James McCarthy wrote:
> Two thumbs up.
>> Was running on Breezy PPC,
> used apt-get to upgrade,
> three hours later I was running Dapper.
>> Everything worked that was working before the upgrade,
> and a few things that weren't working before worked now.
>> Dapper => dogs balls.
Have to agree - moved from Debian unstable on the laptop and it detected
all my hardware (including the WiFi card) out of the box. Also does all
the power management. Installed network-manager and now it does WPA as
well. No faffing around with compiling IPW2200, IEEE802.11 and
Only thing I don't like is I can't increase the tracking speed on the
It's getting to the stage I can see myself using Ubuntu as my default OS.
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