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13 Dec 2010
I think we are reliving the great disappointments that we went through with the Sharp SL**** series. I have the SL5500, SL5600 and SL6000. They (Sharp) were real good for updates t the beginning, and then forgot we existed.

Maybe they are counting on the users to build their own versions of the OS and keep it updated???
17 Mar 2010
I know I saw a post on something like this when I set up my Acer Aspire One with Ubuntu, but I cannot find it. When I want to, for example, set up the wireless connections, and a dialogue box opens up, the [next] or whatever buttons ar not visible, as the screen resolution places them below the screen. Can somebody help me PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE? Thanks in advance!
1 Mar 2010
Thanks for your reponses. Can you guys first check the link I posted above and tell me if it is the correct file? Thanks in advance!
1 Mar 2010
I have downloaded de proper Flash Player lite file (see link here: ftp.photoengineering.org/netwalker) and tried to install it several times, and it apparently DOES install, but does not work. On Youtube, for example, I get a "Java disabled or not installed" warning. There are videos on Youtube that show Youtube working on the Netwalker. What am I doing wrong? Can sombody help me please? Thanks in advance!
24 Feb 2010
Dear Friends,

The idea is to have a folder on my Netwalker that that is visible and open (no passwords) to the public, such as my family's WindowsXP and Mac machines, and my own WindowsXP and Ubuntu desktop and latop. The purpose is to move files back and forth, mostly pictures and documents.

I have created a folder on my Netwalker's 16-GB microSDHC storage card called "Sharenetwalker", and then installed the proper Samba packages. I also set up the proper sharing options, as I have a trillion times on other Ubuntu installs. Then I was asked to restart session. I did. But when I click on "Create Share", I get an error message: " 'net usershare' returned error 255: cannot convert name "Everyone" to a SID. The connection was refused. Maybe smbd is not running".


Thanks in advance!
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