Upgrading to Ubuntu 6.06

The “To do the upgrade, edit your /etc/apt/sources.list, …”-game is over. Finally! Michael Vogt worked very hard to make upgrading to a new release the overall pleasurable experience that Ubuntu in general is. Let’s have a look how it works. 1. Run gksu “update-manager -d” and type in your password afterwards. 2. Find out there’s […]

Crash-o-rama

If you know this picture too well or you read “This application has quit unexpectedly.” once too often or you thought of a pet name for bug-buddy, gdb or valgrind already make sure you visit us. We’ll be fixing, triaging and examining Crashers and Segfaults and hope you’ll join us in #ubuntu-bugs on irc.freenode.net tomorrow.

Xubuntu!

On Jani Monoses’ last visit to Berlin he saw an old 350 Mhz, 160 MB RAM box in the corner of a room. It was my old router, which I didn’t need anymore and always watched out for a purpose to use it again. I didn’t know that the instruction already existed, but I roughly […]