So, ive heard people complaining about the slow SSD drive on hte eeepc when using XP and such. How is it with Back Track? Any experience of slow disk access? (it's primarily the 900 im thinking about)
-Monkeys are like nature's humans.
I am really happy with my brand new EEE PC 1000H, but I would like to change the default wireless card, because it doesn't support packet injection. I looked for a miniPCI-E card with Atheros chipset, used Google and forum search, and found GIGABYTE GN-WI06N 802.11N a/b/g/n(Atheros AR5008) card most attractive to me. However, I have seen different user opinions with it. For example, Lanwarrior had problems with this card, but few others have said(in this forum and I read one blog entry as well), that this card works flawlessly with BT3/aircrack-ng using MadWifi drivers. Can somebody confirm, that GN-WI06N-RH works(packet injection+monitor mode and all other advanced features) with EEE PC 1000H and BT3/aircrack using MadWifi drivers?
Is there anyway to squeeze more battery life out of an EEE PC when running BT3? I've noticed BT3 (linux in general) it is abit of a power hog compared to XP on a EEE PC.
with or without my module?
if you run a plain BT3 installation you'll wireless will be always on (or, well, always off) and the cpu stuck at 900MHz, not a good start from a power save perspective ;-)
EeePC 70x enhancing module: http//sid77.slackware.it/bt3/
Am a 901 owner though.. Ahh just seen your module thread I have left a post over in that thread instead.