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WARNING: take extreme caution doing this or you will have a non-functioning netbook when rebooted. Be sure to read all instructions completely before making any changes and double check your work . You will need to remember the password you used when first turning on the Aspire One- good luck!
this is how to install kde on the aspire one
first quit kpowersave then uninstall it and uninstall kolourpaint
then its as simple as clicking kde in the package manager and installing it!!!
disable auto login is next for making this tutorial work
still trying gnome...