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Is there any news about other hardware (eg, wifi) in it working? Is that testable at this stage?
At the very least, this is encouraging. We can look at the freebsd driver if need be.
Has anyone been able to determine what would be involved in fixing this?
Is it a minor revision on another chip we already have drivers for, or will this need a whole new driver?.
they took ages last year to get the videos up
perhaps it'll be the same again this year
i'd like to know if there is a reason why they wait,
things like LCA only take a day or 2
we need much more awareness of the need to standardise the toolchain and some commonly available libraries
LSB is one way, and i find it terrible that its not default as you say
you may want to try the repository version for ease of installation
sudo apt-get install eclipse
you seem to be taking the angle that its the dna code that makes us all liable
usa != whole world... :P
not everywhere has software patents
it so he can go
"ive got 1000 emails here, who's buying?"
do the maths.
later stuff in cs is described in maths
(well, all the interesting stuff anyway)
once your actually in the maths course, you'll ask yourself what all the fuss was about
hi, i used this guide just then
initially everything worked except actually having firefox go to a page
but then i disabled the ethernet and that seemed to fix it
so yeah, no real problems, thanks...
linux needs tv ads somehow
so that average joe goes to his computer store and says 'give me that ubuntu i saw on tv'
it DOES NOT need to work better than windows
it DOES NOT need to look better...
D sounds rather interesting, thanks for the link back there.
is there much in suse worth harvesting for ubuntu? or is it just more of the same?
i thought that the reaction from everyone would have been much more serious.
no fork, no ddos attack, no legal action from other oss vendors
its been much more calm and measured that it could...
im ok with mono, as long as its MONO, and not a .NET emu
if they get rid of winforms and related then i see no issue, MONO is following an open standard otherwise
any 'IP' that microsoft has on...