Non-pae version of lubuntu 14.04
PhillW at PhillW.net
Wed Apr 9 18:46:51 UTC 2014
part way through my getting my head around re-building a kernel, the kernel
went from #22 to #23.. I was still working out the flags needed, so my
respin is #1. I now know how to change this back to the tracking system I
want (32 bit 22 --> 122 non-pae) this will allow any user to check if they
are running the most recent kernel and will allow updating instead of
You can start at lubuntu 13.10, do an system update to jump to 14.04
pre-alpha and then simply keep updating... you will get a 14.04. I've
varied off as I've been asked to test things and wanted to test things.
What we need, at this stage of the Release Candidate (Thursday) is that
people actually install it. The clock is ticking. Getting lubuntu 14.04 is
needed, I can only build a non-pae version from an official version. We do
have a meeting on IRC with the boss attending..
On 9 April 2014 19:24, Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2014-04-09 17:44, Phill Whiteside skrev:
> > Hi,
> > The non-pae version of lubuntu 14.04 is now available for testing.
> > Whilst it is a community release, it will be supported as an LTS. What
> > is now needed is for some people with non-pae machines to check it works
> > okay on actual hardware... There's only so much testing that can be done
> > using virtual machines. Head over to http://phillw.net/isos/non-pae/
> > to grab the ISO. The plan is to have it shadow lubuntu releases (i.e.
> > 14.04.1, 14.04.2 etc).
> > Regards,
> > Phill.
> > --
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/phillw
> Hi Phill,
> I'm looking forward to testing it!
> What about the previous kernel? How much is actually different?
> And what about the whole Lubuntu beta 2 versus beta 1? Can we expect
> that it is 'continuously updatable/upgradable'?
> Best regards
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