How do I install Ubuntu on my EEE PC?

The Linux Xandros does not display Korean fonts / links in Korean fonts. So I wanted to see if the ubuntu does. I want to install Ubuntu to a 2gig EEE PC Surf model.

https://help.ubuntu.com/commu

FredR's picture

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/aufsRootFileSystemOnUsbFlash?highlight...

Look at section 5.2 "Tested eeepc". This may be what you're looking for. They don't install to the internal 2GB flash but to an additional card.

I picked up a 2GB SD card today but cannot install Ubuntu to it (not large enough). I don't have an eeepc either, but I remember someone from here was wondering.

Let me know how it works!

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