Monthly Archives: September 2005

Edubuntu Meeting Report

Here are the meeting notes from this week’s Edubuntu meeting held on September 28th: Mauricio Hernandez has volunteered to get a design for Edubuntu 5.10 CDs sorted out. Idea is to use children in a ring image and logo etc. We need a CD label and a CD sleeve/cover. Note that as we have no […]

Creation of the Desktop Team

Daniel Holbach announced today the creation of the Desktop Team with this message: Hi everybody, Nearly half a year we began the work on Breezy Badger and we wanted to create the breeziest, coolest Desktop environment there is. The release is very highly anticipated, people loved the preview and we will succeed: we’ll meet the […]

Unscheduled Server Outage

Some Ubuntu servers were offline for at least 6 1/2 hours on Sunday September 25th. This included both and, two servers used by many Ubuntites when doing package upgrades. The cause of the outage is still unknown. According to IRC logs obtained by The Fridge, the first reports of a problem started appearing […]

Juicy Server Sweetness

HowtoForge have published a very thorough guide to setting up Ubuntu 5.04 in an ISP environment. It covers basic server installation, and major ISP services such as web, mail, DNS, FTP, databases, quotas, secure authentication, firewalling and hosting management. Meanwhile, check out Edd Dumbill’s LDAP-tastic step-by-step guide to LDAP authentication and management for UNIX and […]