It's been a while since posting in this forum. I now use the latest beta version of Lubuntu (a lightweight version of Ubuntu) on my Samsung NB30. I have the latest kernel and this Lubuntu beta is based on the Natty version of Ubuntu.
Here are the problems I'm having with it:
The default wireless driver floods my logfiles with this message:
rtl819xE:No more TX desc@6, ring->idx = 0,idx = 0,52
If I put the lid down on the netbook to save power, after resuming from power saving, the wireless stops working (it says "Device not ready").
I know Voria offers some tools, problem is that installing them also installs CPUFreq - this makes Flash player constantly crash. Without CPUFreq, Flash player rarely crashes.
Thank you for reading. Hope someone can help me.
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