[ubuntu-uk] ac100 lubuntu

Phill Whiteside PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Fri Oct 18 16:47:42 UTC 2013


just make sure he does not bork it.

Since the new release of 13.10 I have one problem: my netbook AC100 Toshiba
> does not connect to any wifi anymore. The ssid is displayed but it just
> won't connect. Is there a workaround?

As the system was not tested, I flagged it as 'NO GO' for release, but it
has been. If your friend has a spare card that he can flash then do ask him
to test. I'd hate to have another person with a broken system of which I
have no idea how to fix :( If he does get around it, I'd be delighted to be
able to reply to the guy with the problem.



On 18 October 2013 17:01, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 17 October 2013 02:48, Phill Whiteside <PhillW at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > It looks like the little critter
> >
> > Lubuntu Desktop Preinstalled armhf+ac100
> >
> > when the ubuntu arm stuff got too large to be of real use on the ac100
> (it
> > has limit for what it can store / use) the, then. arm team asked if they
> > could throw lubuntu onto it instead of ubuntu. The answer was yes, on the
> > proviso that they tested it, as no one on lubuntu team has such hardware.
> > all was well until the arm team as it was dissolved. If there is no
> tester
> > and no one interested; it can be killed off as an orphan option and save
> the
> > cd.builder cpu time keep building it.
> OK, I've contacted the chap and he is up for this. :¬)
> So I will try to arrange to do this ASAP and report back - unless
> there are special steps you'd like me to take?
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