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[News] Acer Said to be Launching More GNU/Linux Devices Soon (Google's Version)

  • Subject: [News] Acer Said to be Launching More GNU/Linux Devices Soon (Google's Version)
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 21:54:08 +0100
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Acer to Launch Chrome OS Devices at Last?

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| Remember Chrome OS, Google's stripped-to-the-
| browser operating system? It's reportedly ready 
| for prime time, with Chrome OS devices from 
| Acer leading the way.



Acer Aspire AS5738PG Netbook review

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| That said, Ubuntu 9 worked flawlessly on this
| laptop and ran quite fast thanks to the dual-
| core processors and higher-than-normal RAM
| allocation. For developers, the system
| represents a forward-looking laptop that could
| well provide the hardware required for testing
| touch applications, especially for creating
| kiosk applications or for contributing to a
| Ubuntu touch-screen version at some point.


Linux Live USBAcer Aspire Media

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| It is pretty common these days for laptops,
| and even desktops, to be able to boot from a
| USB flash memory drive. So you can save a
| little time and a little money by converting
| various Linux distributions ISO images to
| bootable USB devices, rather than burning them
| to CD/DVD. Oh, and one other reason - it is
| getting more common, especially with pre-
| releases, for the Live image to be too large
| to fit on a CD so it requires a DVD, and I
| don't keep blank DVD media as close at hand as
| CD.


Acer Aspire One Linux Netbook

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| Netbooks have very much become an integral part of our
| hyperconnected lifestyles. These smaller computers slot right in
| between the functionality of a proper smartphone and a larger
| laptop, making them an affordable way to gain access to the
| ârealâ Internet without lugging around a big notebook. While a
| lot of people prefer to take the route of Windows or even a
| Hackintoshâd Mac OS X-powered netbook, the cheapest and least
| resource-heavy route is that of Linux.

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