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Running Ubuntu Linux on Acer Tablet PCs Part II + III

Here's the two last articles about how to get Ubuntu running on the Acer TabletPC
Here's Part II and here's Part III

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In the end, it was completely worth the time and effort put into getting all the tablet and computer features offered under Ubuntu. The stability of Linux and its memory management ability alone convinced me to switch. Of course, there are hundreds of other benefits. Since this guide was written for Ubuntu 6.06 LTS, the procedures may be different for 6.10 and future versions of Ubuntu. Apparently people upgrading from Dapper Drake (6.06) to Edgy Eft (6.10) have experienced a lot of problems and undoing of their tweaks. It's hard to imagine what is available for free out there and with just a little effort, you can run all your applications without spending a dime.

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