snowpine wrote:I think the Ubuntu LTS release (12.04) with a lightweight desktop, or a Debian derivative with a lightweight desktop (such as CrunchBang, AntiX, or Debian itself) would be a good alternative to the 6-month Ubuntu "point" releases.More good advice. Thanks. I think I am going to go with 12.04 Ubuntu, if I can figure out how to ditch Unity for a lightweight deskto
snowpine wrote:linux expert=16.8 million hitsRather, my understanding of how quotes work in Google is they specify the words must appear in that specific order.So a search for snowpine is a linux expert (without the quotes) would return a page containing "snowpine is definitely not a linux expert" whereas a search for "snowpine is a linux expert" would not, since the words are
Just want to make sure I understand this correctly. Wheezy is Debian testing, so if you have the "testing" repo in your sources.list file, you will track the rolling release of Wheezy as all the updates come through during the development process. Unless you change your sources to "wheezy", after the release of Wheezy, you'll then continue to track the next testing.
I understand that having "wheezy" in apt.sources means "testing" now (though frozen) and then "stable" one Wheezy goes stable. To keep a "rolling" release, "wheezy" can be changed to "testing" so that it does not go "stable"."testing" is now frozen, so at this point, wheezy = testing?
I currently have a JB ROM on the phone but I would like to go back to stock so and accept the official updates. I followed the instructions from the "Return to stock" thread but it won't let me do system updates. Is there a way to get to the current Samsung official ROM? Thanks.
Hello People who have purchased the Casio Smartphone!
I would like to think that this is the official thread on bootanimations and uploading your custom bootanimation!
"But Willster419, we have a weird bootanimation system in the framework-res.apk file!"
NOT ANYMORE! I have been able to make the Commando "bootanimation.zip" compatible!