I'm a big fan of Meego on netbooks. It's got a limited software repository at the moment, but most of the things I'd use a netbook for are covered out of the box.
I've a Dell Mini9 with the same specs and it performs really well.
On 7 Feb 2011, at 07:47, Lisa Muir wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> Have a friends netbook in for a repair. Windows paper licence sticker
> is sufficiently rubbed down that it is unreadable and I'm going to
> install linux on it instead. Its an Asus 1001HA with an Intel Atom
> N270 cpu and 1GB ram.
>> Have been plesantly surprised at doing graphical debian installs
> lately, so going to run with that, just wondering if in your
> experience would there be a difference performance wise on running
> gnome or kde on a machine of this spec?
>> Any thoughts on that would be very welcome!!
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