I use linux on my Aspire one but not Linpus Lite There is a known problem with the acer one switch. so you may want to try blacklisting the acer_wmi module and you mey have to change your wireless driver. try running NetworkManager in shell and see if it will give you any errors. My wifes Netbook has a similar problem She has the same linux i do. As far as getting NetworkManager to start automatically i'm not sure you may have to add it to startup applications but again i'm not sure about linpus and how it looks.
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You need your to connect your Aspire to a network on which there is a device that does have a CD drive. Share the CD drive with the network and you are home free.
That is how I get stuff onto my Aspire One.
As for connecting your cell phone to the device - sorry. I dont know how to do that.
If you need help with sharing your CD device or setting up a network, you can ask Windows how to do that. If you dont have a wireless router, you will need one. Oh yes, and a second computer. IF you dont have a second computer, borow one from a friend.
If you need more help ... Id like to give it a try.
The network center disappearing is an issue with the linux update server that seems to corrupt the OS.
The solution unfortunately is to reload the OS from the recovery disk.
The aspire ONE does not come with an ODD so you will need to use the disk on a unit that has an ODD to make the recovery USB flash drive.
You will need a USB flash drive that has at least 2GB of storage, a computer with an ODD, and the linpus recovery disk that came ywith your unit.
1. Boot to the linpus disk, one of the options should be to make a recovery USB drive, make sure that no important data is on this USB drive as it WILL be formatted and erased.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions and then insert the recovery flash drive in to the USB slot of the Aspire ONE.
3. Re-start the Aspire ONE and press F2 to go in to setup.
4. Change the boot order to boot from "USB HDD" and press F10 to save and exit.
5. Unit will reboot and recovery will start.
Hi there to solve my problem I updated the firmware in my phone by downloading theme manager v3.2 and efs media builder and followed online instructions and for some reason this seems to have done the trick and i now also have 11 pages of new themes for my lg viewty including the iphone theme but unless your phone is knackered its worth backing up your phone first.there is instructions how to do this on the same sites as the instructions to install the other stuff.
is your wireless router set to broadcast itself?
you should be able to double-click the small, single computer icon in the lower right corner and have at least one wireless network (yours) to connect to. once you click it to connect, it may require a key sequence, if it is set up for it (passcode).Also, try clicking "Start", right-click "Computer", choose "Properties", "hardware" tab, and "Device Manager". Check to see if your wireless network card has a driver problem (yellow exclamation point". Can you access the network with your netbook connected to the router via a cable? If you can, and have internet access, go to the Acer Support site and download the latest wireless card drivers and install them. see if this helps. Good luck!
The following solution has worked for me: - Right-click "My computer" on the start menu, and select "Properties" - Go to the "Hardware" tab, and select "Device Manager" - Check if the wireless adapter is listed under "Network adapters" - If it's not listed, right-click and select "Scan for hardware changes"
With any luck, the wireless adapter should be detected, and the drivers installed.
have been made aware of the network icon issue in Linpus Linux , and
have been provided with a temporary workaround, while the software
vendor investigates this issue. Please follow the steps below: 1. Open the terminal by "ALT+F2" and then type "terminal" ->Run. 2 Run "mv ~/.gconf/system/networking ~/" to clear all the root network connections.
There is one space between mv and ~ and one space between networking and ~
After doing this, it will not have "ANY" network connections that may have been previously setup in network manager. Reboot the unit and the network icon will appear. You will need to configure your network again.