A second, and final, Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot beta has been served up, favoring portable computing and slipping an old virtualization face back into the pack. The beta adds OneConf to the Ubuntu Software Center to synchronize applications between different devices. The idea is you could so something like change between working on …
I think that I will wait for 12.04 before going over to Unity. Meanwhile, 10.10 64bit runs sweetly on this laptop.
That last update sorted my Nvidia Twinscreen issues - Sweet!
Xen support is not intentional
Linux Kernel 3 has Xen support built in by default ... It's hard to remove it :)
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