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Re: EeePC 701 : Is pre-upgrade not optional??



i have just finished installing F10 on a eeepc701 with 1GB of ram. As
for now, everything is working out of the box (I am writing this email
from the eeepc, logged in to my wireless router)
I am impressed.
I recommend you to give it a try, using the live usb function. Check
the installation guide for F10.
Hope this info helps. Let me know if you need more details

On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 12:49 PM, Beartooth <Beartooth swva net> wrote:
>
>        I am old, physically exhausted and in lousy health. (Don't ask.)
> One of the topics I've been ignoring completely, in order to manage at
> least something, is pre-upgrade -- taking for granted that the way I know
> would still work, be the virtues of pre-upgrade what they may.
>
>        I bit-torrented F10 and burned it to a DVD. I want it ASAP for an
> EeePC 701, now running what was supposed to be F10 Beta (uname says
> F9.92.), and reported to solve the wireless problem. (It didn't. In fact,
> it is unable to connect, even by Ethernet cable to my router.)
>
>        My choices appear to be either to do a fresh install (which I
> presume might work), DBAN the 701 and then do a fresh install, mothball
> the machine, or install some less congenial OS.
>
>        Has anyone here tried any of these on a very early EeePC?
>
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