Indeed it seems, that after some time it doesn't work. Any news about this issue (suspend/hibernate)?
Haven't read all the comments on this thread, but I thought that I mention this for those people who are having trouble installing ubuntu on a 1215b, from a usb stick. The following worked like a charm for me (after 24 hours of frustration).
From this link: http://askubuntu.com/questions/70025...-1215b-netbook
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i had the same problem and finally i got Ubuntu installed!
I did it that way:
Use Unetbootin to make an usb-stick.
Download the distribution you like (Ubuntu daily in my case)! WITH UNETBOOTIN!
Press Esc when the asus boot screen appears and choose your usb-stick (not uefi).
I installed Ubuntu with standard configuration and partitioning and it it runs very good.
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Can someone tell me the temperatures they are getting for their cpu? One message in this thread says that they're getting the same temperatures as in a Windows 7 setup. What are those temperatures? Under non-intensive use (video, internet, etc.), I'm getting between mid 50's and 60 degrees centigrade. Have no idea whether this is normal.
I am going to get a 1215B for myself but I realised that there is now a 1225B. They are so very similar!
Do you happen to have this new version and can you please advise me on which is the better deal? eg. I was told that the 1225B RAM is soldered onboard (bad)...
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