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Thread: Linux on 7" mini netbook ARM-VT8500 ?

  1. #1231
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    Exclamation Re: Linux on 7" mini netbook ARM-VT8500 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jl2 View Post
    http://devio.us/~nextvolume/via_arm/...t_id=12&page=1
    search wondermedia abarasive
    you have to be root.
    my card has a small fat part, with a script directory, and a big ext part which has the OS . i also have a swap part, and another ext part for keeping some files which might be useful in the future, if we have a big flash crash.
    Hi! Thanks so much for posting. Everything I try doesn't seem to work. Did you get it to work for yourself? If so, can you tell me how you did it minus abrasive's method. I've tried his and it does not work. I'm almost thinking it's not possible for it to work on my machine.

    I have a red Sylvania Smartbook.

    http://www.sylvaniacomputers.com/pro...?id_product=41

  2. #1232
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    Re: Linux on 7" mini netbook ARM-VT8500 ?

    I have one, and it's currently running abrasive debian. I use it without X11, but it's apparently possible. There are a few issues to be dealt with, but it's great. It's small enough to almost fit in my pocket, and with aplay or cmus it makes an excellent mp3 player. I recommend one to anyone. And honestly, I'd be happy to have the community.

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    Re: Linux on 7" mini netbook ARM-VT8500 ?

    If anyone is still interested in these, Newegg has them on sale for 30 bucks. I'm thinking of picking one up, so I can work on debian on it.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Tpk=synet07526

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