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now beta testing Ubuntu 10.04 (lucid lynx)

I’ve started testing Ubuntu 10.04 beta 1, the server edition on an older model Dell Poweredge, as well as the desktop edition on my Dell Inspiron laptop. So far, so good. The fresh install onto an ext4 file system was simple and efficient. For those of you who aren’t willing to “fresh” install it, I’d wait for the final release as the hacked together aptitude repository upgrades plastered all over the internet failed miserably.

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