Ubuntu/Kubuntu on Mac G5.
lgrover at zoominternet.net
Sat Jan 21 14:56:37 UTC 2006
Brian Durant wrote:
> On 20. jan 2006, at 3.07, Larry Grover wrote:
>> Bugs should always be reported!
>> The new Ubuntu bug tracking page is at:
>> Before you file your bug, you should search to make sure the same
>> issue hasn't already been reported.
> Did a search, on G5 and didn't find anything relevant. Still not sure
> how to actually post a bug report, though. I have never posted a bug
> report anywhere before. It looks like I need to setup an account, but I
> am not sure what category this falls under.
Yes, you'll need to set up an account. I'd report it as a kernel bug.
> BTW, I just joined the YDL-newbie list and they were asking about my
> firmware version. I pointed out that I am running OS X Tiger (10.4.4)
> but I don't know how to find out how to confirm my firmware version. It
> would be best if I knew what version I have before I file a bug report,
> right? So, how do I confirm the firmware version that my G5 is using?
I'm not sure what "firmware" is supposed to mean. If it's the machine
model, then you can get it in linux by opening a terminal window and
running "cat /proc/cpuinfo"), or in OSX by clicking on the blue apple
(upper left corner), selecting "About this Mac", clicking on the "More
Info" button and then selecting "Hardware". My iBook is a PowerBook4,3
and my iMac is a PowerMac8,1.
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