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Due to the limited amount of writes to th SSD, I don't want to go and
install anything unless I'm sure it will work flawlessly.
Yesterday I installed xubuntu eee and it works really well, but I
fscked-up with rm on /boot... now I've no kernels... doh.
The trouble is, I cannot seem to boot off the CD to perform a rescue of
the OS. The reason I used rm was I didn't have enough space on /boot
(which I should never have created with only a 4GB HDD - or swap for
So any suggestions to rescue it, or better alternatively, another distro
which will work flawlessly with the WiFi.... coz xubuntu didn't conect,
although I've since googled and you need to blacklist something or other.
I'm leaning towards fedora because:
"The current Fedora release (fully updated) natively supports the Eee PC
70x series hardware. No post-installation manual mods are needed, all
the hardware is automatically probed and the proper kernel modules are
Currently downloading a few distro's, Fedora 10 KDE, OpenGEU 8.10,
OpenSuse11.1 and googleing for another...
Plus I'm hung over, so any direct links to detailed instructions for
installing to & booting off an SD card, coz I cannot find my 4GB USB
pendrive to use. :-)
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