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 <​html>​ <​html>​
-<h1><​FONT SIZE=5>eeepc Tips-Notes</​FONT></​H1>+<BR> 
 +<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><B>eeepc Tips-Notes</B></​FONT></​P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0in">​NOTE:​ most of the following has been <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0in">​NOTE:​ most of the following has been
 taken from Mick Pope's private Google Doc's to which I (johncoom) taken from Mick Pope's private Google Doc's to which I (johncoom)
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 that is in Mick's Google Doc's, just the most useful stuff with that is in Mick's Google Doc's, just the most useful stuff with
 modifications.</​P>​ modifications.</​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0in"><BR>+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0in">​
 </P> </P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​bqmd"></​A>​Refer to the <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​bqmd"></​A>​Refer to the
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 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A HREF="​http://​www.eeeuser.com/">​http://​www.eeeuser.com/</​A><​BR>​The <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A HREF="​http://​www.eeeuser.com/">​http://​www.eeeuser.com/</​A><​BR>​The
 links to Forums and Wiki etc. are on this main page</​P>​ links to Forums and Wiki etc. are on this main page</​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><BR+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​ 
-</P>+</P><​BR>​
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><​B>​Remove <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><​B>​Remove
 unionfs</​B></​FONT></​P>​ unionfs</​B></​FONT></​P>​
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 useful to remove unionfs and merge the Restore partition with the useful to remove unionfs and merge the Restore partition with the
 first partition of the SDD of the EeePC. (see on line doc's above)</​P>​ first partition of the SDD of the EeePC. (see on line doc's above)</​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><BR><​B><​BR><​FONT SIZE=4>​Bios +<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​B><​BR><​FONT SIZE=4>​Bios 
-Updates</​FONT><​BR></​B><​A HREF="​http://​forum.eeeuser.com/​viewtopic.php?​id=3485">​http://​forum.eeeuser.com/​viewtopic.php?​id=3485</​A></​P>​+Updates</​FONT><​BR></​B><BR><A HREF="​http://​forum.eeeuser.com/​viewtopic.php?​id=3485">​http://​forum.eeeuser.com/​viewtopic.php?​id=3485</​A></​P>​
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​NB:​ I (johncoom) have not bothered <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​NB:​ I (johncoom) have not bothered
-with the Bios updates my self yet</​P>​ +with the Bios updates my self yet</P><BR
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><​BR>+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​
 </P> </P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​w9:​3"></​A><​B><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal"><​FONT SIZE=4>​Restore <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​w9:​3"></​A><​B><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal"><​FONT SIZE=4>​Restore
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 unionfs and you want to restore factory settings you can quickly hit unionfs and you want to restore factory settings you can quickly hit
 '​F9'​ as soon as you start your eeepc, then select restore factory '​F9'​ as soon as you start your eeepc, then select restore factory
-settings from the menu.</​FONT></​P>​ +settings from the menu.</​FONT></​P><BR
-<H3 CLASS="​western" ​STYLE="​margin-top: 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​FONT SIZE=4>​Tweakeee</​FONT></​H3>+<STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><A NAME="​rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><B>​Tweakeee</B></​FONT></​P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​yz8f"></​A><​A NAME="​he56"></​A><​A NAME="​he560"></​A><​A NAME="​f_fv"></​A>​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​yz8f"></​A><​A NAME="​he56"></​A><​A NAME="​he560"></​A><​A NAME="​f_fv"></​A>​
 Load up Tweakeee - does most of these settings in this document Load up Tweakeee - does most of these settings in this document
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 Beta 0.4 of Tweakeee, its linked from the above:</​P>​ Beta 0.4 of Tweakeee, its linked from the above:</​P>​
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A HREF="​http://​www.infinitedesigns.org/​archives/​195">​http://​www.infinitedesigns.org/​archives/​195</​A></​P>​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A HREF="​http://​www.infinitedesigns.org/​archives/​195">​http://​www.infinitedesigns.org/​archives/​195</​A></​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><​BR>+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​
 </P> </P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​This installs Tweakeee to the <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">​This installs Tweakeee to the
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 installed from Tweakeee, plus there is some very useful 'extra installed from Tweakeee, plus there is some very useful 'extra
 config'​ items with Tweakeee ! It is well worth the installation.</​P>​ config'​ items with Tweakeee ! It is well worth the installation.</​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><BR><​BR>​+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR>​
 </P> </P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​js4e1"></​A><​A NAME="​disabling_at_startup_only1"></​A><​A NAME="​rj1n1"></​A>​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​js4e1"></​A><​A NAME="​disabling_at_startup_only1"></​A><​A NAME="​rj1n1"></​A>​
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 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><​BR>​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><​BR>​
 </P> </P>
-<H2 CLASS="​western" ​STYLE="​margin-top: 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal"><​A NAME="js4e"></​A><​A NAME="​disabling_at_startup_only"​></A> +<STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><B>​Disabling SD/USB popup at startup only (or completely)</​B></​FONT></​P>
-Disabling SD/USB popup at startup only (or completely)</​H2>+
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​xzvi"></​A><​A HREF="​http://​wiki.eeeuser.com/​howto:​tempdisabledevicedetection">​http://​wiki.eeeuser.com/​howto:​tempdisabledevicedetection</​A></​P>​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​xzvi"></​A><​A HREF="​http://​wiki.eeeuser.com/​howto:​tempdisabledevicedetection">​http://​wiki.eeeuser.com/​howto:​tempdisabledevicedetection</​A></​P>​
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​disabling_it_always"></​A>​This <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​disabling_it_always"></​A>​This
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 time and also applies to other plugged in devices. But not a device time and also applies to other plugged in devices. But not a device
 plugged in after boot, if you do the '​Disabling it always'​ option.</​P>​ plugged in after boot, if you do the '​Disabling it always'​ option.</​P>​
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><BR><​BR>​+<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR>​
 </P> </P>
-<H3 CLASS="​western" ​STYLE="​margin-top: 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="s54v"></​A>​<A NAME="​vncserver_startup"></​A>​ +<STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="rj1n"></​A><​FONT SIZE=4><B>​Vncserver startup</B></​FONT></​P>
-<FONT SIZE=4>​Vncserver startup</​FONT></​H3>+
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​n3_d"></​A>​Add this to your <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​n3_d"></​A>​Add this to your
 .icewm/​startup file:  .icewm/​startup file: 
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 </P> </P>
 <PRE STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">/​usr/​bin/​x11vnc -noshm -q -passwd alchester -notruecolor -forever <PRE STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in">/​usr/​bin/​x11vnc -noshm -q -passwd alchester -notruecolor -forever
-</​PRE><​H2 CLASS="​western"​ STYLE="​margin-top:​ 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal"​+</​PRE><​BR
-Extra software worth installing</H2> +<STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="rj1n"></A><​FONT SIZE=4><B>Extra software worth installing</​B></​FONT></​P
-<H2 CLASS="​western" ​STYLE="​margin-top: 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​SPAN STYLE="font-weight:​ medium"><​FONT SIZE=3><SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal"​>Some + 
-tips from Mick, he wrote:- </​SPAN><​I>​This is a list of packages I've+Some tips from Mick, he wrote:- </​SPAN><​I>​This is a list of packages I've
 installed, without a problem just using apt-get, with the installed, without a problem just using apt-get, with the
 repositories above.</​I><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal">​(eg. The repositories above.</​I><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal">​(eg. The
-repositories as installed with Tweakeee I presume)</​SPAN></​FONT></​SPAN></​H2>​+repositories as installed with Tweakeee I presume)</​SPAN></​FONT></​SPAN></​H2><BR>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal"><​FONT SIZE=3><​SPAN STYLE="​font-weight:​ medium">​gftp <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​SPAN STYLE="​font-style:​ normal"><​FONT SIZE=3><​SPAN STYLE="​font-weight:​ medium">​gftp
 - light weight ftp<​BR>​pcman - file manager<​BR><​BR>​mrxvt - light - light weight ftp<​BR>​pcman - file manager<​BR><​BR>​mrxvt - light
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 the above packages, just do the ones that you want.</​FONT></​P>​ the above packages, just do the ones that you want.</​FONT></​P>​
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​
-  
 </P> </P>
 <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal"><​FONT SIZE=4><​B>​Making <P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal"><​FONT SIZE=4><​B>​Making
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 <​BR><​BR>​ <​BR><​BR>​
 </P> </P>
-<H2 CLASS="​western"​ STYLE="​margin-top:​ 0in; margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal">​ 
-<FONT SIZE=4><​B>​Making space</​B></​FONT></​H2>​ 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal"><​FONT SIZE=3><​B>​Package 
-to remove ​         command ​                                     Space 
-saved</​B></​FONT></​P>​ 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ 
-<FONT SIZE=3>​acrobat ​                                ​removepkg 
-acrobat ​                          ​168MB<​BR></​FONT><​BR><​BR>​ 
-</P> 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ 
-<FONT SIZE=3>​frozen-bubble-data ​              ​removepkg 
-frozen-bubble-data ​          ​33.5MB<​BR></​FONT><​BR><​BR>​ 
-</P> 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ 
-<FONT SIZE=3>​tuxpaint ​                               removepkg 
-tuxpaint</​FONT></​P>​ 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ 
-                                             <​FONT SIZE=3>​removepkg 
-tuxpaint-data ​                   26.7MB</​FONT></​P>​ 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in; font-style: normal; font-weight:​ medium">​ 
-<FONT SIZE=3><​BR>​openoffice language packs  (follow the upgrade 
-openoffice below) ~200MB</​FONT></​P>​ 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​BR><​BR>​ 
-</P> 
-<P STYLE="​margin-bottom:​ 0.2in"><​A NAME="​hsig"></​A><​A NAME="​ugp5"></​A><​A NAME="​n1qb"></​A><​A NAME="​a41x"></​A><​A NAME="​md4h"></​A><​A NAME="​n353"></​A><​A NAME="​azog"></​A>​ 
-<​B>​Commands</​B><​BR><​BR>​List packages installed<​BR>#​ dpkg-query -l 
-&​lt;​package wildcard&​gt;<​BR><​BR>​Show files installed by a package<​BR>#​ 
-dpkg-query -L &​lt;​package name&​gt;</​P>​ 
 </​html>​ </​html>​
 +
 +===== Making space =====
 +
 +^**Package to remove** ^ **command** ^ **Space saved** ^
 +|acrobat ​              | removepkg acrobat ​               | 168MB|
 +|frozen-bubble-data|removepkg frozen-bubble-data |33.5MB|
 +|tuxpaint ​             | removepkg tuxpaint| |
 +|Plus the dependant data | removepkg tuxpaint-data | 26.7MB|
 +|openoffice language packs| ​ (follow the upgrade openoffice below) | ~200MB |
 +
 +**Commands**
 +
 +List packages installed\\
 +  # dpkg-query -l
 +
 +package wildcard\\
 +Show files installed by a package\\
 +  # dpkg-query -L <package name>
 +
  
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