I'm afraid I'm not familiar with eeepc. Nor what the Kernel differences
Which is the default option (the one its on when the menu first comes
up). If is the 3rd option, then try booting the first (probably the
Also, when you say "it shows you are running". Where are you getting
that from. Can you type "uname -a" in a terminal and post that info.
On Tue, 2009-03-17 at 13:09 +0000, John wrote:
Well, that's no good, I noticed that the third option was the eeepc
option, which is what it boots up into, and when I tried the the 5th
option, it doesnt pick up the wireless network at all, its as if its
isnt even installed.
The funny thing, as I have already mentioned, even though I click on
the 3rd option, the eeepc kernel, it shows I'm running
not eeepc. So, I am really confused why that is happening. Hope its
not confusing to you.