I m on Ubuntu 12.04 and i get shown some packages from main are unsupported since October after running ubuntu-support-status. Why is this, since main will get support til 2017?! It states that - as an example - libenca0 - is only supported for 18 months although it sits in main? Is this a bug?
There's an issue with an Alpha/Beta Release of Ubuntu, what should I do?
Currently, I can see them in the software center, but they say its not supported for my version of Ubuntu. Now, I know 12.10 is just in Beta, but I see no reason why they would not be supported. Is there one?
Is the default setting for such packages to say they are not supported?
I bought a Dell XPS 15 (l502x) and i always have some problems with drivers and such. And every Dell that i have tried i have problems with Graphics card and such. So i just wanna know if there are any list online that i can look at so i know which laptop i can buy next time i buy a PC, because i really want Ubuntu on it.
This might not be the right place but I have a wireless question / hardware question. I have looked at the wiki for supported cards but nothing mentions pci-express cards... does any one know a slimline pci-express x1 card that works with ubuntu decent... I bought 2 slimline machines and got a Windows refund and now with that money need 2 wireless cards that work with ubuntu.
I have an hp pavilion dv7 with a Radeon HD4200 graphic card. When I try to upgrade i get this message -Your graphics hardware may not be fully supported in Ubuntu 12.10.
Running the 'unity' desktop environment is not fully supported by your graphics hardware. You will maybe end up in a very slow environment after the upgrade. Our advice is to keep the LTS version for now.