The latest Ubuntu version 9.04 code name Jaunty Jackalope (a very peculiar name, I might add) has just been released last week on April 23 ‘09. This release comes with some new features as stated in Ubuntu.com, so as with many other Linux enthusiasts, I download the ISO for desktop live CD, and install this version.
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First of all, I have switched job since the last time I posted on upgrading Ubuntu 7.10 to 8.04. Sadly, that means my laptop has to be returned to my previous employer and there I have to say goodbye to my nicely set up Ubuntu 8.04.
Now that Ubuntu 8.10 has arrived, so that I only have the option to clean install the new Ubuntu release. But which clean installation process to select?
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I have joined my current company for a few months now, and I start to
understand the dire situation of the IT department. Frankly speaking,
the current state is far from perfect.. very far! For one, there are…
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OK, now that the latest Ubuntu Linux has been released, a lot of people want to try and test the system, myself included. Of course, the first option is to download the live CD and test it myself, which I did. After knowing that all the devices in my computer are supported well (at least, most of the devices that I am using), then I want to upgrade my existing Gutsy installation to Hardy. However, there is a catch…
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