[Madlug] Ubuntu 9.1 rollback to 9.04

Conor Klecker conor.klecker at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 21:08:18 GMT 2010

Yes it helps, it is what I figured just hoped there was a magic way I didn't
know about. Thanks Anthony

On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 2:57 PM, Anthony Hook <anthony.hook3 at gmail.com>wrote:

> There is no way to 'roll back' an install of Ubuntu from 9.10 to 9.04,
> you'd have to reinstall 9.04.  It does make the process a lot easier if you
> have your /home on a separate partition (it's just a matter of reinstalling
> and having it use that same /home partition *without formatting* when you go
> through the install process by doing 'Advanced Partitioning') and wiping
> your previous / partition.
> There may be a way to use that driver with 9.10, but I'm not familiar with
> it.  Consider checking the IRC channel #ubuntu on freenode, let me know if
> you aren't familiar with IRC.
> I hope this helps,
> - Anthony Hook
> On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 2:50 PM, Conor Klecker <conor.klecker at gmail.com>wrote:
>> So I picked up an old HP (AMD 3200 x64, 2 GB ram) with integrated ATI
>> video (Radeon Xpress 200, 9600 chip) I set it up with two 500GB sata drives
>> in raid0 and have been very happy with it except the video. ATI recently
>> sent out an update to its Linux drivers, but my video card is now in Legacy
>> Driver Support Structure. Only available in ATI Catalyst 9.3. So I am
>> wondering if there is a way I can roll back to 9.04 without wiping my
>> drives.
>> I did read about rolling just xorg back to use 9.04 and then I can use ATI
>> 9.3 catalyst driver but keep the rest of 9.1 intact. Anyone have success
>> with something like this?
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