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Ubuntu is the best: Asus G1S works well with Ubuntu

By Rukasuzu
Jan 4, 2009
  1. Ubuntu is the best. :D Asus G1S works well with Ubuntu!
    I have also configured AsusOled in Ubuntu :D

    If you don't believe me here is proof!
    I have included a picture

    I have done DualBoot - Vista and Ubuntu. I need Vista for Webcam, cause Webcam is upside down in Ubuntu. Ubuntu I can use for fun :D All you need is a 160 GB hard rive and you are set :D
    I just love Grub, the Grub themes look so beautiful and the splash screen logo as well :D
     
  2. brucethetech

    brucethetech TS Enthusiast Posts: 301

    congrats. are you new to the Linux based OS
     
  3. Rukasuzu

    Rukasuzu TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 181

    I am kinda new I have tried long ago on my old laptop

    I am kinda new I have tried long ago on my old laptop. My old laptop didn't do to well!
    You should always install Both systems on Internal disk. I didn't have enough space long ago. All you need is 160GB, 120 GB isn't enough. If I could take a screenie of grub I would.
     
  4. Drowsiness

    Drowsiness TS Rookie Posts: 47

    Yeah, Ubuntu is kinda cool.

    I prefer a more hands-on distro (Gentoo), but that's only because I like to have complete control. :)

    Anyway, grats on your installation! Have fun with it and be sure you setup Compiz-Fusion for some really cool effects!
     
  5. Rukasuzu

    Rukasuzu TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 181

    Yeah my compiz fusion is already setup. Nvidia does it automatically for me :D

    Yeah my compiz fusion is already setup. Nvidia does it automatically for me :D
     
  6. tw0rld

    tw0rld TS Maniac Posts: 609   +6

    Ubuntu is dull out of the Box, but compiz definitely adds a lot.
     
  7. Rukasuzu

    Rukasuzu TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 181

    sure does :D

    sure does :D
     
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