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    Re: Saucy My Way

    Quote Originally Posted by jfernyhough View Post
    I go even further. I start with a mini.iso, do a CLI install, then build up from there.
    I want to do it just like you,that's my next install BUT I can not find a 13.10 minimal cd only the 13.04 and that I don't need but I can port the repos to saucy right?
    need your feedback here,pls.Thank You....

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    Re: Saucy My Way

    Quote Originally Posted by kuvanito View Post
    I want to do it just like you,that's my next install BUT I can not find a 13.10 minimal cd only the 13.04 and that I don't need but I can port the repos to saucy right?
    need your feedback here,pls.Thank You....
    Saucy mini ISO's...
    32-bit http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dis...tboot/mini.iso
    64-bit http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dis...tboot/mini.iso
    Cheesemill

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    Re: Saucy My Way

    and I keep playing with Saucy
    Today I installed Saucy daily build 2013-05-07 and right away I installed gnome-session-fallback and it brought back a lot of good memories
    here are few pics of my Saucy My Way,hehehehe
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    Re: Saucy My Way

    the only problem I am having with fallback is the window buttons are not working when the windows are Maximized (full size screen) and I bet it has a lot to do with the new clutter but I can always right click on the button of the window and close it,etc

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