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    I don't know, I don't use Ubuntu in production at all, just for auto-builders. Make sure you have a backup and try it

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    Upgraded me 2 webserver to 9.10 today - first went in a dream (HP ProLiant DL380 G5) the 2nd has decided that my Acer AL1916 is nwo unknown to it and refuses to give me a resolution greater than 800x600...
    typical since this is the one I use most of (mainly for testing before going onto the 1st "Live" Server...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Upgraded me 2 webserver to 9.10 today - first went in a dream (HP ProLiant DL380 G5) the 2nd has decided that my Acer AL1916 is nwo unknown to it and refuses to give me a resolution greater than 800x600...
    typical since this is the one I use most of (mainly for testing before going onto the 1st "Live" Server...
    Thats the exact reason why I am a bit reluctant to upgrade. But hey, I have till may before ubuntu stop support for 8.10 so maybe I'll just wait till the bug fixes are out.

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    OP: An MD5Sum would put rest to any concerns about the validity of your ISO.

    I actually installed my copy of 9.10 from a cheapy USB key using UNetbootin for the prep. That eliminates any problems with the disc burn and was an order of magnitude faster than 1980s optical media :-)

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    the ones that said, it was the download. got it again and got it on ok. it's odd a corrupted download somehow got bigger.

    1hr pretty much got it sorted to how i want it, to replicate the functionality on the xp i had on before. mostly the internet and to rdp/play video files off my main pc. sweet!



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