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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    For acerhdf, add a line to /etc/modprobe.d/options.conf like this:
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    options acerhdf verbose=1 fanon=62 fanoff=52 interval=10
    This will log the temperature every 10 seconds (to /var/log/syslog IIRC) - and it lets you control when the fan comes on or goes off. When you're happy it's working, set verbose=0 to cut out the log abuse.

    These are the temp settings I am using. It gets a little warm but doesn't run the fan constantly.
    Last edited by Aearenda; April 30th, 2009 at 09:11 AM. Reason: Added last line.

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    Good stuff folks. I'm supporting an AAO dual-booted XP Home with 8.10 for a relative. THis is all very helpful if/when I move it to 9.04, (NBR most likely)

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    So far everything works fine for me except for the lack of hot-pluggable right SDcard slot. That and every once in a while I hear a crackling fuzz coming from my speakers. That one is a little odd.

    Has anybody else messed around with GMABooster? I've been using it, but haven't noticed really much of a performance increase. Also helpful because I get tired of the terminal, i've been using App Runner. Any opinions on either of those?
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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    I'm managed to get the internal MIC working on my D150.

    I installed 2.6.30-2-generic kernel and played with the setting in the audio controls and now it works

    If you need any specific details, ask and I'll post back !

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_T View Post
    I'm managed to get the internal MIC working on my D150.

    I installed 2.6.30-2-generic kernel and played with the setting in the audio controls and now it works

    If you need any specific details, ask and I'll post back !
    hey Tom, thanks for the tip!
    Did you compile a vanilla kernel or found a pre-compiled package?

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    I have a AA1 A150. Been running 9.04 since alpha 5. Like the rest of the peeps hee there is some minor faults, ssd-reader, wifi-led and so on..

    I am really glad for i bought the windows-version with the 16gb hd instead of the SSD that ive been told is crap.

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    I installed this:
    http://launchpadlibrarian.net/262019...0-2.3_i386.deb

    Then played with the audio settings..

    Still working after a reboot

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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_T View Post
    I installed this:
    http://launchpadlibrarian.net/262019...0-2.3_i386.deb

    Then played with the audio settings..

    Still working after a reboot
    Did you have the audio pops and did that fix it?
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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    Quote Originally Posted by Marsan View Post
    I am really glad for i bought the windows-version with the 16gb hd instead of the SSD that ive been told is crap.
    It's a shame you've heard the SSD is crap; I think mine is just fine! I get trouble if I run too many applications, but that's probably just down to the fact that I've set it up w/o a swap partition to save space.

    I do have to watch how much *stuff* I put on, since I'm down to 1.3GB left, and I basically only have my OS and a bunch of other programs on. I keep all my music & pictures on an external hard drive (that I share with hubby) and since I use Google Android on my phone, all my contacts, calendar, etc. are kept in "the Cloud". I guess it's all in how you're used to working!

    I actually love the SSD because it's completely silent and noticeably lighter-weight than the HDD versions.

    If the right SD slot thing gets fixed, and if I ever get around to getting another SD card for the left slot, I'll repartition and set my /home onto the SD and create a swap on the main SSD, and I'm hoping that will fix the hanging problem I get when, for instance, I'm running Firefox, package installer, Last.fm and gThumb all at once!

    PS. Is anyone else using Conky? I still haven't figured out how to get mine to work again after upgrading to Jaunty.
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    Re: 9.04 Jaunty on Acer Aspire One

    Quote Originally Posted by darkwalt View Post
    Did you have the audio pops and did that fix it?
    Sorry not sure what you mean ??

    There is no pops or clicks in the sound and the notification pop-up's work fine !

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