My girlfriend has an ASUS eee900 (the version with the 2 SSDs). Although it ships with Xandros, one of the first things I did for her was remove it and install Ubuntu. She's had Ubuntu Netbook Remix on there for a while, but once Unity was enforced on everyone, the poor little netbook can't cope with it (the graphics performance is pretty hopeless).
After swapping and changing a few times to get something she likes, I've installed Linux Mint 9. Unfortunately, the keyboard isn't mapped correctly and I can't find the correct driver to use for it. This means that some of the keys only work with the left shift key, some others only with the right shift key, and some others work with neither. In particular, she can't type an @ sign - which makes emailing people difficult!
Any advice on how I can get the keyboard operating again would be very much appreciated by both of us!