Anyone successfully install Ubuntu on Asus EEE PC 1025c netbook?
- date: August 31, 2012
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 32bit
Genuine Windows® 7 Starter, 32bit
Display 10.1" LED Backlight WSVGA (1024x600) Screen
CPU Intel® Atom™ N2600 (Dual Core; 1.6GHz) Processor
Memory DDR3, 1 x SO-DIMM, 1GB ( Maximum 2GB ) *5
Storage 320GB/500GB HDD
3GB ASUS Web Storage*1
Wireless Data Network WLAN 802.11 b/g/[email protected]
Audio Hi-Definition Audio CODEC
High Quality Speaker
High Quality Mic
Interface 1 x VGA Connector
2 x USB 2.0 *3
1 x USB 3.0 *3
1 x LAN RJ-45
1 x HDMI
1 x Audio Jack (Headphone/Mic-In)
1 x Card Reader : SD/ SDHC/ MMC
Battery USB 2.0:
6cells Li-ion Battery Pack, battery life 12 hrs (6cells, 5200mAh, 56W/h)*4
3cells Li-ion Battery Pack, battery life 6 hrs (3cells, 2600mAh, 28W/h)*4
6cells Li-ion Battery Pack, battery life 11 hrs 0 (6cells, 5200mAh, 56W/h)*4
Dimensions 262 x 178 x 20.7 ~34.4 mm (WxD
Linux recommendation for ASUS 1011cx eee PC Netbook
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 14, 2012
I just installed:
Linus Mint 9
I put it on an
Asus eee PC Netbook
I am unable to connect to the internet via wireless or wired connection. I have the driver .inf files and every single driver for the entire computer that comes with the Asus. I have these on a separate CD and have placed them in my Documents folder.
I have watched youtube tutorials on how to use ndiswrapper via the "wireless driver utility" and through the Terminal. Both have not solved my problem. I have pinged the network address and have added the wired connection via the network connections edit menu. None of these have worked for me.
Please, can anyone recommend a linux distribution that will work on my ASUS 1011cx eee PC Netbook?
I did try puppy linux and it did load the wireless utility and I was even able to use the internet. However, I can't stand the look of puppy linux and can't use it for my purposes at all. If anyone knows a linux distribution
Asus Eee PC 1005HA Netbook will not shutdown using Ubuntu 11.4
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 3, 2011
I have an Asus Eee PC 1005HA Netbook which originally came with Windows 7 Starter installed.
Upon purchase I installed Ubuntu 9.4. Installation went well, and operation was excellent. I was particularly happy with the wireless networking automatically picking up various networks at my clients after coming out of hibernation.
The only glitch was and continues to be that when I go to shut down or restart the netboook it will send the term signal but the netbook then goes to the Ubuntu splash screen and continues to cycle across the bottom buttons indefinitely. (I don't think this is just that it takes a long time, because I have walked away from it for hours and it still is cycling.) If I wait for a couple of cycles and then hold down the power button the computer will shut down. Restarting it after this seems normal and everything operates normally.
This happens, both when I use the Gnome shutdown command on the logout menu or if I use : sudo shutdown -P now
I have done some re
Installing Ubuntu Netbook Remix on Asus Eee PC 1005P
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 26, 2010
I recently purchased an Asus Eee PC 1005P with Windows 7. I wanted to completely replace Windows with Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 Karmic Koala, as Ubuntu as its my distro of choice. This is how I did it, as a very simple guide, for those who are contemplating the same. The ubuntuforums have saved my bacon more times than I can count; so this is my way of giving back (plus a handy repository if I want to do this again and forget how!).
In all in all, everything works great, with wireless being the biggest challenge during installation.
Another computer (I was running Ubuntu 9.04)Ethernet connection with internetSpare/empty USB drive with at least 1 Gb of spaceAsus Eee PC 1005P
Get Ubuntu for the Netbook
Firstly, you're going to need to download the CD Image for Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR) from Ubuntu. From the other computer, navigate to the following location from your browser of choice:
Click the Download Ubuntu CD I
How to reinstall Windows 7 on Asus Eee PC 1005PE Netbook with Ubuntu 11.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 9, 2012
when I had initially bought my Asus Eee PC 1005PE Netbook, Windows 7 was already pre-installed. No installation disc came with it.
After a year, I decided to install Ubuntu operating system - and unfortunately, did not keep the Windows partition. So, there is no Windows partition (NTFS) on my Netbook.
I have also upgraded my Ubuntu to Ubuntu 11.10, which is the current operating system running on this Netbook.
Now, I am considering to get back to Windows 7.
I know how to make a bootable USB from which I "could" boot, but what I do not know is which kind of Windows 7 I do need to have on this bootable USB device in order for my Ubuntu-Netbook to correctly boot from it.
I have tried Windows 7 Starter Edition, have created the bootable USB device containing the .ISO file -
further, I have set up the BIOS settings in a way to boot from the removable device first -
.. but it just would not boot from the USB device I do see that the Netbook is trying to boot from the r
[SOLVED] Asus Eee PC netbook booting from a USB stick
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 25, 2011
Hi all. I'm trying to set up a netbook with Ubuntu for my computer-challenged Mother. I downloaded the image file to the download section of the new netbook, created a USB stick to boot from and then restarted the computer, pressing F2 in order to change the boot order. Using the "+" key I was able to put [Removable Dev.] on top: "1st Boot Device", but, and here's the thing, it is disabled: "A devince enclosed in the parenthesis has been disab led in the corresponding type menu." I do not understand this, nor do I know what to do. Help please....
Asus Eee PC 901 has 2 SSD drives w/ 2 Ubuntu overlapping installs
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 30, 2011
I know how the subject looks but it's true: I had one version installed, which I did manually. Then I accidentally re-installed Ubuntu 10.10 but automatically. This has created some serious conflicts which slow down everything but specially my graphics.
I have 2 SSDs & they exist thus (according to Disk Utility):
/dev/sda1 Extended partition, 4G, Usage: Container for logical partitions, Partition type: extended, Flags: bootable (0x05);
/dev/sda5 Swapspace, 4gG, Usage: Swap Space, Partition type: Linux swap, Flags: none, (0x82)
GParted details this drive as 3.26GiB & a SwAP Partition w/in it of the same size, and 509.06MiB of unallocated space.
/dev/sdb1 15G, ext4, Usage: Filesystem, Partition type: Linux (0x83), Flag: none, Type: ext4 (version 1.0)
/dev/sdb2 Extended partition, 722MB, Usage: container for logical Partitions, Partition type Extended (0x05)
/dev/sdb5 SwapSpace 722MB, Usage: Swap Space, P
gaming on the eee pc 900 with ubuntu 10.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 23, 2010
I have a question: I would like to play counter strike and I have 2 versions: source(full), and condition zero (portable version).
my question is :can I play those games on my asus eee pc 900 netbook with ubuntu 10.04 os installed.
If I can play please tell which one do you suggest more and if not than please tell me some alternatives for them.
(I ask mainly because of my specs, so I won't get my computer crashed).
ps: I know I can play them on wine so please pay attention for that.
hope to hear from you.
SOLVED: Unable to install on eee PC 4G
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 9, 2010
I've been trying to install 9.10 Remix on my eee pc 4G. It runs Most other netbook distros OK, but I can't get 9.10 to load. I've tried creating a USB install stick using both USB Startup Disk Creator and also Unetbootin, but the result is the same: When I run the installation process, I get as far the language choice screen, then the Ubuntu logo appears. After that, the system hangs for several minutes until I get a series of error messages as follows:
stdin: error 0
stdin: error 0
stdin: error 0
stdin: error 0
stdin: error 0
stdin: error 0
BusyBox v1.13.3 (Ubuntu 1:1.13.3-1ubuntu7) built-in shell (ash)
Enter 'help' for list of commands.
(initramfs) /init: line 1: can't open udevadm settle - timeout of 180 seconds reached, the event queue contains: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/1d.2/usb3/3-1:1.0/host3/target3:0:0/3:0:0:0/block/sdc/sdc1 (1091) /dev/loop0: no such file
mount: mounting udevadm settle - timeout os 180 seconds reached, the event queue contains: /sys/devices/pci00
[SOLVED] Asus EEE PC r105 ubuntu compatibility
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 9, 2011
Is the netbook Asus EEE PC r105 compatible with ubuntu 11.04?
Please suggest some other netbook models which work well with ubuntu/linux mint...
P.S. The store near my house has the above mentioned Asus, Sony Vaio VPC(...), lenovo S205 and HP pavillion netbooks readily available...any idea which one is the most hassle free with ubuntu?
thanks in advance
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