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Bai Shen

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  1. -nods- I'll have to give it a shot once I get my machine loaded. I think I'm gonna give eeebuntu a shot on an SD card first.
  2. Yeah, I did that and it seemed to install fine. But as soon as I start it, I get a seg fault. :(
  3. AH HAH! I found it! This is the site I had been thinking of and couldn't remember. http://www.eeebuntu.org/
  4. Yes, but there was also a stripped down version that didn't install all the programs that the desktop comes with. It might have been a variation on easypeasy, but I can't seem to find it anymore.
  5. How do you set those up? I'd like to tether my phone in linux the same as I can do in windows currently.
  6. The netbook remix version seems to. I threw it on an SDHC card, and it booted fairly quickly. Things seemed to run fine, but I don't mess with it a lot. It seemed like it was missing some of the configuration bits, though. For example, I had to make sure the webcam was turned on(in bios or xp) before I could use it in ubuntu. Also, it doesn't seem to have the auto power management, etc.
  7. I guess that would work. But there's a version of the distro out there that doesn't contain the netbook gui at all. I jus' can't seem to find it. I thought it was at the easypeasy link, but it's not.
  8. Well, I found a portable version, and was able to at least get it to run on my netbook. However, I haven't gotten any feedback on the boxee forums. :( I think I'll probably toss another hard drive in my myth box and try it with that set of hardware. We'll see how that works out.
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    Anybody else got Boxee up and running? I tried installing it on an old Dell I had sitting around. I got Ubuntu 9.04 running fine, and then installed Boxee. Everything seemed to install fine. The problem is that when I run Boxee, it pops up with a black screen and then goes back to the desktop with a seg fault. Anybody else seen this? My hardware supports OpenGL, so I'm not sure what the issue is.
  10. So I just picked up an 1000HE recently, and I'm trying to decide what version of linux to put onto it. Now I normally run Mandriva. I've had better luck with them and I'm more familiar with their stuff. However, Ubuntu seems to have better netbook support atm, so I'm debating on going with them. So what version of linux are you running on your netbook and why?
  11. Okay, I know I didn't imagine this. Ubuntu has a version for netbooks called the Netbook Remix. However, it's like the original Xandros distros, in that it gives you big icons and pushes you towards running one thing at a time. Now I saw a site that had multiple versions of the netbook remix. One was the regular netbook remix on Ubuntu's site which has just the drivers for the netbooks, etc. Another was the same drivers, etc, but it used the regular desktop instead of the netbook remix one. However, I can't seem to find this site anymore. Anybody know?
  12. Just came across this on /. an' figured I'd post it here. http://entertainment.slashdot.org/article....10&from=rss Dunno if it'll help with the Hak5 launcher.
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    VMWare and 3D graphics don't really play well together.
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    Says the man who hasn't even logged in once.
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    OpenVPN through IPCop and the Zerina plugin.
  16. I prefer Java. I learned through doing the tutorials on Sun's website.
  17. What's the differences between it and regular Eclipse?
  18. I like Java, but then I'm biased 'cause I get paid to code in it. :)
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