Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx LTS Final Release has now arrived!
Been using it for a while now (alpha2) and I'm liking it alot. There are some big changes in this release, some good, some bad.
(check my website on how to change the annoying titlebar buttons)
But overall it is a very well polished and feature packed distribution.
I first started out on Ubuntu 6.06 LTS and the project has come on leaps and bounds since those early days.
The ubuntu community has done some great work, and should be proud of their achievements.
Check it out at:
Ubuntu Home Page | Ubuntu
Downloaded netbook wubi version - can't see my wireless card and some idiots moved window buttons from right to left.
Then I had window popup armegeddon when I tried going into network settings to see if I could sort the wireless out.
Remind me what Mr Shuttleworth was saying about how this release would stop people taking back pre-installed Linux machines to the shops???
I'm sure I'll get in working one day
This is on an acer aspire one 751 11in netbook
Installed it last night and actually really like the whole feel. Gnome feels less 'old-school' in this release too. (Can't stand KDE)
Hoping to test out Visual GTK# with C# and mono this weekend. See how it compares to .net.
Not an orig Asus eeePC running 9.10 it isn'tsudo do-release-upgrade
Not enough free space to run the upgrade on top of existing install
10.04 is 0-2 with me at the moment
tried the apt-clean I'll try the autoclean
Just tried the upgrade from the GUI - it only wanted 32.4M of extra memory - so close but no banana
No luck with auto clean - I'll just make a usb boot drive and re-install it with that
tech_guy (2nd May 2010)
Just installed and configured, had a bit of a 'mare with the themes as I kept my /home partition coming over from mint9. All sorted now, and wow. I'll have to get used to it again, but the sub 30second boot to desktop is awesome. Most of that is just bios checking itself.... now how do I cut that time down.
What sort of machine is that on?but the sub 30second boot to desktop is awesome
Last edited by JJonas; 3rd May 2010 at 10:48 AM.
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