After updating to Intrepid Ibex, I can no longer hibernate my computer. It works but you have to change the suspend mechanism used by ubuntu.When I try to (from the menu or by closing the lid,) the Gnome desktop goes away and all you see is a a blinking cursor and nothing happens. 1) apt-get a package called hibernate 2) On current jaunty I had to untag in /etc/hibernate/"USuspend Ram Force yes" option.After all the packages are downloaded the installation starts.After the installation completes the cleaning up operation is executed.There are tweaks to the system everywhere, and as I write this, I am wondering how many more performance increases I am going to notice.That aside, in my opinion, anyone with concerns about updating from Hardy, should not have any.It takes alot of the headaches of running Linux away from the user and all the people I have introduced it to have said the same thing.
You should opt for upgrade using Alternate CD if you plan to upgrade multiple computers as you don’t have to update the entire distribution again and thereby saving you Internet bandwidth.
Brasero 0.8.2 is here as well to provide all your CD/DVD writing needs, I am currently a user of 0.7.1 and I have nothing but praise for this functional, fast and most importantly RELIABLE piece of DVD writing software.
In my opinion you need to look no further than this package.
First download the Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope alternate CD from here and burn the ISO file that you to a CD.
To trigger the upgrade process launch the Terminal using Alt F2 and enter the following command: The above command will trigger the update process and Ubuntu will ask to include the latest update, you have the choice to accept or reject.