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Re: OBI 2.2 released
that's really good to hear. As I don't often get to cc everyone I'd like to
add little information. I've had a respin of 13.10 made, which we are using
for non-pae. I've got confirmation that the kind guy who made us that
kernel will continue to help, but I've also gotten some one who is prepared
to help out on the actual 'learning' and get some instructions written up
The 14.04 non-pae kernel is going to happen. So, for any team, any
flavour, we are taking on quite a large responsibility... will we support
the 14.04 LTS non-pae kernel? Having the retired head and creator
ubuntu-beginners team on side.... You'd better believe it!
FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION.
On 12 January 2014 21:07, Andre Rodovalho <andre.rodovalho@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Good news!
> 2014/1/12 Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Hi everybody,
>> In order to make it more convenient to use the advanced OBI level
>> (introduced in version 1.2), there is now version 2.2.
>> A. Version 2.0: The underlying operating system is upgraded to Ubuntu
>> version 13.10
>> B. Version 2.1: Lubuntu-desktop is installed and tweaked to create a
>> graphical desktop environment with desktop icons for the main tasks
>> during installation with the One Button Installer.
>> 0. Toggle the touchpad (to prevent accidents with laptops and notebooks
>> because the palm is touching the touchpad and causing unwanted commands).
>> 1. Run Gparted to edit the partitions (preparing for the advanced OBI
>> 2. Run the OBI in a normal lxterminal window
>> 3. Run the OBI in a maximized xterm window with high resolution, in
>> other words with more lines and columns
>> C. Version 2.2 is released. It has the same features as 2.1 plus a few
>> bug-fixes. The pdf documents of the version 1.2 are also updated for the
>> usage of version 2.2.
>> A USB 3 pendrive with at least 8 GB is recommended for the graphical
>> desktop environment. But there is also a flavour of version 2.2 with a
>> text desktop environment, which is suitable for very old computers. A 4
>> GB pendrive is big enough for the text version.
>> See this link
>> Best regards
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