[ubuntu-in] need help for booting/opening

Ritesh Sinha sinha.k.ritesh at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 09:34:09 BST 2009


Hello,

8.04 is a long term stable release, it is good if you're facing issues
with certain types of hardware eg. Intel video cards. Jaunty has a lot
of new features and new versions of software compared to 8.04 and is
the new long term release.

If you can live with slightly older versions of software in lieu of
stability with your hardware setup then I would recommend 8.04.
Otherwise Jaunty is fine.

Regards,
Ritesh

On 8/24/09, sivakumar bharadhwaj <jeyendrasiva at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sir,
>
> Thanks for the reply.
>
> I forgot that writing in CAPS is shouting loudly.  But, i request you to
> take this in the spirit that I was shouting out in Joy.
>
> I will try to reinstall the ubuntu.
>
> and someone said that 8.04 LTS is good (than Jaunty !!!).  Is it so ???.
>
> thanks once again,
>
> sivakumar
>
> On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 1:50 PM, Ninad Pundalik
> <ninadsp16289 at gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Hi Sivakumar,
>>
>> > I THANK WITH MY FULL HEART FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE MADE THIS 'LIVE CD'
>> > stuff.
>>
>> First of all, good to know that you like Ubuntu a lot, and more
>> importantly, that you love to experiment with softwares/OS's on your
>> computer.
>>
>> As has been pointed above, there is most probably an error in the
>> configuration file for your GRUB (the bootloader in Linux).  You can
>> pop in a live cd, and fix grub/repair the config file, after checking
>> out the tutorials on the net.  In case repairing the menu.lst file
>> does not work, I might recommend re-installing grub.  Just remember
>> that grub is a double edged sword... damn powerful, but at the same
>> time can wreack havoc with partitions. So tread carefully :)  Feel
>> free to post back with any further problems.
>>
>> As a side note, writing in CAPS is considered to be shouting, and some
>> people in the mailing list can feel offended.  We do know that you are
>> new here, so maybe you could have a look at this once:
>> http://www.ubuntu.com/support/community/mailinglists/etiquette
>>
>> Happy experimenting :)
>>
>> Ninad S. Pundalik
>> http://ninadpundalik.co.cc/blog
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