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Aspire one and latest kernels



As my AA1 is going to my wife in a day or so, I won't be able to follow
up on this. 

However, I'm finding the following.
The ISO installation kernel works without problems.

However, each upgraded kernel tends to kernel panic 3 times out of every
five. (That's an estimate.)  Restarting a few times usually enables me
to boot. 

As I won't be able to follow this up with a bug report, (getting an ASUS
eee 1000HE in a few days--Whoopie!!!), I realize this is completely
unhelpful.  So, I'm just wondering if other Aspire One users have
experienced anything similar. 


This is one of the older AA1s with the mouse clicks in that silly
perpendicular to touchpad position--it was one of the first 6 cells,
160GB drive versions avaialable.

Another note for AA1 users--if you do have to flash the BIOS, I'd
recommend going no higher than version 3305.  3309 seems to adversely
affect the wireless--a bit of googling showed that this wasn't one of
my many Just Me(TM) experiences, but has happened to a few poele.

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