Quoth jeff: > Jeremy Katz wrote: > > Smaller form-factor machines such as the Asus eeePC have gotten a fair > > bit of the tech press spotlight of late. Have you bought one with the > > idea of running Fedora on it? Or have you thought about doing so? > > I've done a few different draft images for the Asus EeePC model 900 that can be > put on a USB pen drive then booted and optionally installed. I used > livecd-tools to build them. > > Gnome Image (600M): > http://www.freeeee.org/images/FREEEEE-200808080001.ext2 > > Text only (199M): > http://www.freeeee.org/images/FREEEEE-minimal-200808102048.ext2 > > Minimal GUI openbox (300M): > http://www.freeeee.org/images/FREEEEE-200808080001.ext2 > > I've done a number of other images floating around as well, and I have a super > rad one waiting in the wings hahaha. > > > These are based on BLAG 90k which is based on Fedora 9. The kernel (-libre + > -rt) supports all hardware on the EeePC 701/900 using *only* free software. > This includes wifi with the ath5k driver. It is based on -libre and -rt plus > various other patches. > > If you are interested in this I can keep you updated when I do new images (like > every few days right now). > > -Jeff Perhaps you meant to post different links for the Openbox and GNOME images? They look the same to me. Regards, -- Conrad Meyer <konrad tylerc org>
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