Ubuntu 8.04 on 1505n
tom at haddons.net
Mon Apr 28 10:14:06 CDT 2008
On Mon, 2008-04-28 at 10:57 -0400, Art Alexion wrote:
> If there is a 7.10 install that includes the proprietary drivers, but
> not an 8.04, I would install 7.10 and then do a dist-upgrade to 8.04.
> That way you get the drivers and the new distro version.
> If you haven't done it before,
> 1. Install 7.10
> 2. Edit /etc/apt/sources.list
> 3. comment out any references to the 7.10 CD
> 4. replace every other reference to 'gutsy' with 'hardy'
> 5. save
> 6. sudo aptitude update
> 7. sudo aptitude dist-upgrade
Instead run "update-manager -d", or just use the update distro button
from within the package manager itself:
This has more details, but this is the preferred way of doing things
rather than messing with apt sources directly - and this way is known to
be a fair amount smarter as well...
> If all goes well, you should then have 8.04 installed with the
> proprietary drivers.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jose_De_La_Rosa at dell.com <Jose_De_La_Rosa at dell.com>
> To: glenn.e.williams at gmail.com <glenn.e.williams at gmail.com>,
> linux-desktops at lists.us.dell.com <linux-desktops at lists.us.dell.com>
> Subject: RE: Ubuntu 8.04 on 1505n
> Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 10:43:53 -0400
> You can use the 7.10 image for the 1420n, as it most closely resembles
> what’s on the 1505n (in fact, it will be identical), just choose the
> image according to your video card (Intel or Nvidia). I can’t comment
> for 8.04, but you can check
> http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/Ubuntu_8.04 for any future updates.
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