Feisty has already taken the cake in my world...
imnotb at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 15:04:59 UTC 2007
On 30/03/07, Adam Miller <maxamillion at gmail.com> wrote:
> If I "preserved" anything I didn't try to .... I just edited my
> sources.list and dist-upgraded
Oh, of course, you didn't do a fresh install ;-)
Then I'm afraid I'm clueless as to what the cause is...
Also, zero problems with X on my end and this machine is running dual
> monitors (not sure if that even matters)
> On 3/30/07, Vincent <imnotb at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 30/03/07, Adam Miller < maxamillion at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I am proud to say I finally made the time for an upgrade to feisty
> > > (only on my work machine for now) and just wanted to report that after
> > > getting everything upgraded from edgy and resolving dependencies (from non
> > > official repository installed apps that aptitude didn't like because i
> > > deleted the repository they came from) I can honestly say that Feisty
> > > covered my only complaint from both the Dapper and Edgy install: The usplash
> > > works on AMD64.... I know its a small complaint but I just felt it would be
> > > confusing for some users to go from a grub menu to a blank screen and was
> > > very glad it was fixed in Feisty.
> > Great news!
> > One thing I found to be strange was that once I performed the upgrade I
> > > went from the standard theme for Edgy (Clearlooks) to what the theme manager
> > > still claimed to be clearlooks but ended up looking like this:
> > > http://swooh.kicks-ass.org/~adam/feistyB1_wtf.png<http://swooh.kicks-ass.org/%7Eadam/feistyB1_wtf.png>(note: I changed the panel layout, my only concern is the gtk theme) ... it
> > > also took away Tango as the default icon theme, though it is a minor issue
> > > and I actually customized it to something i ended up really liking, i can
> > > see this as being a potential issue with some users.
> > Did you preserve your /home partition or something? I had this too but
> > that was because the theme I used during Edgy was not installed of course on
> > a clean Feisty install.
> > Also, I'm a bit reluctant as for upgrading the xserver, so I'm holding
> > that back now every time there is an update, as it has already crashed on me
> > twice.
> > -Adam
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