Ubuntu on the Acer Aspire One
The Acer Aspire One (or AA1, or AAO, as it's known by fans), is a type of ultra-portable computer called a "Netbook". It is in the same class as the Asus EeePC and the MSI Wind. Unless otherwise specified, this set of documentation refers to the most recent non-testing release of Ubuntu.
Issues & Notes
8.10 (Intrepid Ibex)
- Upgrading to BIOS v. 3309 from Acer's website fixes visibility issues with the card reader.
Please visit the AA1/Installation section first. For a general set of fixes post-install, please check AA1/Fixes. For tips and suggestions on getting the most out of your Ubuntu install on the AA1, please see AA1/Using.
This set of documentation is intended to organize and clarify the resources available for the Aspire One on this wiki, and has been sourced from AspireOne. The header and general design of this set of documentation (beginning with "AA1") was largely copied from the EeePC documentation set.