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TabletPCReview: Running Ubuntu Linux on Acer Tablet PCs [Parts II & III]

Jan 03, 2007, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])

From Part II:

"I was very curious to know what Ubuntu was all about, so I decided to order the three disc pack (http://www.ubuntu.com) and I received them within a few weeks. I wanted to try out Ubuntu before installing it and the Live CD is the best way to do it. The Live CD allows you to experience the operating system without changing anything on your hard drive. The OS is loaded from CD into memory so nothing is "installed" on your computer. I inserted the x386 disc (for all Pentium processors) into the drive and booted into the Live CD. On the Acer c310 series, the default way to boot is into the hard drive. You must press F12 at the BIOS post splash screen in order to boot to the CD. ..."

Complete Story (Part II)

Complete Story (Part III)

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TabletPCReview: Running Ubuntu Linux on Acer Tablet Notebooks Part I(Dec 22, 2006)