[PLUG] बेडियन फॉर नेटबुक्स...

मःसागरः o.s.h.o at guruvision.com
Wed Apr 18 11:47:21 IST 2012

On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:35 AM, G Karunakar <indlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2012/4/17 मःसागरः <o.s.h.o at guruvision.com>:
>> On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 9:35 PM, Arun Khan <knura9 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 1:21 PM, मःसागरः <o.s.h.o at guruvision.com> wrote:
>>> .... snip ....
>>>> the story is getting very interesting with following results...
>>>> 1. openSUSE failed to boot (load) properly.
>>> Which version?
>> opensuse 12.1 live cd kde version x86-64
>>>> 2. mageia x86_64 could not find root device to mount and hence kernel
>>>> panic (while booting from harddisk loaded Mandriva, previously
>>>> installed which does not let me login due to bad x-configuration even
>>>> after sucessfull install.
>>> It is possible that you have flaky hardware.    Ubuntu/openSUSE have
>>> worked well on both my netbooks (first from 2009 and the second on
>>> 2010).
>> don't you think it is too easy & early to jump to that conclusion...?
>> hardware is considered one of the best :-) by usual middle class
>> thinking standard..
> And you could still tell the hardware configuration, is it
> laptop/desktop, what model, which CPU, graphics etc.
> Karunakar

sure, eeepc 1215B, with 320 GB of hard disk...

another interesting thing, as I was attempting to load kubuntu just
few minutes back alongside debianKDE  that I installed last evening
(which did not come to my expectations because lot of things are
intelligible by my standard about how to configure X again etc.)

the kubuntu suddenly declared that the remaining 200Gb (left out after
debian install) is unusuable...
and it does not want to play along debian...

**how nice of all these distros, that they don't recognize each others

in this regard, in old times mandriva was very good in recognizing
such things is what i remember from my similar experiments 3-4 years

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