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A few days ago I bought a larger and faster disk for my Dell Precision M65 notebook. If it wasn’t for the new disk, I would have never tried the latest Ubuntu (13.04, aka “Raring Ringtail”), because 12.04 worked fine … Continue reading
I did it again. Upgrade Ubuntu right after a release despite all the problems I had in the past. But this time, after almost four weeks of working with Ubuntu 12.10 on my Asus Eee PC 1000HE, I’m confident that … Continue reading
After upgrading my Eee PC to Ubuntu 12.04 “Precise Pangolin”, I also upgraded my Dell Precision M65 notebook. Like with my Eee PC, in previous versions little worked: Unreliable suspend, no hibernate, no WiFi, and frequent X freezes. This time … Continue reading
Last weekend I did the most stupid thing you can do when a new version of Ubuntu is released: upgrade. At least until things have calmed down a bit. Anyway, I didn’t have much to lose, as things have been … Continue reading
In Ubuntu’s Unity, you get four workspaces per screen, arranged in two rows with two columns each. Fortunately, there’s a way to get more desktop space, but in Ubuntu 11.10 it takes a bit of searching.
I’m currently setting up my new Laptop with Ubuntu Natty. Apart from all the things I hate in Unity (the list is long), there’s one recurring annoyance: the blinking cursor in Gnome Terminal. There’s no menu setting to disable it, … Continue reading