RC5 has landed.
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RC5 has landed.
WARNING! I got the "error getting socket: address family not supported by protocol" problem when attempting to boot into 4.6.1 today.
Steam switched from Ubuntu to Debian for SteamOS, maybe this is related?
Perhaps because this?
I much prefer Nautilus 3.8.2 to 3.6.x - Tree view came back! :D
According to https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux:-
Main is at 3.9.0-7.15 (based on 3.9.7)
Proposed is at 3.10.0-0.7 (based on 3.10-rc7)
rc7 + nividia-319 working fine for me too! :D
Go to the "Privacy" tab in "System Settings" - you can disable it from there.
I think what fixed it for me (I have a GTX670 so I'm using nvidia-319) was to lock nvidia-319 to the xorg-edgers/saucy version to stop it being overriden by saucy's own nvidia-319 & install...
I jumped in at the weekend, and went straight to rc4.
I found that dkms didn't want to build nvidia-319 against this kernel (or any 3.10 series kernel) until I added xorg-edgers PPA.
ISTR Grub may have issues if /boot is on a btrfs partition.
I am aware of this, I was just allowing for more dev releases before 3.8 "final" version appears.
The question is, will 13.04 update to 3.8 Nautilus eventually? Or will we have to use the Gnome3 PPA...
Not until we get Nautilus >=3.7.90
Tree view was removed in the 3.6 series (13.04 has 3.6.3 I think?) but reinstated in 3.7.90
The upstream decision was reversed rather quickly, and tree view returned in version 3.7.90, available in the Gnome3 PPAs.
Sadly, Ubuntu devs have chosen to give us version 3.6.3.
Updates always speed up in the last few weeks of a development phase, as more & more "showstopper" bugs are closed before the final release date.
To minimise breakage, either don't use the...
Not sure which repos I have enabled (posting from work), but Synaptic is reporting a UEFI signed kernel available.
First, remove the metapackage "lubuntu-desktop" - this is what insists you need a word processor, web broswer, etc.
I think rc5 has the "brick your UEFI Samsung laptop" problem.
rc6 has now been released which fixes this.
Read the instructions. They say to unlock the phone (swipe/pin/face - whatever you've set it to) before you try to mount it by right-clicking on the launcher.
As I stated in a previous thread, this works for me with an S2:- How To Properly Mount Android 4.0+ Devices In Ubuntu Using Go-mtpfs
You end up with an android launcher in unity which you...
This works for me:- How To Properly Mount Android 4.0+ Devices In Ubuntu Using Go-mtpfs
Landed yesterday (12/12/2012)
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