EasyPeasy - Is Just That

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I bought an Asus eeePC
I worked hard to configure it to my liking
The result was passable
Then it all went horribly wrong!
I installed Joliclod
I worked hard to configure it to my liking
The result was passable
Then it began to fall apart,
It failed on an update, it started to 'drop' bits of its functionality, I had to do constant tinkering to get basic components to work, I found I spent more time trying to fix the OS than using the PC.
Then I found EasyPeasy...
I installed EasyPeasy
I installed loads of apps
In all I have had but one tiny niggle - which fixed itself.
I am a happy bunny - I have a 'netbook' which is capable of everything my notebook or my desktop can do.
And it's all thanks to EasyPeasy!
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Tor Grønsund

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An EasyPeasy haiku, cool
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hscarino

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really this is a good OS?
can we install apps that we usually install to window like the odesk team app?
I want to use this but i need to know how this works.
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It's a good OS, but it's not designed to run Windows apps. In many cases, it has its own version which is as good or better. It can also run some Windows programs using a program called WINE. There's a database of apps that are compatible with WINE here: http://appdb.winehq.org/
oDesk isn't on it, though. If you're curious, your best bet might be to keep Windows, but install EasyPeasy in a separate partition so you can play with it and see what you think.
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Odesk team has a linux platform installer. will that work here?
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kakaw

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Looks like it: http://www.odesk.com/help/help/downlo...
If it'll run on Ubuntu, it'll run on EasyPeasy.