I thought XFS was gone in this release, I'm pretty sure it was one of
Also, for those that may modify their systems some what, this release
starts using Ubuntu's Upstart daemon to replace SystemV. The only
thing /etc/inittab is used for now is for specifying which run level
to launch into.
Think I'll play it safe and do a fresh install on this one, /home on a
separate partition makes that a doddle
slaine at slaine.org
On 16 May 2008, at 19:33, FRLinux wrote:
> On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 7:07 PM, Frank Murphy <frankly3d.ilug at gmail.com> > wrote:
>> They advise against crossgrading ix86 to x64.
>> Backup and do a freshie.
>> Besides network upgrades have never been encouraged and I hit myself
> the first issue this morning when it couldn't connect to the XFS
> server anymore. Result ? Logging in under Gnome gave a blank screen
> then Xorg.0.log complained about the usual Type1 font missing.
>> Once that got fixed, nice upgrade.
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