hp 10-in mini?
kline at thought.org
Tue Nov 24 19:29:38 UTC 2009
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 05:34:04PM -1000, Al Plant wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> Aloha Gary,
> I have one running Ubuntu Linux on the HD. It works ok on a wired or
> wireless network with a Fixed IP. The automatic gui for setting up the
> network failed to work and stay where it was set so I wrote the file
> myself using a fixed IP etc. I also run FreeBSD 7.2 on it on a plug in
> flash drive using Manolis DVD copy. I paid $400. with extra battery and
I may have-to spring for one of these puppies -- with optical
and mouse. At least two medicos are interested in my ideas...
[Still, half-price upped my buy_now flag:)
> Haven't set up the wireless for use with Coffee Shop wan yet.
> Tech support for the mini is from India and I know more than they do
> about Linux and haven't used Linux in years.
> The Mini has had no problems except the touch pad is usless. Touching
> the pad is a click or several same as the buttons.) I found out that by
> touching the light above it turns it off so you can use a wireless mouse
> which works well. HP Tech support did not know how to disable the
> touchpad. A terminal is brought up by alt/f2.
What kind? xterm, konsole, or the gnome flavor? I prefer
something with a solid cursor; the Gnome blinks ... and I'm
too lazy to dig into the code to see where to off the
blinking. this is getting interestinger and interestinger.
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