I originally wanted it as a small portable machine to hack Factor and other languages on. There is a good guide to installing Arch Linux on the EEE which I mostly followed.
The basics of getting Arch up and running were pretty easy.
Also, a second column has been added to include the i PXE file used to boot to the Fog Menu. Had to reboot twice when initial capture image task didn't work. We will never be able to document all of those here.
This i PXE is the same file for Option 67 for your DHCP server. So this is just the gist of what we have heard about in the forums or tested on our own.
With the USB key plugged into the EEE PC, reboot it and press ESC at the bios screen.
This will give an option to select to boot from the key. You'll need to have a wired internet connection for this first part of the installation.
If a ✖ is in the column for "Fog 1.x.x ", this means this Make/Model computer has been tested but fails although it may work in Fog 0.32- (rare) . "Host Primary Disk" must be set to /dev/mmcblk0 USB adapter used: USB-0301 v4 made by Level One. Thread where this info comes from: dell-venue-8-pro-imaging-emmc There are hundreds of USB NICs supported by the linux kernel alone.
Put it alongside the DCIM, Pictures, Movies etc folders 4.
You are now in the bootloader menu where you will see 3 icons (4 icons if you are on a ICS bootloader): RCK, Android, Wipe Data ( USB icon if still on ICS). Rooted only, no custom recovery: You can use these methods as long as you did not uninstall any system apps or bloatware.
Im Folgenden eine Auflistung von für den Asus Eee PC angepasster Software: Für Hardy und Intrepid existiert ein inoffizielle Paketquelle, die von Adam Mc Daniel betreut wird.
Im using Antergos Mate with the LTS Kernel on an old Dell D630. Pacman always upgrade my LTS Kernel to the new LTS one, but since two days ago im receiving the “normal” Kernel update.