I’ve done a slobby job answering comments lately. There were about 500 unanswered comments, but after a little hard replying-work today, I’m down at 225 unanswered comments. I will have them answered in no time as well. I’m very sorry I’ve been so bad at replying lately.. It’s fantastic how you guys are commenting like crazy. I think there’s about a new comment every hour. It’s truly amazing. Thank you for contributing with your thoughts, ideas and regards!!

As I’m not blogging every day and I think some people want to keep an even closer look at what’s happening with Ubuntu Eee, I’ve set up a Twitter account. I will strive to keep it up to date 24/7 :) It’s available here: http://twitter.com/ubuntueee

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  1. Karsten October 24, 2008 at 2:31 pm #

    It seems that the right management on your twitter site is not okay, I am able to delete entries from the poll and change existing ones. Only you (Jon) should be able to do it.

  2. Carlos October 24, 2008 at 11:01 pm #

    Respectfully, with 1.293 fans already in Facebook group, and with http://www.ubuntu-eee.com not as updated as we’d like it to be,
    why another site, why twitter?

  3. me October 28, 2008 at 2:50 pm #

    Try this:


    It’s not me who made it, but it might help get your creativity going.

  4. Dominik October 31, 2008 at 9:47 pm #

    Hey there,
    I love Ubuntu Eee but i have a problem that I cant solve, I spent like 9 hours today trying to figure out what to do, but the Grub thing is confusing me.
    So I installed ubuntu on hd1(16gb). hd0 (4gb) is Windows XP. It works fine, even the Dual-Boot Screen, but after I used Windows XP again for the first time after installing ubuntu it won’t work after the next restart. The Asus Bios Screen comes up, then a black scree, followed by the Asus Bio Screen again, black screen, asus screen, period. I dont know what else to do. Nobody replies to my posts in different forums, maybe its just a really dumb mistake and people think that I could figure it out by myself, but I cant.

    Thank You

  5. tdej November 1, 2008 at 12:53 am #

    i’m a new user for ubuntu (linux)
    i use ubuntu eee 8.04 on my eeepc 900 (hd 30 gb)
    i’d like to know how can i upgrade to 8.04.1? not reinstall

  6. david November 6, 2008 at 3:46 am #

    I am running an Intrepid minimum install (from mini.iso cd of 10 mb), i just installed (by net) Xorg, gdm, (optional) Xfce desktop and Ion3 (a very good window manager)… mi eee 900 fly as i never believe.. i think you will be interested in minimal-optimal installations of your distro.. for furture releases… check it

  7. Rasmus Pinnerup November 7, 2008 at 4:37 pm #

    Any idea when we might see an Ubuntu EEE version of Ibex? I understand that you can’t give an exact date, but will it be a matter of days, weeks or even months?

    Great work, btw!

  8. Bloxorz November 9, 2008 at 7:38 am #


    I’m writing here because I’m a new EEE-PC user and recently gived a try @ ubuntu-eee – problem is, webcam and sound doesn’t work “out of the box” when installing ubuntu-eee on my 701SD, and after couple of days trying to figure how to make it work I finally quit and reverted back to xandros… this situation kinda sucks. So I decided to write a comment here, hopefully this issue would be solved within the upcoming 8.10-eee release… Please dev team, hear my call, there’ still 701 users who would like their hardware supported.

    Thanks for your time reading. I hope I’ll be able to finally use ubuntu on my eee real soon! :)

  9. Jon Ramvi November 26, 2008 at 11:59 pm #

    Sorry about the late answer
    @Carlos The idea is that ubuntu-eee.com is a clean “Get Ubuntu Eee” page, the wiki is for documentation and I write some community updates here. With Twitter I’m able to give the specially interested updates in between the bigger blog posts
    @me Thanks for the link!
    @tdej I’m sorry, but that isn’t possible. I know it sucks.. We’re fixing it with our next release
    @Rasmus Pinnerup January 1th :)

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