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Originally Posted by RobinVossen The Reason why I want a EEE is since I want a Small Laptop ( Max 10" ) And since I can't find any laptops in ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinVossen View Post
    The Reason why I want a EEE is since I want a Small Laptop ( Max 10" ) And since I can't find any laptops in that way I have been looking for a Phone / PDA that could do that. And then I saw the EEE. And It looked just what I wanted for a thing. Since I Fly a lot, and I don't like to take a Bag in the Plane. I want something that I can just put in my Jacked. Answer EEE.
    For all of these, the EEE PCE is perfect! We love ours. I hope you like yours as much! Best wishes!
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    I believe it took my 450Mhz (running FreeBSD) about ten hours to compile Xfce4. What is that? 25MB or something?? Nothing extravagant anyway.

    Still, I see the benefit of having such a small machine. And the upside of the EEE is that is has a rather wide screen. So if you patch GNU screen to allow vertical splits, then you have ample of room for commands that have long output (top comes to mind).
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    It's all about GSlapt. It's a wannabe apt-get thing.

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