[ubuntu-uk] Karmic Koala (9.10) Upgrade - Was: 9.04: Is the (newish) GNOME logout menu controllable by keyboard?
hrickards at l33tmyst.com
Mon May 4 15:34:34 BST 2009
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Daniel Rhodes-Mumby wrote:
> On Mon, 04 May 2009 13:08:13 +0100, Harry Rickards <hrickards at l33tmyst.com> wrote:
> Daniel Rhodes-Mumby wrote:
>>>> On my box running Karmic here, you can press Ctrl-Alt-Del to popup a
>>>> menu, although it doesn't offer an option to logout or switch users.
>>>> I'm pretty sure the shortcut was in Jaunty and Intrepid as well.
> Where did you get that from? I'd love to test it, but the Release
> Schedule say's it's not even at Alpha 1 yet. Did you just change jaunty
> to karmic in sources.list? Thanks
> That was pretty much it, yes, and as an aside this is one area where it
> really helps to make proper use of sources.list.d/ as well - it's far
> easier to simply sed the sources.list and not have to worry about
> changing PPAs back to the right version.
> I've got some minor dependency breakage, as always happens in a develop-
> ment release, and there aren't any noticeable changes yet. It's nice to
> be at the bleeding edge of things though - and with AS module exams in
> only a couple of weeks, and half a year's worth of politics and physics
> notes on this laptop, 'bleeding' could well be appropriate should some-
> thing break!
I agree, I like running unstable stuff. I've upgraded to Karmic Koala,
but I didn't have any dependency breakage, so I'm either very lucky or
don't have many packages installed compared to everyone else.
Does anyone know if it's possible to have the entry's in sources.list
always be for the unstable version of Ubuntu? For example, in Debian I
could have unstable as the version which would download Sid, or testing
which would be squeeze. Thanks.
Harry Rickards (a.k.a l33tmyst)
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