I now have an Asus Eee PC running NetBSD 4.0 (a releng netbsd-4 snapshot dated
the 15th December). Someone suggested off list that I should try dd'ing boot
floppies to a memory stick to kick start an installation, and that worked
perfectly after I'd failed to get a bootable memory stick going. XFree86 works,
but neither the wired or wireless ethernet appear to, so I'll be reinstalling
with -current shortly in the hope that Quentin Garnier has been able to commit
some appropriate changes.
I tried to find a guide with tips for running NetBSD on hardware that includes
I'm now wondering whether there are any other tweaks I should make to prolong
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