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Meine Erfahrungen mit Linux auf dem Notebook

Kubuntu 13.04 on a Fujitsu ESPRIMO P720 E90+

Now for the first time a solid desktop machine to juggle with a little development environment using several virtual machines. This machine comes with a Intel® Q85 chipset and Intel® Core™ i5-4670 processor (4 x 3,40 GHz, 6 MB Cache). The full setup ran via USB-flash-drive using of a apt-cacher-ng .deb proxy incl. data migration it was < 40 min up and running. Means including all my data and all programs I use – tremendous. Read the details: Weiterlesen

Kubuntu 11.10 on a Asus EeePC 1215B

I wanted to have a Netbook – means a light device with 10″ to 12″ size screen, no optical drive, but hell a lot of battery power instead. Using my current Netbook usual screen resolution of 1024×600 turned out to be an issue on some web sites. Some flash based applications and even some desktop application give you a hard time with 600 px height. So the new AMD® Fusion E450 platform you get a more powerful CPU and a screen resolution of 1366×768 let us see if this is enough. This machine comes with a 6 cell battery pack, I would love to have more power. Let’s see if this has enough reserves for traveling. Read the details:


FreeDOS vom USB-Stick booten

Einige BIOS-Updates sollen heute via Windows gemacht werden, das finde ich Erstens nicht so schlau und Zweitens sperrt das Linux-Benutzer aus. Zumeist können diese BIOS-Updates auch via DOS-Programm geschehen. Dazu muss eine DOS-Startdiskette mit BIOS-Flash-Tool gebaut werden und auf einen USB-Stick gebracht werden. Ist gar nicht schwer, nur habe ich bis dato keine vollständige im Netz Anleitung gefunden. Hier ist meine. Weiterlesen

Kubuntu 11.10 on a Fujitsu Lifebook AH530

The Lifebook AH530 is very interesting for „a second device“ because it is low cost, 16:9 and comes a long with a hell a lot of features for this price.

It came today, was booting the first time after 30 minutes installation from USB-Boot-Pen-Drive. After two hours all data was transferred and here you go. Kubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot kicks ass, everything automated and operational, it is nothing left to do for me. Read the details: Weiterlesen