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IIRC I was unable to use right click. That is a deal breaker for me. Almost every os i've put on the mini has needed some mouse command to make my touchpad recognize right click and two fingered scrolling. I downloaded crunch bang but haven't installed it yet.

Edit: And is unity that god awful sidebar menu? That IMO is the worst idea to put on a netbook, which already has a small screen.
Wow. That is definitely a first. I couldn't stand not having horizontal scrolling; but no right click would have been even worse for me. I don't know what to say on that one. I'd have to dig around for answer. As much as I like MeeGo I feel that at times it's been abandoned and that support is rather haphazard for it. It still seems like a beta release to me.

Yeah. Unity is basically like taking Win7's taskbar and sticking it on the left side of the screen. At least that's how it looks to me. The 10.04 version didn't use Unity so you don't have to deal with it.
     
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Wow. That is definitely a first. I couldn't stand not having horizontal scrolling; but no right click would have been even worse for me. I don't know what to say on that one. I'd have to dig around for answer. As much as I like MeeGo I feel that at times it's been abandoned and that support is rather haphazard for it. It still seems like a beta release to me.

Yeah. Unity is basically like taking Win7's taskbar and sticking it on the left side of the screen. At least that's how it looks to me. The 10.04 version didn't use Unity so you don't have to deal with it.
Doesn't look like I'll be trying crunchbang next. I can't get it to install, and I it messed up the boot loader I had for windows. Oh well, I needed to redo that anyways.

I used to have mint on here but have since heard that there is a netbook remix version. I really enjoyed the regular mint 10.10 on it before. I think I'll give meego a shot.
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Doesn't look like I'll be trying crunchbang next. I can't get it to install, and I it messed up the boot loader I had for windows. Oh well, I needed to redo that anyways.

I used to have mint on here but have since heard that there is a netbook remix version. I really enjoyed the regular mint 10.10 on it before. I think I'll give meego a shot.
really cant get it to install? o.O if ya have a problem voice it... 95% of stuff is fixable lol
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really cant get it to install? o.O if ya have a problem voice it... 95% of stuff is fixable lol
It failed every task it was given. I moved on to meego, which has no wireless support out of the box, which is a bad sign already, that and the instructions to make it work that I found don't work at all.
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It failed every task it was given. I moved on to meego, which has no wireless support out of the box, which is a bad sign already, that and the instructions to make it work that I found don't work at all.
lol alright then... to each their own
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lol alright then... to each their own
Yep. Gotta love how an os designed for netbooks doesn't support one of the most common models.
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Yep. Gotta love how an os designed for netbooks doesn't support one of the most common models.
Not to attack you but did you have the wireless card on before the OS started? As in you turned it on in the BIOS and then booted MeeGo? I don't know why but that's the only way I can have wireless working in MeeGo, Fedora, or openSUSE on my netbook. Nothing buntu based however would get it working. Seems like all the netbook makers tried to kill linux use by using unknown or uncommon wireless cards that don't seem to have much, if any, support in Linux.

You might try getting the info from terminal on what the card is.
     
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Doesn't look like I'll be trying crunchbang next. I can't get it to install, and I it messed up the boot loader I had for windows. Oh well, I needed to redo that anyways.

I used to have mint on here but have since heard that there is a netbook remix version. I really enjoyed the regular mint 10.10 on it before. I think I'll give meego a shot.
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It failed every task it was given. I moved on to meego, which has no wireless support out of the box, which is a bad sign already, that and the instructions to make it work that I found don't work at all.
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Not to attack you but did you have the wireless card on before the OS started? As in you turned it on in the BIOS and then booted MeeGo? I don't know why but that's the only way I can have wireless working in MeeGo, Fedora, or openSUSE on my netbook. Nothing buntu based however would get it working. Seems like all the netbook makers tried to kill linux use by using unknown or uncommon wireless cards that don't seem to have much, if any, support in Linux.

You might try getting the info from terminal on what the card is.
? meego? should be nogo...i tried it once, was really frustrated with it, not sure what their end goal with it will be, lets hope they get their acts together.

why don't you stick with what you know OP, if you liked mint 10.10, and it seems like every distro you've tried since then, has been a complete disaster, why not go back to it?

typically it isn't the distro you choose that will run better or not, especially on a netbook, it is the desktop manager you choose to go with.

most distro's have the ability to install the additional desktops without having to reinstall the "spin" of "variant" of it. so it might be worth for you to go back to mint, and install the other desktop or windows manager that are available for it and see which one you like
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? meego? should be nogo...i tried it once, was really frustrated with it, not sure what their end goal with it will be, lets hope they get their acts together.

why don't you stick with what you know OP, if you liked mint 10.10, and it seems like every distro you've tried since then, has been a complete disaster, why not go back to it?

typically it isn't the distro you choose that will run better or not, especially on a netbook, it is the desktop manager you choose to go with.

most distro's have the ability to install the additional desktops without having to reinstall the "spin" of "variant" of it. so it might be worth for you to go back to mint, and install the other desktop or windows manager that are available for it and see which one you like
Good advice, I'm going to throw mint back on there. It is just really frustrating to me that meego wasn't working right for me. It seemed to be extremely responsive too. Although I would have liked to use a different skin.

Thanks for the help guys!
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