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mwestlund

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PostPosted: Tue 10 Jun 2008, 00:44    Post subject:  Eee to Puppy!
Subject description: Questions... LEAP/PEAP, screen res
 

I have been using Puppy on my IBM Thinkpad for several years. Late last fall I got a Eee. I *LOVE* it. Really. But I want to switch from the stock OS to Puppy. I understand there is Pupeee and Breezy. I feel comfy with Puppy overall. But have a few concerns.

My main concerns about Puppy on the Eee are:

First is the ability to easily switch the resolution to 800x600 or so for external monitors and back to the standard internal Eee display.

Second, I use my Eee at school and they only support LEAP/PEAP wifi. Would Puppy support this M$ protocol? (I'm assuming the CAT5 LAN connector works just fine.)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for all the info that people have freely share. -Mark
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