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Posted 10-05-2008 at 06:36 AM byCaysho Updated 12-25-2008 at 06:04 AM byCaysho
I've got an Eee Box B202 now, using it for my main desktop with Ubuntu 8.04.1.
It runs well, though sometimes a tad slow - Firefox does occasionally get sluggish.
Ubuntu installed directly from an external DVD drive via USB without hassle, with a monitor connected via DVI.
Posted 10-01-2007 at 08:46 AM byCaysho Updated 12-25-2008 at 06:29 AM byCaysho
I get a 160 GB hard drive, and figured "this should be easy".
Windows installs ok, I had it create an 70 GB NTFS partition (slow to format).
When it asked me about partitioning, it sees 137 GB which it lists at the top of the screen, and also when showing the partitions created.
This is strange, but I don't think much of it - I figure if it can see up to and past 70 GB, then it doesn't matter.
Installed SP4 and other updates....
I started to look at what is needed to get the remote working.
This indicates patching is possible, but there's a note about support being in more recent kernels.
The board is referenced as SAA7134_BOARD_AVERMEDIA_777 in the saa7134 source; SAA7134_BOARD_AVERMEDIA_A16AR is also mentioned, and seems to be the chipset reference - I've seen it in the win32 inf, so the 777...