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[7 Jun 2009 | 12 Comments | 2,133 views]

Now that you have Ubuntu 9.04 installed, we are going to add all the basic programs, codecs, and customizations that you may need on Ubuntu.
Your new install probably has some services running that you don’t need. Let’s remove those to free up some system resources. To do this select System > Administration > Services. Unlock the services tab by entering your password. Then remove the services you do not need.

Planet Ubuntu, Ubuntu Tutorials »

[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | 559 views]

We are going to go over how to install Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope onto your computer.
1. Creating bootable media
Download the software and create in installation disk. You can download Ubuntu 9.04 from http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download After downloading Ubuntu, create an install CD.

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[28 Apr 2009 | One Comment | 213 views]

Last week Ubuntu released Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope. This article will cover how to upgrade your server from Ubuntu 8.10 to Ubuntu 9.04.
1. Update your package list
# sudo aptitude update
2. Install the upgrade manager
# sudo aptitude install update-manager-core -y

Planet Ubuntu, Ubuntu Tutorials »

[24 Apr 2009 | 7 Comments | 624 views]

A change to the Update Manager in Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) makes it to where you are no longer notified about software updates in the system tray on a daily basis. In Ubuntu 8.10 you were notified on a daily basis of any software updates. In 9.04 you will be notified on a daily basis if there are security updates, however, you will only be notified on a weekly basis for non security updates.
Ubuntu 9.04 introduces a change to the handling of package updates, launching update-manager directly instead of displaying …

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[20 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | 265 views]

The Alpha 2 release of Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) was released yesterday. Alpha 2 comes available as a Live CD, allowing you to use 9.04 without having to install it. Jaunty includes new versions of X.org Server (1.6) and a new linux kernel (2.6.28). If you plan on installing Alpha 2, please keep in mind that this is not intended for use on a production system. Please check out this list of Known Issues and if you find any bugs please report them to the Bug Tracker.

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[3 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 144 views]

Ubuntu has reciently announced the release schedule for the new version of Ubuntu (9.04) due in April of 2009. As I mentioned previously, Mark Shuttleworth has identified 3 major goals of Jaunty. Those goals being faster boot times, weblications, and full integration with Bazaar. The schedule is as follows:
November 20, 2008 » Alpha 1 Release
December 18, 2008 » Alpha 2 Release
January 15, 2009 » Alpha 3 Release
February 5, 2009 » Alpha 4 Release
February 26, 2009 » Alpha 5 Release
March 12, 2009 » Alpha 6 Release
March 26, 2009 » Beta Release
April …