Robert Moskowitz wrote:
I jsuyt purchased a mildly used ASUS Eee 700 (something, seller was
not explicit) from ebay.
I have a 700 with 8gb SSd and it's going to be tight to get anything
on it .
Has a 4Gb SSD and 512Mb ram. Also an SD slot. It is coming with
some Linux (assume Ubuntu?), but want something I am more used to.
I would have gone with Centos, but could never get my SD slot on my
HP nc4010 working.
So I figured I want a little stablity so I would go with FC9
(really 9.5) and I should get enough to fit on that 4Gb drive (2Mb
swap for hibernation to swap). And I should be able to get virtual
windowing to work so I have a large enough desktop for most things
I will be doing.
Is FC9 the way to go, or should I take the dive with FC10? What are
others running on their Eee?
I have FC10 and all hardware has drivers for it in FC10. Easy install.
I would suggest you allocate 3gb to / and 1gb to /home , to get a
deceit install .