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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] run on a netbook?

From: David Buzz Carlson
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] run on a netbook?
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 05:09:20 +0200
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A 1.6 GHz Atom is plenty fast enough to run the GCS. Most netbooks come with a "customized" linux distro on them, so you may need to replace that with Ubuntu. There are some great tutorials on how to do this for quite a few netbooks out there.

I know my wife's EEE performs just great with the software, though it is a tad too small for my likings.


Spencer Pangborn wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'd like to introduce myself if that's okay. I'm Spencer from Taipei, Taiwan. I'm originally from Detroit, MI but have been living in Asia for a while now. I work in Marketing for a networking vendor...but I found Paparazzi and have been very interested in this cool project. I don't know that much about the hardware, software, Linux, Debian, etc. But I'm hoping that if I can use Paparazzi it will help me dig deeper into these areas. Has anyone ever tried to run Paparazzi on a netbook? If I can get one w/ a Linux OS I'd like to use that as my ground control center. They're small and easy to carry but I'm not sure if a 1.6 GHz processor is fast enough.


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