Archive for April, 2007
What have we done to get this? A whole 31 days of Blogs? Now after this is posted 32 blog posts? Yahoo we did it. thank you to all who read this blog except the nasty amir siddiqui. I have had postive and some negative feed back. (Negative feed back coming from so called “Mr Amir Siddiqui” saying that i made false comments, which infact to my standards were true.)
Well I have to say: ON TO MONTH 2!
These people are enthusiastic windows people looking for a way into Linux Servers. They said that they could do that from a windows or Linux computer. I said its called SSH and they said that they could find the username and password of that server. I think they put the username and password out on their website: http://www.aspern3t.ca though as i try to be nice they have been saying that they would hack my server to shut down all the websites that I run.
So you people that are trying to break into systems: “Stop doing it, we do not appreciate this kind of crap that windows users do to make Linux sound bad.”
Gutsy Gibbon open for general development, if anyone wants to start developing with ubuntu I suggest that you read this announcement:
With Ubuntu 7.04, previously known as the Feisty Fawn, safely out the
door we can now turn our attention to the next release codenamed Gutsy
Gibbon. The toolchain is now bootstrapped and we are ready for
We are in the first and crazy phase of the development cycle where the
goal is to get everything synced up with newer versions, both from
upstream and from Debian, so ladies and gentlemen: upload away.
For Gutsy, the general theme is Quality and Improvement. This means,
we are not so much looking for new and experimental features, but
rather in stabilising and polishing off our current set of features.
The next Ubuntu Developer Summit is quickly approaching and will this
time be held in Sevilla, Spain from May 6th to May 11th. We are
trying yet another way to schedule BOFs by having a core schedule
which is done by hand and auto-scheduling all the smaller spin-off
ideas that everybody get during the summit. This should help us get
through both the big and important discussions as well making sure
smaller topics get covered.
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it’s just picky about who its friends are
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End of ubuntu-devel-announce Digest, Vol 18, Issue 11
Hello again. I have been having abit more trouble with Feisty. I cannot log into the Cisco Netacademy with Feisty. I have had this trouble since the start of the Feisty Beta and I cannot seem to fix it. if you can help leave your comments in the comment box, please remember this is not a mouth off to people who like or do not like linux, it is for helping people who use feisty to get help and to go to my forum with there answers. thank you.
I have been the Network Technician, Linux Enthusiast, Computer Upgrader, and the only one computer literate in my Family. Plus I am only 16!
So it begins:
On Saturday the internet is down or is really s l o w …… if you get what i mean. so I was going to browse My other website and when I typed in to the address bar, the router login came up…. I was so disbelieving that i went on to this website… there again was the router login! I went to my dad who works on the Home Office here and asked what he did to the router, this is what he said, “I restarted the router.” then it hit me, my Networking teacher had said that the grade 12s’ had restarted the router and had made the room into a no internet zone! Thats when I made the discovery that I had to make a new login and password plus redo all the other stuff for my server (which runs Ubuntu LAMP.) I then did that with a little help with Tom and we got the whole server and internet working again. Since yesterday and could have been Friday as well that you probably could not have come to see the blogs, as I haven’t been able to write a blog since Friday Morning.
So I end this by saying, “DO NOT RESTART YOUR ROUTER!”
Thats a rap!
UPDATE FOR 2007/04/17 Tuesday: Ubuntu RC Released! POST
it did update the packages and the RC was the final Release.
the feisty release of both the alternate and the Live cd and both together had only taken >29 minutes to download.
if you are wanting the alternate and live cd or one or the other just go here it also has secureable from the founder of http://www.grc.com Steve Gibson. by the way it also has the beta alternate also.