|scv||umm it's good for a java-free box|
|holycow||and don't understand that everything is a style|
it make s ahuge difference in experience
|rlj||cause it won't be a lot of pain disabling services like X on startup, no? (using 6.10 on upstart)|
|holycow||to learn oo one really needs a mentor, its very advanced|
|rlj||on a normal boot, i prolly only want it to monitor a UPS and do file serving. no need to launch X|
|osfameron||2.0 was a quantum leap up from 1.0. Maybe 3.0 will actually be usable and not crash all the time.|
|holycow||mneptok, indeed, just adding info for anyone that might not be aware *nod*|
you must use it on windows
|pseudoroot||I couldn't get Base to work well in windows though. (Version 1.x or 2 beta?? haven't tried lately)|
|holycow||yeah base isn't ready for general use, it probably shouldnt' of been released but its good to get it tested|
someone know pureftpd?
|idefix||is it better than the other clients?|
do you know it?
|pseudoroot||ftp is unsecure! lol ;)|
|holycow||pureftpd is a server btw|
|mneptok||pi_: i hate to do it, but rather than answer i'll ask why no sftp/scp.|
|pi_||I need to manage a lot of virtual users|
|bravelion||how can i recover some files that have been written over?|
written over by the same programe
|rlj||my net just died. but are there any problems just removing ooo after a stock ubuntu desktop 6.10 install? or does it pull a lot of unwanted libs which can be hard to track down?|
|mneptok||pi_: ldap + ssh ;)|
rlj: never tried. but the package system shouldn't allow that.
(note i did not say "won't")
|rlj||mneptok: what do you mean? as long as it gets tp take away ubuntu-desktop as well, it shouldn't complain about removing ooo etc?|
|pi_||I've a made a webinterface to manage the users, and all works fine on a server but not on another server, I don't wont to change everythings|
|mojo||i used to be afraid to remove stuff that wanted to remove ubuntu-desktop until i started to understand what meta-package meant|
|rlj||i wish there was a nice way for apt to know about libs not needed by installed packages anymore. so it could at least offer to delete them|
|steven43126||anyone had ubuntu running on a HP proliant ML350 G5 ?|
Hp says it's supported by debian sarge, ubuntu is based on debian would it be safe to assume ubuntu is also supported then ?