Wiki page added to collect info on Linpus Linux

David Mohr squisher at
Tue Sep 16 01:29:07 CEST 2008

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 12:43 PM, Kok, Auke <sofar at> wrote:
> David Mohr wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I just recently got a Acer Aspire One, and while poking a bit around
>> in the system it's interesting to see what is Xfce, what is not, and
>> most of all what parts of Xfce got modified! There has been some talk
>> in the irc channel about this, but I thought it would be good to have
>> a central place to collect this information. I added a page to the
>> wiki:
>> It'd be great if everyone would add any info they find there, so that
>> it can be available to a broader audience.
>> Auke, if those kernel patches you mentioned some time ago are publicly
>> available, it'd be great if you could add a link to them to the wiki.
>> Thanks everyone, and let's see how much we can find out! Who knows,
>> maybe there is even something worthy to get ported into Xfce proper
>> ;-).
>> ~David
> the fastboot patches are either already in here or are going to be:

Hehe, there aren't by chance any "fastresume" patches in the works?
I've noticed that even with the stock kernel the aspire one already
almost boots faster than it resumes!

> some of this is already in linux-next as well.
> you can expect more patches to be released when moblin2 packages go online (some
> of them already are I think, like some X patches).
> Cheers,
> Auke

Thanks for the links,

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