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Re: Prepare UDS for Natty
I can discuss with you what back up solutions I have found, just drop me a
note. I did discuss backing up during the early part of the 10.10 cycle.
On 23 October 2010 16:29, Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sun, 17 Oct 2010 18:04:05 -0400
> Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Thu, 14 Oct 2010 11:20:50 +0100
> > Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Discuss Backup solution (
> > > Backups? :P
> > > Plenty to go at. A simple point-and-click solution is the obvious way
> to go.
> > Not a priority, but if there is a good lightweight solution, it could be
> As a member of the 'Must do a backup tomorrow society' :) it is something
> I’ll have to have a look at.
> > > Discuss CD/DVD Burn choice : Xfburn (xfce depends + hal) or Brasero
> (gnome depends but no hal) or something else ?
> > > Any thing HAL free as there seems to be no point in having HAL for just
> one program, could even be built into PcManFM
> > The "Any thing HAL free" is actually limited to Brasero, I didn't find
> another good CD burner without HAL.
> TBH all my CD/DVD burning is done with k3b as this just seams to be the
> most reliable.
> > > I would like to see some discussion of the minimum, REALISTIC hardware
> > It depends of the use, and sometimes the state of your hardware. It's not
> really easy to set an universal requierement, only experiments can help in
> this case.
> I was thinking more of the installation but now we have an alternate
> installer this is really a problem.
> > > Also a RSS reader might be nice, Liferea maybe.
> > Ubuntu didn't have one, and Liferea is not really lightweight. Like
> Backup, if a good solution exist, why not.
> OK. Not a great problem for people to install if needed and I suppose
> there is probably some thing for Chromium that does this anyway.
> > > WBar, the launcher/dock thingy is rather nice and gives a modern feel
> to the desktop and may be worth considering.
> > Lxpanel is a component which will be very difficult to remove, unless you
> have very very good reasons and a good benchmark.
> People I’ve shown Lubuntu to with WBar running wrere rather impressed and I
> thought it might just provide something different from the crowd. I use it
> in conjunction with the panel, which I move to the top.
> NumLockX installed by default would be very useful. to me any way. I know
> there’s a problem with it at the moment but, hopefully it will be solved.
> I suppose the thing to do, really, is to try and get rid of some of the
> annoying bugs in the config area, like the LXRandR one mentioned earlier.
> Have fun in the USA :D
> Steve Cook (Yorvyk)
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