Sunday, December 9, 2007

What tutorials would you like?

I have some time on my hands so I'm open to suggestion on what the next tutorial on this site should be. Are you having problems getting something done on your EEE? Is there something that hasn't been done that you'd like a tutorial for? Post your suggestions or requests in the comments section of this page and I'll pick one or more to be the next tutorial.

8 comments:

GreatBug said...

How about a tutorial on how to mount internet filesystems, such as GmailFS, JungleDisk, or SSHFS?

I need some solution to expand the internal disk, and these network-based disks seem ideal. Perhaps a speed test could round it out.

Thanks!

Nick said...

I was actually thinking about that the other day, I use a program for my PSP called netfs to share my files over the internet. Something for the EEE should be doable.

filologen said...

I have installed Ubuntu 7.10 on my EEE, and almost everything works. I do however have troubles getting a 1440x900 resolution on my external display using xrandr (I run compiz 3D effects) whereas I can get certain other resolutions to work (I guess I have to add some modeline, but I don't know exactly).

A tutorial on this would be truely appreciated!

Peter in Japan said...

Some no brainer (to some) stuff, like a) how to add the apps you want to the launcher bar (it's way hard when you're coming from Mac and Windows, IMHO), b) how to make an app auto-launch?

Anonymous said...

Need help installing 881USB Sierra
Wireles aircard through ATT...someone on eeeuser.com told me the kernel is 2.6.21..there is info on SW site which is unsupported..but it is way too tech for me..thanks

kingrussian1 said...

How about how to boot Windows XP from a flash drive or external hard drive?

Peter in Japan said...

I'd like to request more OS X stuff. I downloaded the 10.4.8 install that's floating around there and got it installed, although it failed to boot (kernal panic every time). Possibly due to the "options" button to allow me to set the partition boot system not showing up for me (as it supposedly does for people installing Leopard). Possibly due to some other step I left off (the "post install patch" that I saw, again for Leopard, that many swore they didn't need to do). So, can you or anyone offer such a walkthrough?

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