This is the place to propose changes to the Base seed. Read SeedManagement before making a proposal.
- vbetool # mjg59
- Needed for ACPI suspend/resume
sysv-rc-conf / rcconf # TreyEarl
- Need some kind of simple tool for new users to turn on/off services.
- Perhaps better to do from GNOME? (simular to system-config-services on Fedora)
From andiibowsher Fri Jan 14 18:04:44 +0000 2005 From: andii bowsher Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 18:04:44 +0000 Subject: desktop Message-ID: <20050114180444+0000@https://www.ubuntulinux.org>
I'd like to add my voice to having gcm in the package: I miss klipper! It's one of the most productive tools I used. Beyond that -not been very up on the technicalities- how possible would it be to get SynCE added in, if not to the distribution, at least into the universe? It's great that evolution is palm-friendly but those of us who have ipaqs and the like [mitac mio in my case] are probably not an insubstantial client-base either [and if anyone then had an easy way to turn the thing into a linux handheld I'd be there!].
From CarlosFenollosa Tue Feb 15 15:11:54 +0000 2005 From: Carlos Fenollosa Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 15:11:54 +0000 Subject: Upgrading kernel, Nvidia and X Message-ID: <20050215151154+0000@https://www.ubuntulinux.org>
I noticed that when you upgrade (or update) the kernel, mainly because of some security issue, you need to reinstall the Nvidia drivers in order to load the X windows.
The average user wouldn't know how to do this, so maybe we could add some way to reinstall the nvidia driver when first rebooting into a new kernel
Maybe this could apply to ATI cards, but I don't own any of them.