[ubuntu-uk] A relatively quick £100 for anyone in London who can do this

Thomas Ibbotson thomas.ibbotson at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 16:57:28 GMT 2009

Rowan wrote:
> As I have explained, I have a brand new machine with ubuntu 
> pre-installed, which was assembled in the USA. A kernel update caused 
> the driver to become inoperable because it is not the default driver 
> expected by the update. I am trying to find someone in London who for a 
> fee of say £100 will undertake to recompile the driver, and also to 
> install the utility called DKMS, which is apparently able to monitor and 
> control these conflicts. Anyone in London who wants to earn a relatively 
> quick £100 is invited to contact me via this thread or by email:
> rowan.berkeley at gmail.com <mailto:rowan.berkeley at gmail.com>
I don't know if you're aware of the paid support from Canonical: 

and I also don't know whether it would be what you are looking for, but 
I thought I'd point it out. Obviously they won't send someone round to 
your house, but you get telephone and email support.


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