All well now - desktop install did the biz. :-[
Thanks to all
Nick Murtagh wrote:
> John Kinsella wrote:
>>> I tried to run a server install as I run a small web server.
>>>> Ok, but does it have a GUI installed? I see the ubuntu-desktop package
> mentioned in one of your posts.
>> The desktop vs server refers to the kind of install you originally
> did, not the purpose of the machine :)
>>>> Could that be the problem?
>>>> Against that - I ran the server upgrade on home machine without a problem..
>>>> Dunno, the comment in that bug seems to imply that doing that can indeed
> cause problems.... I always use the GUI upgrader myself, although I did
> upgrade older versions of Ubuntu from the command line with no problems.
>> Hardy seems to have a lot of problems :/
>> A fresh install might be the way to go...
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