So am I the Only One who's put EAROS ( linux ) on the Acer ?

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    kevingattaca

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    kevingattaca, Jan 19, 2009
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    ( Cut and Pasted ) ;


    [Max field length is unknown] Google

    eAROS Screenshot

    eAR OS is a state-of-the-art Operating System. It can run directly from a Live-CD and optionally be installed to a hard disk. That means you can try it out before you install it - for FREE!

    eAR OS comes with the very advanced and beautifully simple to operate eAR Media Center.

    Furthermore, eAR OS comes with the newest version of following applications: Wine for using Windows applications, Audacity Sound and Recording Editor, Audio CD extractor with FLAC and MP3 support, k3B CD- and DVD Burner, Kaffeine for DVB-S and DVB-T TV and DVD playback, VLC for Broadband TV, Exaile audio player, Firefox Webbrowser with mediaplayer connectivity, Thunderbird E-mail/News, Pidgin internet Messenger for MSN, F-Spot Photo Manager, GIMP Image Editor, auto-started Firewall and several utilities and accessories. With its package manager you can further install more than 15000 applications via the internet for FREE!
     
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    I actually tried this awhile ago
    for me it was kind of buggy and i didnt have wireless
     
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    Looks like flavoured bubble gum... :) sorry for the troll post....
     
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