LaibschHi, I got myself an ASUS 1005p this week.  As documented on http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEeePC/Model/1005P the current kernel doesn't yet properly support the Atheros wifi chip.  A simple recompile of the current lucid kernel with http://paste.debian.net/58163/ failed: https://launchpad.net/~r0lf/+archive/ppa/+build/147478700:46
LaibschHm, just realized I was compiling for karmic, that may be the issue.  Retrying for lucid to see if that works better.00:48
MTecknologyAnybody have any idea what happened here?  http://paste.ubuntu.com/366029/06:07
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Q-FUNKhi!  10:30
Q-FUNKI just upgraded my Debian test host and noticed that, upon reboot, its kernel 2.6.32 mounted both / and /home as ext4, as defined in /etc/fstab, while my Ubuntu hosts only mount non-root partitions that way. 10:30
Q-FUNKI was wondering if there's any significant diference between those kernels that could explain this?10:30
Q-FUNKin both cases, we're talking about ext3 partitions that have been defined as ext4 in /etc/fstab to enable the compatibility mode.10:31
Q-FUNKogasawara: is there any final conclusion as to what will be done with bug #396286 ?15:36

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