This page gives an overview about the various kinds of notebooks available
from Asus. It also lists the state of support of the various components
under Linux. It also contains pointers to "official" sources of information
(Asus webpages) and discusses the pros and cons of the models when it comes
to running Linux on them.
Klick here for a guided tour on how to install Linux on an Asus notebook.
The iX SSBA benchmark suite has been run under Linux on an Asus P6300 Notebook
that was equipped with a 200MHz Pentium MMX mobile module, 64MB RAM and
a 3.2GB harddisk. The benchmark results can be found
Get Everything in a Tarball!
You can get all the pages on the Asus notebook as a tarball from here.
This is convenient if you are using a dial-up connection to the Internet
and want to read all the information offline.
If you have any comments or suggestions concerning the information
provided here, please let me know.
Thanks to all the people who have provieded information about their experiences
with running Linux on Asus notebooks. Without their contributions, this
page would not be possible in that extent. I'll try to list the names of
all the contributors here in the future so that they get the credits the
This page was last modified at October 9th, 1999.
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