I have an Asus Eee PC that had the old Ubuntu Easy Peasy Eee remix on it (I think it was based on 8.04 LTS release). Anyway the software on it was ancient and rather than throw it out I thought I’d install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and try running the Unity desktop on it.
So what? You may ask. The model of Eee PC that I have is the 901. For those that don’t know; it comes with two SSDs, one fast 4GiB device (that is supposed to hold the operating system) and a slower 16GiB device for user data. See the problem? Yes 4GiB is very small for a modern OS and you don’t really want it running on the slower, larger device.
Well I succeeded and I am writing this blog post on the newly set up Asus Eee PC.