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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    It looks like I'll have to wait for the RC. Sigh...
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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    It looks like I'll have to wait for the RC. Sigh...
    It should be in sooner than that. It is already available as source. I would expect a few days at the most. The kernel number is 2.6.27-5.8
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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    What would be the easiest way to get the new kernel into the Ibex beta without an ethernet connection (when booted to Ibex)? Could I download it in Hardy or Windows and then integrate it into Ibex somehow?
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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    You can download the first "daily" ISO spin after the build systems wake up.
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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    Or update the ISO you already have using rsync - saves downloading the whole file, rsync only downloads the changes, making a significant saving.
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    Thumbs down Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    Dual Boot has saved me big time again and again.

    A number of the Alpha's and Beta's have failed to run on my stock IBM Thinkpad R31 or my Compaq Presario.

    I either download from the Alpha or Beta announcement, or much more commonly rsync from Daily Build of Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Kubuntu.

    1. If CD Live doesn't work, chances are an install will not!
    2. Right now, the Beta won't boot to Gnome Desktop at all on this IBM Thinkpad R31. What saved me is dual boot. The other image is an Alpha 5 NOT UPDATED which does work.
    3. Beta and Alpha 6 both boot to "black screen" frozen keyboard at the point Gnome should load the desktop. Dead. Launchpad bug 277344.
    4. What I had to do to get Beta to limp along was to install, which worked since it doesn't use the Gnome desktop, boot in recovery mode, do "fix broken packages", then install Xfce4 which does work.

    An upgrade or update without dual boot would have wiped me out several times.

    Jerry

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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    Has anyone tested the Xubuntu live-CD daily image 4th October?
    Still no ethernet on live-cd, thought it was going to be fixed

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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    check this simple upgrade guide http://www.ubuntugeek.com/upgrade-ub...ibex-beta.html including screenshots.

    Hope this helps someone

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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    Gina: What is the process of using "resync"?
    A short how-to would be helpful.
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    Re: Upgrading Ubuntu to Intrepid Ibex from Hardy Heron

    Gina: What is the process of using "resync"?
    A short how-to would be helpful.
    Rsync Howto Tutorials and Tips or Rsync Howto Community Documents

    What is rsync?

    From the Rsync Howto Community Documents (in part):

    rsync is a program that copies file from one location to another, with it you can make backups of your files, synchronize data on different locations and computers. It is commonly used by unix users to keep a safe backup of their files and is often recommended as the simplest solution for backups and safety copys.
    Rsync minimizes data transfer using delta encoding when appropriate. An important feature of rsync not found in most similar programs/protocols is that the mirroring takes place with only one transmission in each direction.
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