I have at last found a distro which works without bugs in my Acer Aspire One
(8GB SSD). Fedora 10 works on it out-of-the-box.
Do you recommend to change from Gnome desktop to XFCE desktop in order to
make it a bit faster?
It looked to me as simple as first uninstall Gnome, then install XFCE, but I
read a discussion to avoid it, because XFCE has so many Gnome depencies.
So what I am doing now is installing XFCE in addition to Gnome, in order to
use it when I use my own profile, as well as i plan to use some more
lightweight browser like Dillo or Kazehakase.
Does this make sense to you?
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Olli, what you're planning to do is quite fine if you want your machine to
Joel Dávila (505)816-9911
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I don't think so...
Are you ok at C:\Documents and Settings\?"