Hello one and all.
I've currently got Debian 5.0 installed and working with the wireless
(yeah!), but I'm reading interesting things with Ubuntu 9.04 and
thinking, do I or don't I?
What are peoples views?
Wireless Network Adapter , I believe its an Atheros.
On May 4, 2009 3:54 PM, "dave" <dave(a)staffslug.org.uk> wrote:
ant burton wrote: > > Hi All, > > I have installed Ubuntu 9.04, this was
done as a fresh install as ...
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What wireless are you using?
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I have installed Ubuntu 9.04, this was done as a fresh install as the
Upgrade process messed up Gnome, I managed to rescue my files though.
The only other problem I had was that my Graphics cards proprietary driver
was not found straight away, however after opening system -> adminstration
-> Hardware Drivers and it showing nothing then rebooting it magically
Everything else went smoothly. Wireless worked with no messing. I install
the build essential and ubuntu restricted extras no probs and apache with
mod php mysql and python for all worked fine.
I say give it a go but probably best 2 dual boot like kevan mentioned.
On May 4, 2009 2:27 PM, "Kevanf1" <kevanf1(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2009/5/4 dave <dave(a)staffslug.org.uk>:
> Hello one and all. > > I've currently got Debian 5.0 installed and working
with the wireless > (ye...
I had a very early version Deb 5 running months and months ago. It
was fine back then but I cannot be doing with that Ice Weasel thing
instead of Firefox. I know they are the same thing but it jsut bugs
me. However, Deb 5 = great distro.
Ubuntu 9.04 ..... I have heard a few people mention some broken bits.
Nothing that somebody competent can't put right but broken
nevertheless :-( They shouldn't be but no, I can't remember what they
So, what would I do? Dual boot. Run Ubuntu for a while to make sure
it works for me and then, 'if' I was happy with it I'd have to make
the decision of which distro to keep and which to ditch :-)
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