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I’m doing so right now from a LiveUSB stick (why didn’t anyone tell me how awesome doing that is?). The wifi doesn’t work, off to test the LAN in a second. Is anyone else planning to try this distro out? Its’ specifically targeting Intel(r) Atom(tm) based Netbooks.
found this article about that on the NC10
I did a quick test this week and it is definitely the fastest booting LiveUSB distro of the many I’ve tried.
IMHO it’s not really usable in its current state though. Wifi did work for me (in the sense that the card was active and it “saw” the available WLANs) but there was a bug that prevented me from entering the WPA passphrase (the field was limited in the number of chars like for a WEP key), so that was that.
My favourite at the moment is CrunchBang : it doesn’t boot quite so fast (again from USB) but once up and running it’s snappy and lightweight, with good Wifi and BT support and a lean, keyboard-friendly interface.
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