The default Jupiter icon looks great on a colourful gnome system but is very distracting on an ubuntu dual-color icon theme (such as mono or ambiance)
This is the default icon (power saving mode):
And here are the icons I’ve created, which represent the processing power settings available:
Here is an example of the icon in use:
I’ve put all these files on Github 🙂.
It works like a charm.
No, really. The very first thing I did was wipe the hard disk so that I could install Ubuntu (I’d considered letting windows co-exist until I turned it on for the first time and was confronted with a series of licence agreements and spywares!).
I just followed the instructions here: http://seaborne.blogspot.com/2010/07/ubuntu-on-samsung-n210.html.
I can’t believe how painless this was. The install took about 15-20 minutes in total, although apparently the next version of ubuntu will install whilst taking user details; this should cut down install time even further! (the longest time for me was picking a decent password!)