Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 1 Dec 2009.
Shame my Samsung NC10 isn't supported yet, looks like i will have to wait a while longer yet.
Strange. Broadcom cards seem to work fine in Linux.
woo, I knew my sony viao w series did more than just look pretty!
Maybe I'll give this a go - assuming it can dual boot with win7!
Sounds like the Wifi needs a little work hah.
Chrome on my eeePC 901 for me. Wifi is wanky even with stock Linux or XP.
ACER Aspire One wireless does NOT work with Atheros Wireless. However, LAN works fine. Will update as we are working on it.
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If we set up a forum/link list of models to be added/confirmed by users/developers as a trusted source - it should cut down development time significantly. We will keep OS updates in one clean repository.
works ok on my nc10, admittedly its runnimg from a usb stick, but still works both on wired and wifi.
No official support for my Dell Mini 9 on there, or even it's business-aimed twin the Vostro 90. Probably something to do with the fact that it's a discontinued model. Nonetheless, some talented hacker will probably get it running - this is open source after all - but I don't think I'm that eager to try it out yet...
Works perfectly with the Eeepc 4G Surf :-D
Can't wait until I can install it, maybe this weekend.
that's a very short list, just that little bit more compatible than a Hackintosh......
Still can't game on it with my Radeon HD 5850 can I? Useless....
I have a perfectly working fine copy of Windows 7 on my HP. Can't think of any good reason to bother with Chrome.
bully for you....
It is supported, it's the last one on the list.
I think that list has actually been updated UberTiger since this was first posted.
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