Talk about installing other operating systems on the micro PC.
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I've had ubuntu on my ux for years, however, it was starting to get slow and feel sort of glutted. After talking to a friend I made the move to Crunchbang. Its based on ubuntu but its minimal and uses openbox. Everything pretty much works, obviously the camera's and that sort of thing doesn't, but all the normal stuff like touchscreen etc, even the composite tv out on the stand works without any setup.
Generally my 280p is docked with a mini-travel mouse connected. I haven't adjusted the mouse at all. The sensitivity is still an issue on the default mouse. It does seem a little less sensitive tho compared to some older ubuntu installs I've had. Openbox is super customizable, I'm sure its something that could be easily fixed. Worst case you just turn off the tap sensitivity and use the mouse buttons on the opposite side of the screen.
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