Bug in 13.04.
tim at feathertop.org
Tue Jul 9 23:15:14 UTC 2013
On 09/07/13 23:36, shemrana1 at gmail.com wrote:
> Ever since I install Ubuntu 13.04, I am always into bug and debugging. Now after partial upgrade, my cairo dock desktop doesnot work, my ubuntu software center and my modem is no longer working despite that it worked before on 12.04
> Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone provided by Airtel Nigeria.
You probably broke your system by doing a partial upgrade. Partial upgrades should probably not happen on stable release unless it was caused by
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> 1. [Important Updates] Start Ubuntu Project (Ali Linx (amjjawad))
> 2. Re: Ubuntu GNOME logo design (Alfredo Hern?ndez)
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> Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2013 21:25:27 +0400
> From: "Ali Linx (amjjawad)" <amjjawad at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Important Updates] Start Ubuntu Project
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> I'm sorry to tell you that I have officially resigned from Lubuntu Team,
> starting yesterday - My Wiki Page is updated:
> Since I have started this project, and it is not yet done, and because I
> hate to start something and leave it without finishing it, not to mention
> how much I was willing to do nothing but this project, I think I will help
> with it BUT I may NOT take the lead - I'm not sure yet, everything is very
> fuzzy right now.
> Also, one of my future plans is to start another project, which is actually
> the advance phase of Start Ubuntu. This new project is called Start Linux.
> Since the very beginning when I wrote the first draft of Start Ubuntu, I
> had a vision/plan to carry on with this project beyond Ubuntu and its
> Resigning from Lubuntu Team does not mean at all that I will not use
> Lubuntu, Ubuntu, nor any other variants for good. I have resigned from my
> roles and positions, that is all :)
> Just give me few days until I finalize my plans/ideas.
> Those who are interested in this project, please do sign up on the Wiki
> I will keep you updated.
> Thank you for everyone who replied my first email I sent earlier. I did not
> get the chance to go through all the replies but hopefully, I can do that
> This Project must carry on and see the light. I won't fade away. If you
> need my help, I will be around.
> Please, don't let this project dies. Please, have faith that we can do it.
> I'm sure we can. It is not hard at all. Linux has changed my real life so I
> can imagine it could at least change someone's else life too. Let's work
> together to achieve our goal.
> Microsoft Windows is not a very bad system. It is the Company behind it. If
> they do have little bit of appreciation to all those Windows XP Users who
> have been using Windows XP for 10 years or more now, they would, at least,
> tell them there is another alternative which is called Linux. We all know,
> they do care about money, and nothing else.
> Anyway, if there is anything you would like to ask, contact me directly if
> you like. Reply this email, whatever you like. I will do my best to be
> around. Well, since I have no more tough and hard responsibilities with
> Lubuntu Team, I guess I will have some time for this :)
> Let's do it.
> Thank you!
> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 9:18 PM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Dear members and users of Ubuntu and all its flavors,
>> May I introduce myself?
>> May name is Ali (AKA Ali Linx and/or amjjawad) and I'm a Team Leader in
>> Lubuntu Team - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/
>> I'd like to introduce a project that has been started since March, 2013
>> but I did not get the time to send it to all of you, plus, it was on the
>> early stages. Now, I think this step is important as everyone needs to be
>> involved, IMHO :)
>> On the above link/Wiki Page, you will find all the details that you need
>> to know as of now.
>> Regardless of the technical details of this project, myself and my team
>> (Lubuntu) think it is better that all the teams need to be involved. This
>> project has two major advantage.
>> 1- Provide a very good alternative for Windows XP Users.
>> 2- Spread the word of Ubuntu and all its flavor.
>> Personally, whenever I want to start a project, I try to play on many
>> different lines. So, the big target is to reach Windows XP Users but at the
>> very same time, it will be a great way to spread the word even to those who
>> are using other versions of Windows like 7 and 8 :)
>> It is time to reach to more people. It is the time to spread the word of
>> Linux. It is time to show our real strength.
>> Yes, we can do it. No doubt about that.
>> If you are interested, you can find all the details here:
>> Also, please, feel free to contact me :)
>> By the way, just to keep you up-to-date just in case you missed that. The
>> Council of Munich City in Germany is planning to distribute 2000 CDs of
>> Lubuntu to the people of Munich.
>> The French Government has started to use Ubuntu on their Police Station.
>> The Spanish Government is planning to do the same.
>> All these good news should motivate us to do more and give more so let's
>> have some fun, shall we?
>> Thank you so much!
>> "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
>> *Best Regards,*
>> *amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/>*
>> *Start Ubuntu<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/CommunicationsTeam/WOWLubuntu/StartUbuntu>
>> *My Own Business <http://alilinx.blogspot.com/>*
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