Eee 901 problems – does Asus still care about Linux?

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3 comments on this post.
  1. Charles:

    I agree with the above comment. I bought a Linux 901 because I like the open-source ethos and because from all that I read I was assured that Linux had now arrived as a viable Windows alternative. I cannot get wi-fi to work and did not expect to be bogged down in incomprehensible Linux command line instructions in the first few hours of ownership. This is not what I had expected and I am sure that it will do much to ensure the survival of Windows and that Linux remains in the domain of those who are prepared to spend a lot of time tinkering in operating system.

  2. Alan Secker:

    I have just complained to Asus Technical Support that my new Xandros 901 has virtually no wureless range and drops out requiring manual reconnect, frequently.

    A 900 I had the week before was superb in every respect. If I had known how poor the 901 was going to be I would have kept it.

  3. pete:

    i hav been in contact with asus about my eeec pc 901 and they tellin me to go on line to fill a form in as they phoned me to tonight to fill it in but i cant find it any were just for them to repair it do u no what i can do.