Easy Peasy V1.1 A Quick First Look

Posted by smallboxadmin on Apr 24, 2009 12:24 AM EDT
Cooking With Linux; By Ken Leyba
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This leads me to Easy Peasy v1.1, which is based on Ubuntu 8.10. Installing the XFCE respin of Fedora was not uneventful. I had to search the Internet on how to configure the wireless adapter, sound and installing all of the multimedia codecs for video and Internet.

With the exception of a few glitches, for example the wireless indicator LED's aren't working, I'm pleasantly surprised with this netbook distro. Several popular Linux distributions are beginning to support netbook installs. For now though, the current version of Easy Peasy is more than adequate and I'm looking forward to Easy Peasy v2.0 which is in the works. While this wasn't a complete review of Easy Peasy, and despite its silly name, I'm enjoying exploring this netbook distro.

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