sfreilly at roadrunner.com
Thu Oct 30 00:46:14 UTC 2008
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Karl Larsen wrote:
>> And, as I'm getting tired of pointing out, you _don't_ have to use the new
>> kernel. If your old kernel is working, and the new one isn't, the install
>> always leaves the previous kernel installed anyway. So boot into that, and
>> then see how you like the new Ubuntu...
> Not on a new loaded system. Just one kernel.
you can install an older kernel anytime you want, though that wont fix
the problem either. isnt the reason why the drivers dont work because
of a newer xorg version?
"Any people anywhere, being inclined, and having the power, have the
right to rise up and shake off the existing government, and form a new
one that suits them better." Abraham Lincoln 1848
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