Frank Peelo wrote:
> Gareth Eason wrote:
>> Denis Croombs wrote:
>>> I am trying to install Apache, PHP, mysql on this device does anyone
>>> any experience in doing this ?
>>> I found this link http://www.digitaljotter.com/?p=42 but is will not
>>> the "deb" http://http.us/debian.org/debian/ stable main), as
>>> explained in
>>> this article
>>> <http://www.downloadsquad.com/2007/11/06/eee-pc-tips-a-crash-course-in-linux>>>>>> /> at Download Squad. it just complains that the repository is not
>>>> Might not be much help, but I installed Ubuntu eeePC (now called Easy
>> Peasy) which makes the Ubuntu repositories available to you, including
>> all these things.
>> Can you turn the wireless on and off with that? I have an eeepc 4G, BIOS
> says eeepc 701 BIOS revision 1001. Have Easypeasy on it. I haven't used
> wireless networking (is there a bluetooth wireless on the thing?) and I
> wanted to turn the wireless off, it's not very important but it'll save
> some battery power. And because blue lights are a pain in the eyeballs.
> The FN+F2 keystroke does something -- the HD light flickers -- but the
> blue light stays on.
On Debian you have to install the eeepc-acpi-<kernel> package, after
that the function key works alright here.
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