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    The dreaded "Immutable Page"

    Followed the guide here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Forums/Membership

    Logged in with SSO, made sure username etc. is same as on launchpad. And i still get "Immutable Page" for my user page.

    I tried clearing the cache which occasionally throws "edit page", but then still doesn't allow to proceed.

    Then i saw in help page you are also supposed to: 3.Login to the wiki and when you do, make sure the checkbox showing your ubuntu-etherpad membership is checked.

    I am not sure what exactly ubuntu-etherapad is (saw the page about the program will toy with it later), but i found this team and am now attempting to join: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-etherpad
    I guess membership there is needed to edit wiki?!
    If this is a requirement, I believe the aforementioned Membership page should be updated.

    Also while struggling with GPG (i will blame it on gpg4usb, for not being specific enough and me for not reading the manual thoroughly) i came across this page:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto

    The following option is not a good one IMO.
    Validating using Firefox and FireGPG
    This plugin has not been maintained for a while now. So perhaps this instruction should be removed?!

    gpg4usb works great (once you read the manual).

    Easy to understand Ubuntu manual with lots of pics: http://ubuntu-manual.org/
    Do i need antivirus/firewall in linux?
    User friendly disk backup: Redobackup

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    Re: The dreaded "Immutable Page"

    The membership page has been updated with the reference to the etherpad instance. It was something that escaped my notice earlier.
    Please, people, remember to BACKUP before you install that new system. Same if you're upgrading.

    Ubuntu membership via Forums contributions

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    Re: The dreaded "Immutable Page"

    Quote Originally Posted by mastablasta View Post
    Followed the guide here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Forums/Membership

    Logged in with SSO, made sure username etc. is same as on launchpad. And i still get "Immutable Page" for my user page.

    I tried clearing the cache which occasionally throws "edit page", but then still doesn't allow to proceed.

    Then i saw in help page you are also supposed to: 3.Login to the wiki and when you do, make sure the checkbox showing your ubuntu-etherpad membership is checked.

    I am not sure what exactly ubuntu-etherapad is (saw the page about the program will toy with it later), but i found this team and am now attempting to join: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-etherpad
    I guess membership there is needed to edit wiki?!
    If this is a requirement, I believe the aforementioned Membership page should be updated.

    Also while struggling with GPG (i will blame it on gpg4usb, for not being specific enough and me for not reading the manual thoroughly) i came across this page:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto

    The following option is not a good one IMO.
    This plugin has not been maintained for a while now. So perhaps this instruction should be removed?!

    gpg4usb works great (once you read the manual).

    What I do is open two instances. Once logged in I then go to the other page and refresh. it is a bug that comes and goes .. but so far I have not had to do that (resend) for a while.
    This is Rolling Release
    Warnings for New Beta Testers& Helpful Terminal Commands:
    Running 15.10 on Mobo: MSI model: B85-G41 PC Mate(MS-7850) v: 1.0

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