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Specifically, I made sure that I got the ISO file for xubuntu, alternate and 32 bit (i386).The alternate part allows it to be installed in the 4 GB SSD of the EEEPC, and the 32 bit (i386) part fits the processor.I looked at these issues: On my EEEPC 701, there is no way of replacing the 4 GB Solid State Drive (SSD) with a larger-capacity SSD without soldering.There are EEEPC models where you can easily take out the SSD and replace it, but my EEEPC 701 model is not one of them.The Asus Eee PC 1005HA is a laptop manufactured by Asus in 2009.It features an Intel Atom N280 with 1GB of RAM (upgradable to 2GB), a 160GB hard disk, and a Mobile Intel 945ME Express with 250MB of VRAM.Kernel configuration is based on the sys-kernel/gentoo-sources-3.0.6.As the Eee PC 1005HA does not have a CD/DVD drive, the easiest way to install Gentoo is using a Live USB.
Follow the guidance on partitioning as given in the handbook, with the following exception to enable Boot Booster: The Asus Eee PC 1005HA features a technology called Boot Booster, which can reduce boot times by a few seconds by caching the results of the POST on the hard disk.
After buying an EEEPC in early 2008, I kept the same operating system that came with the computer for a while.
The operating system was a custom version of Linux called Xandros and came in a tabbed interface which I switched to a full desktop mode (KDE) installation option.
Note that installing this version of ubuntu requires that you have a live Internet connection during installation.
Note also that replacing the operating system will wipe out all your information on the EEEPC.
The system does not boot using the EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface), but rather uses the partition type to identify which partition to read/write the cache.