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I had ubuntu 11.10 working well on this netbook, but I decided to upgrade to the latest release. I followed official ubuntu wiki tutorial and managed to install the system correctly.

What bugs me, is that I can't get the graphics driver to work. The suggested package located at 

doesn't work. Ubuntu software center says:

Unkown architecture 'armel'.

With no graphic drivers, the netbook is laggy (probably processor taking care of the graphics as well).

What is the problem? Is there a working package, or am I doing something wrong?

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With the arrival of 12.10 this got fixed. Toshiba is now working nicely on the official Lubuntu 12.10 version.

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