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  • Author: Christophe Sauthier Revision Date: 2010-02-25 00:18:07 UTC * New upstream version (LP:#522656) - Fixed bug #599257: Set pkgconfig file to same libdir as other code - Fixed bug #599839: Added CopyToClipboard action evolution module. - Fixed bug #555713: Unescape HTML entities in Google Search and Google Code Search module. - Select first item when displaying all actions
  • Natty was delivered in April 2011 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It was designated 11.04.
  • Karmic was delivered in October 2009 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It was designated 9.10.
  • - Depend on Pessulus - Added manual - Fixed several crasher bugs - Added apply by group - Symlinks now saved in zipfile * debian - Updated deps in control - removed sabayon.8, sabayon-apply.8, install.manpages (upstream man)
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  • Hardy was delivered in April 2008 on the normal six-month Ubuntu cycle. It was designated 8.04 LTS. There were scheduled point release (8.04.1 to 8.04.4) about three months after the initial release and at six-month intervals thereafter. For this LTS, Canonical validated Hardy against a full portfolio of servers from major vendors, as well as running a certification program for ISVs.
  • You might try looking into sabayon. It is a profile editor for Gnome and I *think* it might work with LTSP. You can get some control via pessulus, the gconf lockdown tool.
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  • Summary. The GNOME bug database and tracking system. It is used to track bug reports and requests for enhancements for the GNOME Desktop, and related software such as GTK+.
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  • pessulus, sabayon and all the other admin task. But, I think superuser mode nautilus must not exists at all. On 6/11/06, Dennis Kaarsemaker <email address hidden> wrote: > > A simple 'superuser mode' to edit files would be an action in > nautilus-actions that says sudo gnome-open %u (Dunno if %u is correct, > but you get the idea) > > --
  • Baltix is a complete user-friendly GNU/Linux operating system for the people from the Baltic region. Supported languages are Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Russian, English, Polish, Norwegian and other around Baltic region. Main language is Lithuanian (at least for now). Baltix goals are described in bug #29194 (Lietuviškai/in Lithuanian language) and bug #1 (in English).
  • The gnome-utils, gcalctool and other packages, assigned to this bug, are perfectly useful in lots of desktop environments, like Enlightenment, XFCE, Window-Maker, LXDE, however, they are set to only be displayed in Gnome or XFCE. /usr/share/applications/*.desktop files in these packages (for example gcalctool.desktop, gnome-search-tool.desktop, baobab.desktop, gnome-system-log.desktop, gnome ...
  • * Lockdown Editor (Package pessulus) is a "family" friendly tool (sitting on System->Administration->Lockdown Editor when pessulus is installed) which allows to configure "disable Lock Screen" in gnome screensaver (beside others user interface configurations). This is much more intuitive for the "family" than digging into gconf stuff.
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