on a desktop.
If I'm correct Acer comes with Linpus but is that available for purchase without purchasing a netbook?
Also, what about the custom Xandros distribution on the ASUS eeePC. Is that available separately?
The two choices I really know of that I could likely install on my own are Ubuntu Netbook Remix and Mandriva Mini. Does one of these stand out as the best? Is there another one out there that I don't know about?
- 12-01-2008 #2
Surely you should be using the distribution that came with the netbook. If you didn't get a distribution because you bought your netbook with a commercial operating system, then pick your favourite distribution and use that.
The netbook-centric distributions are set up for their particular netbook hardware. If you don't have that hardware, its hard to fake it.Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/
- 12-01-2008 #3
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- Nov 2004