{UPDATE}[RELEASE] Ubuntu Samiux Remix 10.04 Release 3.3

本帖最後由 samiux 於 2010-5-18 15:23 編輯

Ubuntu Samiux Remix (USR) Release 3.3 (r3.3) will handle Broadcom BCM43xx and Intel 5100 wireless card automatically.  

Since there is a bug in Intel 5100 wireless card driver in the current Kernel, the connection speed will be locked to IEEE 802.11g only until the bug is fixed.

Meanwhile, updates and security patches were also applied to this release.

Status (usr 10.04 r3.3) : stable; urgency=medium

Download here.

唔知去到 10.04 佢攪掂左 intel hd-audio 問題未呢??? 我依家用緊 9.04,記得以前set 佢個 audio 真係整到想喊咁濟,要上網括一大輪先攪得掂(我係用 intel 原裝 dg43gt 底板),default 裝完後雖然佢係裝到個 audio driver 但係會冇聲。9.10 我冇裝,因為我怕個問題仲未攪掂,諗住等佢出 LTS 版本,個問題如果攪掂先裝。

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唔知去到 10.04 佢攪掂左 intel hd-audio 問題未呢??? 我依家用緊 9.04,記得以前set 佢個 audio 真係整到 ...
gahqm 發表於 2010-5-6 22:24


You can try Ubuntu Samiux Remix Live DVD or USB to test.  Please report any bug, thanks.

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另外 samiux 兄,今次 10.04係咪同 9.04 一樣,都係用 server kernel???(即係 32 bit 都可以用畫 4G ram)????

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另外 samiux 兄,今次 10.04係咪同 9.04 一樣,都係用 server kernel???(即係 32 bit 都可以用畫 4G ram)?? ...
gahqm 發表於 2010-5-6 22:42



No.  If you want to use more than 3GB RAM, I suggest to use 64-bit system.

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Ubuntu Samiux Remix Release 3.1 is released and it improved the Intel 5100 AGN wireless card handling.

Worth to update!  Details, please see the Post #1.

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回復 4# gahqm

you could rebuild the kernel with PAE/HIGHMEM to use more than 4GB ram on 32bit.
but still 64bit is recommended.
64bit on GNU/Linux is very sweet unlike Windows

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Sorry, I have a question.  I already installed RC2, how can I update to RC3.1?  Do I have to reinstall again?

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本帖最後由 samiux 於 2010-5-7 13:28 編輯
Sorry, I have a question.  I already installed RC2, how can I update to RC3.1?  Do I have to reinsta ...
Nuckerbay 發表於 2010-5-7 13:15


If you have backup all you data, you can reinstall it.

If your /home is in another partition, you can install the USR 10.04 r3.1 directly but NOT to touch (or format) /home.  Then, all your data will not be touched.  However, you need some skills for doing so.

My suggestion for partitioning :
/boot
/
/home
swap

P.S. /boot and / can be in the same partition as /.

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Thank you.  So that means it is better to manually partition the harddrive during install rather then using auto, right?

Your suggestion is have 3 different partitions:
A. /boot + /
B. /home
C. swap

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