Originally Posted by Mediocrefunkybeat
I tried Kubuntu on there too actually now I think about it. Hated the KDE interface with an absolute passion. Next on the list is Xubuntu. My main problem is the damned Broadcom wireless adapter in the laptop - same problem you have with the drivers. I have to go around and use a firmware cutter every time I install the system and I invariably forget how to do it.
I think I gravitated toward that because of the GUI, maybe gnome would have been better. But when you have a "windows xp media edition" pc, it's as if it is designed to react like a body rejecting an organ transplant if it has anything except xp media edition on it.