In case you haven't gotten the memo yet, the Eee PC can run pretty much any operating system, including Windows XP, Vista, Mac OS X and practically any version of Linux you can throw at it. While Ubuntu is probably the most popular Linux distro for the Eee PC, with several custom installation methods including EeeBuntu and eeeXubuntu, you can also install Fedora, Mint, and other distributions pretty easily.

There are also instructions for installing OpenSUSE on an Eee PC. In a nutshell, you're going to need a disc image, a USB flash drive (preferably 1GB or larger), and a bit of patience. Make sure to read to the end for instructions on getting your webcam, suspend/resume, and internet connectivity configured properly.

[via altbit]

1 comments:

dgoemans said...

I have also written an article about how to get it installed using a normal opensuse 10.3 dvd. I didn't have an available flash drive or bandwidth to download the 1GB image, but did have access to an external dvd rom, and the internet to download about 1MB of packages.

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