Standard, KDE, network remix or Flux

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    JoeDaStudd

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    Which version is most compatible and best suited with the Acer Aspire One (512mb ram, 8gb SSD)?

    Thank in advance,
    Joe
     
    JoeDaStudd, Dec 18, 2008
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    RockDoctor

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    I use standard and LXDE myself. Pick your favorite and give it a shot.
     
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    There are a number of distro's based on ubuntu, so they can all be equally compatible. What you like most is up to you to find out. On this forum there is a lot of info about getting hardware working, I used the guide, but Sickboy's kernel also seems to help a lot.

    I would say give them a try. Spend a couple of days with each option and make a choice.
     
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    I'm running Netbook Remix, and love that setup, but you may like something else, try and fail ;)
     
    dr3as, Dec 19, 2008
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