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Thread: Kernel requires cmov feature - 12.04 LTS install hangs

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    Re: Kernel requires cmov feature - 12.04 LTS install hangs

    Can I easily move (without re-installing and configuring everything) from the LUbuntu 10.04 LTS Desktop update channel to the server channel so that I can enjoy the 5 year support lifespan of LUbuntu 10.04 LTS Server?
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    Re: Kernel requires cmov feature - 12.04 LTS install hangs

    There is only one channel. The packages in this channel which are normally used server-side are supported five years, and the desktop packages (including the complete X environment) three years.
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    Re: Kernel requires cmov feature - 12.04 LTS install hangs

    Quote Originally Posted by mrgs View Post
    There is only one channel. The packages in this channel which are normally used server-side are supported five years, and the desktop packages (including the complete X environment) three years.
    Thanks mrgs, that's good to know.
    Might there be an easy way to identify and uninstall all the desktop packages in one go?
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    Re: Kernel requires cmov feature - 12.04 LTS install hangs

    The easy way would be installing the server ISO.

    It will give you a working system until 2015, but with command line only.
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