I was referred to a utility this morning for use with the Asus EeePC netbook. This utility allows you to simply control hardware (wireless, camera, sD), performance and hotkeys. Models supported are: 701/701SD, 702, 900, 900A, 901 and 1000/1000H. To install the .deb package and begin using the eee control tool, see this site.
I wanted to throw out a quick thank-you to all those that attended my OpenWeek Presentation today. I think things went really well and had some great questions and suggestions from those in attendance. If you missed the presentation and would like to catch up on the logs you can find them here. It also… Read More »
I hope by now you’ve heard some of the noise regarding Ubuntu OpenWeek which begins tomorrow, 15:00 UTC in #ubuntu-classroom. We’re going to have some really cool, really interesting presentations this time around! I’m trying to figure out when I’ll have time for work there are so many presentations that I want to attend! I… Read More »
Someone asked me today how Ubuntu was working on the EeePC. It’s working great! I thought I might share some of my experiences so far, after a bit more use. If you are interested in installing Ubuntu 7.10 on your EeePC head on over to the Ubuntu Community Wiki and find out how! Travel This… Read More »
I realized the other nite that I have been using my EeePC at 640×480 since I got it. Man, how miserable is that resolution! Well, I set out to figure out how to make sure I was using the larger resolution and didn’t find much. This post outlines the steps I took, and I’ve also… Read More »
I started a blog post on how to install Ubuntu 7.10 on the EeePC and before I knew it the post was about a mile long. I figured it was better at that point to publish the information on the Ubuntu community Wiki (this one is for you Popey). So, for all of you that… Read More »
Just wanted to throw out a quick Happy Holidays to all the readers out there. I will be posting some “Ubuntu on the Eee PC” tutorials just as soon as I get them organized. There is a lot of really helpful documentation on the Eee user website, but some of it does seem a bit… Read More »