Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Mon 4th May 2009 23:46 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems The Acer Aspire reviews were getting a little old, so instead of adding yet another anectode of the popular netbook, I thought I'd shake things up a little by giving my view of Asus' slightly more expensive (but worth the extra money) EeePC 1000 HE for the enjoyment of all.
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RE: My experience
by JPisini on Tue 5th May 2009 16:28 UTC in reply to "My experience"
JPisini
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Mandriva 2009.1 - the live-cd worked perfectly, but when I installed it I could no longer tap with the touchpad, two-finger scrolling disappeared. I did not like that, and didn't feel like playing with xorg.conf.


You can boot the CD live and copy the xorg.conf to a USB key and then copy it over to your system once installed. Providing that is the only reason it isn't working you will be fixed in minutes with no headaches. I would also check which modules are being loaded. I haven't used Mandriva since it was still Mandrake but I believe they still use /etc/modules.conf for that so you can copy that over as well.

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